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" The spirit of impartial justice (without which law is nothing better than an instrument of tyranny) has for a time disappeared in this county, and the supineness of the magistracy of Armagh is become a common topic of conversation in every corner of the... "
A personal narrative of those transactions in the county Wexford, in which ... - Page 227
by Thomas Cloney - 1832 - 276 pages
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History of the Insurrection of the Country of Wexford, A.D. 1798 ..., Part 1798

Edward Hay - Ireland - 1803 - 304 pages
...— They may be fo— They may be dangerous from their numbers, and (till more dangerous from their unbounded views they have been encouraged to entertain ; but I will venture to aflert, without fear of cpntradiction, that the!* proceedings are not more contrary to humanity than...
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The History of the Late Grand Insurrection, Or, The Struggle for Liberty in ...

Ireland - 1805 - 386 pages
...every corner qf the kingdom. ' , IT is said in reply — The catholics are dangerpiiisrr-; They rriay be so — They may be dangerous From their numbers, and still more dangerous from their unbounded views they have been encouraged' to entertain ; but I will venture tq assert, 'without...
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An historical review of the state of Ireland from the invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Great Britain - 1806
...of the magistracy of Armagh is become a common topic of conversation in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply, the Catholics are dangerous,...from their numbers, and still more dangerous from their unbounded views they have been encouraged to entertain ; but I will venture to assert, without...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland: From the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1806
...the magistracy of Armagh is become a common topic of conver* sation in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply, the Catholics are dangerous, they may be so— they may be dangerous from t^eir numbers, and still more dangerous from their unbounded views they have been encouraged to entertain;...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: including particulars of his adventures in ...

William Sampson - History - 1807 - 448 pages
...become a common topic of conYersation. in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply — The Roman Catholics are dangerous— they may be so— they...venture to assert (without fear of contradiction) that upon those very grounds, these terrible proceedings are not more contrary to humanity, than they are...
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A history of the penal laws against the Irish Catholics: from the treaty of ...

Sir Henry Parnell - Catholic Church - 1808 - 226 pages
...the catholics are dangerous ; they may be fo— they may be dangerous from their numbers, and ftill 1 more dangerous from the unbounded views they have...been encouraged to entertain ; but I will venture to aflert, without fear of contradiction, that thefe proceedings are not more contrary to humanity than...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - Europe - 1817 - 432 pages
...become a common topic of conversation in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply; Tire Roman Catholics are dangerous; they may be so; they may...venture to assert, without fear of contradiction, that upon those very grounds, these terrible proceedings are not more contrary to humanity than they are...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 21

Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1822
...of the magistracy of Armagh is become a common topic of conversation in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply, the catholics are dangerous ;...without fear of contradiction, that these proceedings arc not more contrary to humanity than they are to sound policy. It is to be lamented, that no civil...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 21

Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1822
...of the magistracy of Armagh is become a common topic of conversation in every corner of the kingdom. It is said in reply, the catholics are dangerous; they may be so—they may be dangerous from their numbers, and still more dangerous from the unbounded views they...
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Parliamentary Papers

Great Britain - 1835
...the magistracy of this county is a topic of conversation in every corner of this kingdom. It is said the Catholics are dangerous ; they may be so ; they may be dangerous from their numbers, still more dangerous from the unbounded views they have been encouraged to entertain ; but I will venture...
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