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Robert E. Burns
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Catholic Univ of Amer Pr (April 1, 1989)
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Irish parliamentary politics in the eighteenth century. Vol. i: 1714-1730, pp x, 282; vol. ii: 1730-1760, pp xii, 356. Washington . Catholic University of America Press. Jacqueline Hill (a1).

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But early 18th-century Britain also had its weaknesses. As peers, Sunderland and Stanhope were confined to the House of Lords and lacked spokesmen in the Commons who could match Walpole’s ruthlessness and talent. Its Celtic fringe-Wales, Ireland, and Scotland-had been barely assimilated. Most Irish men and women spoke Gaelic and belonged to the Roman Catholic church, in contrast with the population of the British mainland, which was staunchly Protestant.

Robert Edward Burns, American dean, retired history professor. Irish Parliamentary Politics in the Eighteenth Century: 1730-1760 ) Part of a two-volume set examining the machinations of 18th-century Irish parliamentary politics, this second volume reconstructs the events that led to the extraordinary degree of autonomy the Parliament achieved from the Lord Lieutenant and the English ministry. 0710X/?tag prabook0b-20. Scripture politics: ulster presbyterians and irish radicalism in the late eighteenth century. 1714-30 and 1730- 60. Washington, . Catholic University of America Press, 1989, 1990. Connolly, Sean J. RELIGION, LAW AND POWER: THE MAKING OF PROTESTANT IRELAND. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2003. McCarthy, Michael, ed.

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Part of a two-volume set examining the machinations of 18th-century Irish parliamentary politics, this first volume deals with the generation of Irish Protestant politicians who participated in and facilitated the Williamite revolution in Ireland.