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" ... those civil penalties and incapacities which the reigning Creed is so fond of heaping upon its subjugated rivals. By the various Articles of this Treaty, they are to enjoy such privileges in the exercise of their religion, as they dioV enjoy in the... "
Catholic question. A letter addressed to the inhabitants of Bristol, on the ... - Page 16
by John Edmonds Stock - 1813 - 80 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 13

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, William Empson, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Henry Reeve, Harold Cox - 1809
...civil penalties and incapacities which the reigning creed is fo fond of heaping upon its fubjugated rivals. By, the various articles of this treaty, they are to enjoy fuch privileges in the exercife of their religion, as they did enjoy in the time of Charles II. : and...
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THE ENDINBURGH REVIEW

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE - 1809
...civil penalties and incapacities which the reigning creed is fo fond of heaping upon its fubjugated rivals. By the various articles of this treaty, they are to enjoy fuch privileges in the exercife of their religion, as they did enjoy in the time of Charles II, : and...
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The Impartial History of Ireland ...: In Two Parts

Hugh Reilly, Cornelius Nary, Saint Oliver Plunket - 1810 - 142 pages
...the broad seal of England. Now by the first of these articles, the Roman Catholics of Ireland, were to enjoy such privileges in the exercise of their religion, as they did in the reign of King Charies the II. in whose reign it is manifest, the Roman Catholics had Bishops,...
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Historical Memoirs Respecting the English, Irish, and Scottish ..., Volume 4

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1821
...Limerick. Br the first article of this treaty, — all the romanrat holies of the kingdom of Ireland were to enjoy such privileges in the exercise of their religion, as they enjoyed in the reign of Charles the second ; and their majesties were to use their endeavours to procure,...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...Limerick. BY the first article of this treaty, — all the romancatholics of the kingdom of Ireland were to enjoy such privileges, in the exercise of their religion, as they enjoyed in the reign of Charles the second; and their majesties were to use their endeavours to procure,...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...Limerick. BY the first article of this treaty, — all the romancatholics of the kingdom of Ireland were to enjoy such privileges, in the exercise of their religion, as they enjoyed in the reign of Charles the second ; and their majesties were to use their endeavours to procure,...
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Practical Suggestions on the General Improvement of the Navigation of the ...

Thomas Steele - Ireland - 1828 - 151 pages
...Catholics hoped, and very rationally hoped, to secure to themselves the free enjoyment of their religion in future, and an exemption from all those civil penalties...privileges in the exercise of their religion, as they dioV enjoy in the time of Charles II. ; and the King promises, upon the meeting of Parliament, " to...
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Genuine history of Ireland ... since the Reformation ...

Hugh Reilly - Ireland - 1838 - 174 pages
...the broad seal of England. Now by the first of these articles, the Roman Catholics of Ireland were to enjoy such privileges in the exercise of their religion as they did in the reign of king Charles the Second ; in whose reign it is manifest the Roman Catholics had bishops,...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - English essays - 1844 - 333 pages
...hoped, to secure to themselves the free enjoyment o! their religion in future, and an exemption from al those civil penalties and incapacities which the reigning...they are to enjoy such privileges in the exercise ot their religion, as they did enjoy in the time of Charles II : and the King promises upon the meeting...
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The Works of Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - English essays - 1844 - 333 pages
...religion in future, and an exemption from al those civil penalties and incapacities which the reigninc creed is so fond of heaping upon its subjugated rivals....they are to enjoy such privileges in -the exercise ot their religion, :is they did enjoy in the time of Charles II : and the King promises upon the meeting...
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