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" The language of this paper strongly shows the unpopularity of the nuncio, as it declares. " the manifold oppressions, transcendent crimes, and capital offences, which he had continually been for three years past, acting within the kingdom to the unspeakable... "
Lives of illustrious ... Irishmen, ed. by J. Wills - Page 160
by Irishman - 1840
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An Impartial History of Ireland from the Period of the English ..., Volume 3

Dennis Taaffe - Ireland - 1810
...the manifold oppressions, transcendent crimes, and capital offences, which he had been continually, for three years past, acting within the kingdom, to...the nation, and the dishonour of the see of Rome." " With the above-mentioned charge, Sir Richard Blake, chairman of the assembly, sent him notice, by...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the ...

John Curry - 1810
...capital offences, which he had been continually, for three years past, acting within the kingdoms, to the unspeakable detriment of their religion, the ruin of the nation, and the dishonor of the see of Rome." This heavy accusation met with no opposition, even from such ecclesiastics...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland: From the ...

John Curry - Catholic emancipation - 1810 - 660 pages
...capital offences, which he had been continually, for three years past, acting within the kingdonm, to the unspeakable detriment of their religion, the ruin of the nation, and the dishonor of the see of Rome." This heavy accusation met with no opposition, even from such ecclesiastics...
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annals of ireland

the rev john graham - 1817
...offences which he had been continually, for three years past, acting within the kingdom of Ireland, to the unspeakable detriment of their religion, the...the nation, and the dishonour of the see of Rome." This heavy accusation met with no opposition, even from such ecclesiastics as were present at the assembly,...
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Annals of Ireland, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military: From the 19th of ...

John Graham - Ireland - 1819
...offences which he had been continually, for three years past, acting within the kingdom of Ireland, to the unspeakable detriment of their religion, the...the nation, and the dishonour of the see of Rome." This heavy accusation met with no opposition, even from such ecclesiastics as were present at the assembly,...
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The Life of James, Duke of Ormond: Containing an Account of the ..., Volume 3

Thomas Carte - Ireland - 1851
...the manifold oppressions, transcendent crimes, and capital offences, which he had been continually for three years past acting within the kingdom, to...the nation, and the dishonour of the see of Rome, which suffered much by his actions and proceedings in the nunciature." With this charge sir Richard...
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Essays and Lectures: Historical and Literary

James Whiteside - Great Britain - 1868 - 478 pages
..."The manifold oppressions, transcendent crimes, and capital offences, which he had been continually for three years past acting within the kingdom, to...the nation, and the dishonour of the See of Rome, which suffered much by his actions and proceedings in the nunciature." " And on the 23rd February,"...
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Essays and Lectures: Historical and Literary

James Whiteside - Great Britain - 1868 - 478 pages
...offences, which he had been continually for three years past acting within the kingdom, to the unsoeakable detriment of. their religion, the ruin of the nation, and the dishonour of the See of Rome, which suffered much by his actions and proceedings in the nunciature." " And on the 23rd February,"...
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The Irish nation: its history and its biography, by J. and F. Wills, Volume 2

James Wills - 1875
...declared O'Neile a traitor, and renewed their appeal to Rome against the excommunication of Kinuncini. The language of this paper strongly shows the unpopularity...remained for the king's life and restoration; began bv a vain endeavour to obtain from the French court such means as he was informed by Inchiquin would...
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The Irish Nation: Its History and Its Biography, Volume 2

James Wills - Ireland - 1876
...and capital offences, which he had continually been for three years past, acting within the kmgdom to the unspeakable detriment of their religion, the...remained for the king's life and restoration; began bv a vain endeavour to obtain from the French court such means as he was informed by Inchiquin would...
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