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" ... the Irish Roman Catholics must be bigots and rebels, from the very nature of their religion, and who have advanced this falsehood in the very teeth of fact, and contrary to the most distinct evidence of history. The Irish Roman Catholics bigots !... "
An Historical Apology for the Irish Catholics - Page 45
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
...fact, and contrary to the most distinct evidence of history. " The Irish RomanCatholics bigots ! The Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever...exercising vengeance. "Shew a brighter instance, if yon can, in the whole page of history.. Was this the conduct of Knox or Calvin, or of the brutal council...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1808
...reformation, took refuge in Ireland, and there enjoyed their opinions and worshi'p without molestation.' ' The Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance.' Nothing can more strongly evince the native humanity of the Irish, than the spirit of clemency and...
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The Orthodox journal and Catholic monthly intelligencer [ed. by W ..., Volume 4

William Eusebius Andrews - 1816
...Iihh Roman Catholic bigots !" exclaims the indignant writer, " The f> is!i. Roman Catholics are tlte only sect that ever resumed power without exercising...or Calvin, or of the brutal Council of Edward VI. wko shed tears as he signed its bloody warrants ? —Has this been the conduct of the Irish Protestants?...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 25

1826
...Gregory bear upon the point for which Mr. Butler seems to refer to him. We are told (p. 221) that the Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising^ vengeance. Yet the popish governor of King Jamee at Dublin issued an order, that " not more than FJVE PROTESTANTS...
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A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon

Daniel O'Connell - Great Britain - 1843
...fact, ' contrary to the most distinct evidence of his'tory! 'The Irish Roman Catholics bigots? THE ' IRISH ROMAN CATHOLICS ARE THE ONLY SECT ' THAT EVER RESUMED POWER WITHOUT EXERCIS' INO VENGEANCE ! ' Show a brighter instance, if you can, in the ' whole page of history. Was...
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The Irish harp, ed. by M.J. M'Cann

Michael Joseph M'Cann
...there enjoyed their opinions and worship without molestation. * * * Irish Roman Catholics bigots ? The Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance ! " Taylor, another Protestant authority, says : — " The restoration of the old religion was effected...
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Ireland and Her Agitators

William J. O'Neill Daunt - Home rule - 1867 - 300 pages
...does their character justice in this respect: "The Irish Roman Catholics bigots !" he exclaims ; "the Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance." And another Protestant historian, Dr. William Cooke Taylor, speaking of the Catholics of Ireland, says...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1877
...resentment for the past; they laid no plans for future domination. The Irish Roman Catholics bigots!! The Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance." Mr. Parnell wrote with the laudable object of having political disabilities removed from the Roman...
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Eighty-five Years of Irish History, 1800-1885

William J. O'Neill Daunt - Ireland - 1888 - 416 pages
...their character justice in this respect: " The Irish Roman Catholics bigots !" he exclaims ; " the Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance." And another Protestant historian, William Cooke Taylor, LL.l)., speaking of the Catholics of Ireland,...
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The Story of the Irish Race: A Popular History of Ireland

Seumas MacManus - Ireland - 1921 - 719 pages
...at the end of the eighteenth century, says (and shows) in his historical treatise upon Ireland: "The Irish Roman Catholics are the only sect that ever resumed power without exercising vengeance." And thus did these Irish Catholics, in their brief moment of triumph, to the usurpers who had persecuted...
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