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" Bench that' the laws did not presume any papists to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of the Government. "
The home-ruler's manual - Сторінка 89
автори: Richard Barry O'Brien - 1890 - 185 стор.
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An historical review of the state of Ireland from the invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - 1805
...importunities. The affair was taken up with a high hand; Mr. Saul was prosecuted ; and he was publicly assured from the bench, that the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breatlte without the connivance of government.* The publication of Dr....
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The History of Ireland: From Its Invasion Under Henry II. to Its ..., Том 2

Francis Plowden - 1812
...in Dublin. The affair was taken up with a high hand. Mr. Saul was prosecuted, and publicly assured from the bench, that the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of government f. The publication about...
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Memoirs of Captain Rock [pseud.]: The Celebrated Irish Chieftain. With Some ...

Thomas Moore - 1824 - 311 стор.
...lady, whom some Protestant converters were laying siege to rather violently, it was stated gravely from the bench that " the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of Government." This is one of those...
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The works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1832
...lady, whom. some Protestant converters were laying siege to rather violently, it was stated gravely from the bench that " the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of Government." This is one of those...
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A history of Ireland ... to the Union with Great Britain

Elizabeth Blacket - 1836
...lady whose friends wished her to become a Protestant, was prosecuted, and told by the Lord Chancellor, that " the laws did not presume a Papist to exist, nor could he breathe without the connivance of government." The result was, that Mr. Saul, like many other intelligent...
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Past and Present Policy of England Towards Ireland

Charles Greville - 1845 - 359 стор.
...against their importunities in the house of a Mr. Saul. Saul was prosecuted, and he was publicly told from the bench, " that the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of government." But towards the end of...
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Past and Present Policy of England Towards Ireland

Charles Greville - 1845 - 359 стор.
...against their importunities in the house of a Mr. Saul. Saul was prosecuted, and he was publicly told from the bench, " that the laws did not presume a Papist to eorist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of government." But towards the...
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The Irish Confederates, and the Rebellion of 1798

Henry Martyn Field - 1851 - 369 стор.
...before the Catholics were in the lowest political degradation. As late as 1759 the Irish Chancellor had declared from the bench, that " the laws did not presume a papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of government." Though the Catholics...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Том 7

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1879
...very feeble, and deeply impregnated with baser 1 In a law case in 1759 a Roman Catholic was reminded from the Bench that the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of the Government. motives, could not...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Том 2

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1878
...bishops, but had been thrown out by the Privy Council. In a law case, in 1759, a Catholic was reminded from the bench that ' the laws did not presume a Papist to exist in the kingdom, nor could they breathe without the connivance of the Government.' An order had been...
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