Richard Martin (Irish politician)

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  1. Shevawn Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin 'King of Connemara' 1754-1834 (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1989), p 171
  2. 1 2 Phillips (2003) pp.87–93
  3. Tim Robinson (2007). Connemara: Listening to the Wind. Dick Martin Rules: Penguin UK. ISBN   9780141900711.
  4. On his ancestors see Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin pp xi-xviii
  5. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p 5.
  6. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p. 7. Also see J. A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses: a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge, from the earliest times to 1900 Part II from 1752 to 1900, Volume IV from Kahlenberg to Oyler (Cambridge: at the University Press, 1951), p 343
  7. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p 9.
  8. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses, p 343.
  9. Burke, Sir Bernhard (1912). Arthur Charles Fox-Davies (ed.). A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland. London: Harrison & Sons.
  10. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 23, 26, 150-151, 164-167, 216-217, 236-239, 241-249
  11. Phillips, Humanity Dick, pp 112, 132, 146-148, 151
  12. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p 250.
  13. Further discussion see Rob Boddice, A History of Attitudes and Behaviours Toward Animals in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Britain (Lewiston, New York; Queenston, Ontario; Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, 2008). Harriet Ritvo, The Animal Estate: The English and Other Creatures in the Victorian Age (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1987).
  14. See Kathryn Shevelow, For the Love of Animals: The Rise of the Animal Protection Movement (New York: Henry Holt, 2008), 201-222.
  15. Richard D. Ryder, Animal Revolution: Changing Attitudes Toward Speciesism Rev Ed (Oxford; New York: Berg, 2000), pp 79-80.
  16. Phillips, Humanity Dick, 139-140
  17. Edward G. Fairholme and Wellesley Pain, A Century of Work for Animals: The History of the RSPCA, 1824-1934 (London: John Murray, 1934), p 25. Peter Phillips, Humanity Dick, p 161.
  18. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p. 207
  19. Fairholme and Pain, A Century of Work For Animals, pp 30-32
  20. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, 231
  21. "To Correspondents" "The Kaleidoscope," 6 March 1821 p 288. Also see The Monthly Magazine Vol. 51 April 1, 1821 p 3
  22. Shevelow, For The Love of Animals, 268; Arthur W. Moss, Valiant Crusade: The History of the RSPCA (London: Cassell, 1961), 22.
  23. Fairholme and Pain, A Century of Work for Animals, p 54; Lewis Gompertz, "Fragments in Defence of Animals, and Essays on Morals, Souls and Future State" (London: Horsell, 1852), pp 174-175.
  24. Fairholme and Pain, A Century of Work For Animals, p 49
  25. "The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals," London Courier, 1 July 1825, p 4.
  26. See The National Archives, King's Bench Prison commitments, 1826, Ref. No. PRIS 4/38, 54; and King's Bench Prison, Final Discharges 1827, Ref. No. PRIS 7/46, II. Also see Moss, Valiant Crusade, 25-26.
  27. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p 279.
  28. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 28, 31, 38-39
  29. Phillips, Humanity Dick, 163
  30. Phillips, Humanity Dick, 40.
  31. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 8, 70-75
  32. Phillips, Humanity Dick, pp 59 & 65
  33. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 8, 123, 171, 189-192
  34. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 233-235
  35. 1 2 Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, p 282
  36. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 266-272
  37. Phillips, Humanity Dick, p 196.
  38. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, 13.
  39. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 99, 101, 135.
  40. Lynam, Humanity Dick Martin, pp 149-150.
  41. Sarah Burdett, Poems: with biographical notes (London: John Mortimer, 1841) pp 16-17.
  42. Sarah Burdett, The Rights of Animals; or, The Responsibility and Obligation of Man in the treatment he is bound to observe toward the animal creation (London: John Mortimer, 1839).

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Richard Martin
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Member of Parliament
for Galway County
In office
18181826
Servingwith James Daly
Parliament of Ireland
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Jamestown
1776–1783
With: Viscount Westport 1776–1781
John Hall
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Lanesborough
1798–1800
With: Edmond Stanley
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Galway County
1800 – 1801
With: Joseph Blake
Succeeded by
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Parliament of Ireland
Member of Parliament for Galway County
18011812
With: Richard Le Poer Trench 1801–1805
Denis Bowes Daly 1805–1812
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for County Galway
18181826
With: James Daly
Succeeded by