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Martin is now best known for his work against animal cruelty, especially against bear baiting and dog fighting. Martin's attempt to have an anti-cruelty to animals Bill passed stands in a chronological line with some previous failed efforts in England's Parliament. A sympathetic groundswell of public opinion emerged in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century in opposition to cultural amusements such as bull-baiting and cock-fighting and in the visible maltreatment of animals that were herded in for slaughter at London's Smithfield Market.
Martin drafted a new Bill in consultation with the then retired Lord Erskine as well as with the agricultural writer and animal rights advocate John Lawrence The Bill passed in the House of Commons by twenty-nine to eighteen votes, then through the House of Lords and was signed by the King on 21 June He also sometimes paid fines of minor offenders. This Bill was defeated on 15 June In letters were exchanged by various correspondents in periodicals raising concerns about the maltreatment of animals, which included one written by Rev.
Arthur Broome that was published in The Kaleidoscope on 6 March Due to Martin's profile as a politician and as the drafter of the anti-cruelty legislation, a public perception developed that he was the initiator and creator of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Martin also had a very eventful life. He was a colonel of the County Galway Volunteers. On his death in his son Thomas became his heir. Although the workhouse was an apparent pledge to help the poor suffering from starvation, it is agreed that Thomas and his family did little to help and approximately , people died on their land during this period from starvation and fever.
After the election of , Martin now a heavy gambler lost his parliamentary seat because of a petition which accused him of illegal intimidation during the election. He died there peacefully in the presence of his second wife and their three daughters on 6 January His daughter, Mary, was born in Her brothers were Thomas B.
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He had this distributed to the poor by throwing it out the windows of his coach on the long journey back from London to Galway. In , he married the novelist Harriet Evans Martin in Nenagh , and had by her four surviving children, including Rev. Richard Martin — and the writer Harriet Letitia Martin — From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Richard Martin, see Richard Martin disambiguation.
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Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. King of Connemara' The Lilliput Press, English View all editions and formats Summary: This finely detailed and amply illustrated biography recreates the life and times of one of Ireland's earliest environmentalists, founder of the world movement for the protection of animals. A loveable Galwayman, Volunteer colonel, landlord-eccentric, lawyer-duellist, parliamentarian and champion of Catholic emancipation, his colourful, humorous personality is caught in this poised and readable work.
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