A General History of Ireland: From the Earliest Accounts to the Death of King William III. By J. H. Wynne, Esq, Volumen 2

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Página 336 - THE Roman Catholics of this kingdom shall enjoy such privileges in the exercise of their religion, as are consistent with the laws of Ireland : or as they did enjoy in the reign of king Charles the Second...
Página 90 - ... apply the authority of parliament to suppress the same. " And, they said, they did further most humbly declare, that if his majesty should by ill counsel be persuaded to go, contrary to that advice of his parliament, (which they hoped his majesty would not,) they did not, in that case, hold themselves bound...
Página 337 - II, and shall be put in possession, by order of the government, of such of them as are in the king's hands or the hands of his tenants, without being put to any suit or trouble therein ; and all such estates shall be freed and discharged from all arrears of crownrents, quit-rents, and other public charges incurred and become due since Michaelmas 1688, to the day of the date hereof.
Página 48 - that I am nowise afraid of death, nor am daunted with any terrors; but do as cheerfully lay down my head at this time as ever I did when going to repose!
Página 362 - God, only on week days he came too seldom to them ; he was an attentive hearer of sermons, and was constant in his private prayers, and in reading the Scriptures ; and when he spoke of religious matters, which he did not often, it was with a becoming gravity...
Página 217 - Prince, who, did he rightly know the business (without such submission) would never enter upon a bargain to preserve or rather restore holy religion in a Kingdom with agents bringing their authority from a withered accursed hand, and God will send His angels of strength and light before that people, at least many of them who are lying in darkness and shackled with the irons of excommunication...
Página 34 - That, by the powerfulness of some ministers of state in this kingdom, the parliament in its members and actions, hath not its natural freedom.
Página 197 - ... are assured, no subject could be justly warranted by that excommunication to deny obedience to his majesty's authority in your excellency; yet being of opinion that a public declaration of this kind, in this...
Página 338 - And whereas these present wars have drawn on great violences on both parts; and that if leave were given to the bringing all sorts of private actions, the animosities' would probably continue, that have been too long on foot, and the public disturbances last : for the quieting and settling therefore of this kingdom, and avoiding...
Página 339 - Every nobleman and gentleman comprifed in the faid fecond and third articles, fhall have liberty to ride with a fword, and cafe of piftols, if they think fit ; and keep a gun in their houfes, for the defence of the fame, or for fowling. VIII. The inhabitants and refidents in the city of Limerick, and other garrifons...

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