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" Neither age nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence, as to any guilt in the last disturbances, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford protection. The only crime which the wretched objects of this ruthless persecution are charged with, is... "
A personal narrative of those transactions in the county Wexford, in which ... - Page 226
by Thomas Cloney - 1832 - 276 pages
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The British Empire in the Nineteenth Century: Its Progress and ..., Volume 1

Edgar Sanderson - Australia - 1897 - 30 pages
...governor of Armagh, declared that "neither age nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence of any misconduct, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford protection. The only crime with which the objects of this ruthless persecution are charged is simply a profession of the Roman...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 43

Nineteenth century - 1898
...stated in December of that year : — Neither age nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence of any guilt, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford protection. The only crime which the objects of this ruthless persecution are charged with is simply a profession of the Roman Catholic...
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The Orange Society

bp. Henry William Cleary - Orangemen - 1899 - 459 pages
...is now raging in this county [Armagh]. Neither age, nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence as to the late disturbances, is sufficient to excite mercy,...The only crime which the wretched objects of this merciless persecution are charged with is a crime of easy proof: It is simply a profession of the Roman...
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A Consideration of the State of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century

Godfrey Locker Lampson, Godfrey Tennyson Lampson Locker-Lampson - Ireland - 1907 - 699 pages
...country ; neither age, nor sex, nor acknowledged innocence, as to any guilt in the late disturbance, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford...persecution are charged with, is a crime, indeed, of easy proof—it is simply a profession of the Roman Catholic faith. A lawless banditti have constituted...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 43

Nineteenth century - 1898
...stated in December of that year : — Neither age nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence of any guilt, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford protection. The only crime which the objects of this ruthless persecution are charged with is simply a profession of the Roman Catholic...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 43

Nineteenth century - 1898
...stated in December of that year : — Neither age nor sex, nor even acknowledged innocence of any guilt, is sufficient to excite mercy, much less to afford protection. The only crime which the objects of this ruthless persecution are charged with is simply a profession of the Roman Catholic...
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