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End of matters in the Appendis, connected with the part of the history
contained in the former volumes.
APPENDIX.-Part II. (To Book VI., Ch. IX., in the present volume.)
it highly meritorious to aid him, but mortal sin to
fight on the side of the Queen, &c.
866, Some particulars relating to the state and circum-
nion in Ireland, circ. A.D 1613, with notices of its
kenny, held by E. Matthews, A.D. 1614..
Enumeration of the First Founders, and early
members, for a century, of the titular episcopate
1388 Letter of Pope Urban vill., constituting the
Mission in Ireland a Romish Title for holy orders 1392 Extracts from the Bull of Pope Urban VIII.,
against the of Oath of King James I. ... 1395 Account of the Popes' pretended Deposing, Power, from Father P. Walsh
1397 Copy of the Loyal Irish Remonstrance
1404 The Remonstrance proposed for substitution in place of the preceeding
1411 Note on the expression, Church of England, as ap
plied to the Church in Ireland
History of Ireland
CHURCH HISTORY OF IRELAND.
IRELAND IN THE TROUBLOUS TIMES OF THE
REIGN OF JAMES 1.--ROMISU AGENCY SUCCEEDS IN ESTABLISHING
A PERMANENT SCHISM IN THE COUXTRY.
It remains for us to give the reader some ac- A. D. 1603. count of the state of religious affairs in Ireland State of relifor the first eleven or twelve years of the reign gious affairs of King James I., a period in which the adhe- under King rents of the Church of Rome in this island succeeded in establishing among themselves a new religious organization, under somewhat of a regular ecclesiastical form, accompanied by a kind of political confederation of the members of their party, which, although less perfect and less permanent in its construction than the religious part of their system, has however subsisted in one form or another even to our own day.