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The Catholic Church and the campaign for emancipation in Ireland and England

Author: Ambrose Macaulay
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Four Courts Press, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Catholics in Ireland and England campaigning for relief from the penal laws, and later, for emancipation, were obliged to deal with the Holy See and the governments in Dublin and London. In return for concessions, the governments required them to provide 'securities' in the form of oaths that included allegiance to King George III and his successors and a rejection of the alleged 'claims' of the papacy which could  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ambrose Macaulay
ISBN: 9781846826009 1846826004
OCLC Number: 935984383
Description: 416 pages : maps ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. The beginning of the campaign for the relief of Irish Catholics --
2. The influence of the French Revolution --
3. The beginning of the campaign for the relief of English Catholics --
4. The vicars apostolic and the Catholic Committee at loggerheads --
5. Towards the Act of Union --
6. A failed manoeuvre in the London District --
7. The campaign for Catholic emancipation begins --
8. The English board and the fifth resolution --
9. Grattan's bill, 1813 --
10. The Quarantotti rescript --
11. Consalvi and Castlereagh --
12. The Genoese letter --
13. The delegates in Rome --
14. Calm after the disaccord --
15. Plunket's bill, 1821 --
16. Increased agitation for emancipation --
17. The Waterford election --
18. Emancipation wrested from the government.
Responsibility: Ambrose Macaulay.

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Catholics in Ireland and England campaigning for relief from the penal laws, and later, for emancipation, were obliged to deal with the Holy See and the governments in Dublin and London. In return for concessions, the governments required them to provide 'securities' in the form of oaths that included allegiance to King George III and his successors and a rejection of the alleged 'claims' of the papacy which could be used to the detriment of the lawful authority of the British crown. The crown also sought the right to veto candidates for the episcopate whom it deemed unsuitable. These demands met with varying responses from the bishops of Ireland, the vicars apostolic of England, the Catholic laity in Ireland and England and the Holy See. Differences of opinion emerged between the conservative aristocrats and gentry in England, who were keen to take their seats in parliament, and the middle class activists in Ireland, who opposed the interference of the state in their religious affairs. This study examines these issues and the complex relationships between the Holy See, the bishops, the vicars apostolic and the Catholic committees. -- Publisher description.

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