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" Brown had made, to the injury of the See of Dublin; and certainly this step was full as agreeable to the rules of law and equity, as to popish zeal. " The assertors of the reformation during the preceding reigns were every way unmolested, or as the Protestant... "
An Historical Apology for the Irish Catholics - Page 44
by William Parnell - 1808 - 190 pages
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Emancipation; Or Peter, Martin, and the Squire: A Tale in Rhyme. To which is ...

Catholic emancipation - 1808 - 108 pages
...domination. There had been reason for your hate., But now your passion's out of date. ** " Even Leland allows that the only instance of popish zeal, was...general spirit of toleration that many English families, friands to the reformation, took refuge in Ireland, and there enjoyed their opinions and worship without...
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The Orthodox journal and Catholic monthly intelligencer [ed. by W ..., Volume 4

William Eusebius Andrews - 1816
...this step was full as agreeable to the rules of law and equity as to Popish zeal. — The asserters of the Reformation during the preceding reigns were...to term it, were allowed to sink into obscurity and ĞeĞlect. — Such was the general spirit of toleration, that many English families,frienrls to the...
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A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon

Daniel O'Connell - Great Britain - 1843
...Leland allows that the only instance of ' popish zeal, was annulling grants that Arch' bishop Browne had made, to the injury of the ' See of Dublin ; and...general spirit of toleration, that ' MANY ENGLISH FAMILIF.S, FRIENDS то THE REFOR' MATION, TOOK REFUGE IN IRELAND, AND THERE * ENJOYED THEIR OPINIONS...
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A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon

Daniel O'Connell - Great Britain - 1843
...instance of ' popish zeal, was annulling grants that Arch* bishop Browne had made, to the injury of the 1 See of Dublin ; and certainly this step was full as...toleration, that £ MANY ENGLISH FAMILIES, FRIENDS то THE REFOR* MATION, TOOK REFUGE IN IRELAND, AND THERE ' ENJOYED THEIR OPINIONS AND WORSHIP WITHOUT...
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