A Statement of the Penal Laws, which Aggrieve the Catholics of Ireland: With Commentaries. In Two Parts, Parts 1-2

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H. Fitzpatrick, 1912 - Catholics
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Contents

Dissenting Minister may marry Catholics
xxvii
Insecuritythro Imperfection of Justice ºn
xxviii
IGNon ANce and Errors prolonged by this
xxix
Of the Laws which peculiarly affect
xxix
No indulgence allowed in this respect
21
Lord Redesdales misstatement in 1805
27
as Bachelors
33
in three ways
43
APPEAL to Reason and Feeling on behalf
145
Dr S Johnsons indignant exclamation
190
Penal Laws severely construed
191
Parish Offices imposed
193
Trial by Jurynot impartial
210
Injurious consequênces to Catholics
219
CHAP X
240
Doubt FUL STATUTEs
259

Preamble of this Statute
50
CHAP II
59
Extent and operation of this Exclusion
67
CHAP III
86
Lord Lieutenaat not now authorzed to dispense
89
FREEdom of Corporate Cities and Towns
99
CHAP IV
107
CHAP V
114
ConsequENTIAL INJURY of this Exclusion
121
THUs the Catholic worship is coerced
127
CATHolic CLERGY prevented from officiating
129
The Catholics disqualified from various
131
MARRIAGEs of Catholics
286
Mischiefs of these exclusions
297
CoMMERCIAL AND TRADING CAtholics
310
BANK DIRECTors
318
GENERAL Mischiefs to trade and credit
328
T HUMILIAtion of The CATHolics
329
º Parish Offices imposed
352
Ig Nor ANce and Errors prolonged
358
APPEAL to Reason and Feeling on behalf
364
This exclusion depresses every Catholic
368
Conditionannexed to the lastmentioned Sta
370

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