The Causes of the Rebellion in Ireland Disclosed

In an Address to the People of England, in Which It Is Proved by Incontrovertible Facts, That the System for Some Years Pursued in That Country, Has Driven It into Its Present Dreadful Situation

Author: Anonymous
Language: English
Wordcount: 15,955 / 55 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 21.3
LoC Category: HC
Downloads: 1,064
Added to site: 2008.05.03
mnybks.net#: 20733
Origin: gutenberg.org
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er manifested any dislike of military bodies--real, mercenary, foreign soldiers,--expressing publicly their sentiments on great public questions, when those sentiments coincided with the politics of the Castle--witness the manifestoes with which the Irish newspapers have for the last year or two been crouded, from Scotch and English mercenary troops, in which these zealous advocates for religion and liberty declare themselves friends to this or that measure, publish their determination to support them--and sometimes conclude by letting the Irish public know--they had not come thither to be trifled with.--Secondly, I must remark, that tho' the great objection to the volunteer convention was its being armed, and consisting of the representatives of an armed body, yet opposition equally violent has been since made to other representative bodies not military--instance the calumny with which the servants of the Irish administration have blackened the Catholic committee--and, above all, i

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