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" In his own country the Catholic was only recognised by the law, ' for repression and punishment.' The Lord Chancellor Bowes and the Chief Justice Robinson both distinctly laid down from the bench ' that the law does not suppose any such person to exist... "
A History of England in the Eighteenth Century - Page 307
by William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1878
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A Statement of the Penal Laws, which Aggrieve the Catholics of Ireland, Part 1

Denys Scully - Catholics - 1812 - 434 pages
...persons to be met with in the streets are " avowed Catholics." Yet, Lord Chancellor Bowes declared from the Bench, that " the " Law does not suppose any such person to Temp.Geo. a. 'c exist ftg an I^gl, Roman Catholic." Chief Justice Robinson made a similar declaration....
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The History of Ireland,: From the Treaty of Limerick to the ..., Volume 1

John Mitchel - Ireland - 1869 - 316 pages
...for reprehension and punishment." Indeed, in the time of George II., LordChancellor Bowes declared from the bench, "that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic ;" and Chief-Justice Robinson made a similar declaration. f It appears plain, then, that the...
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The History of Ireland: From the Treaty of Limerick to the Present ..., Volume 1

Ireland - 1869 - 590 pages
...for reprehension and punishment." In deed, in the time of George II., LordChancellor Bowes declared from the bench, " that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic ;" and Chief-Justice Hobinson made a similar declaration.t It appears plain, then, that the...
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The History of Ireland: From the Treaty of Limerick to the ..., Volumes 1-2

Ireland - 1869 - 608 pages
...for reprehension and punishment." Indeed, in the time of George II., LordChancellor Bowes declared from the bench, " that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Uoman Catholic ;" and Chief- Justice Robinson made a similar declaration. f It appears plain, then,...
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Lectures in Reply to James A. Froude: The English Historian

Thomas Nicolas Burke - 1872 - 150 pages
...similar declaration. Here are the words of his lordship, the Chief - Justice : "It appears, " he says, " that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic." And yet, at that very time, we find Irishmen proclaiming their loyalty, and saying : ' '...
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Ireland's Case Stated in Reply to Mr. Froude

Thomas Nicolas Burke - British - 1873 - 252 pages
...declaration. Here are the words of his lordship the Chief Justice: " It appears " he says, " plain that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic." Mr. Froude says that they favored the Pretender, at the very time when the government itself...
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A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 1

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Ireland - 1892 - 518 pages
...grounds from the / army and navy. They could not even possess a horse of S the value of more than 5Z., and any Protestant on tendering that sum could appropriate...suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic.'3 The effect of these measures was to offer the strongest inducements to all men of ability...
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The Orange Society

Henry William Cleary - Secret societies - 1899 - 488 pages
...was discovered, they were liable either to fine or imprisonment, or to whipping and the pillory. . . In his own country the Catholic was only recognised...suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic.' "* No Catholic could hold any office, civil or military, under the Crown. He could not be...
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Ireland, Historic and Picturesque

Charles Johnston - History - 1901 - 516 pages
...Catholic existed in Ireland." The Lord Chief Justice affirms the same doctrine : " It appears plain that the law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic." The law, therefore, as created by England for Ireland, deprived of all civil, religious,...
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CONTEMPORARY IRELAND

L. PAUL-DUBOIS - 1908 - 568 pages
...were dealt with. As for the Catholic laity, they were deprived of all political rights whatever. " The law does not suppose any such person to exist as an Irish Roman Catholic," said a Lord Chancellor upon one occasion. They were forbidden to act as teachers 7 Irish...
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