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CONTENTS

TO

VOLUME II,

BOOK III.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE COMPLE-

TION OF THE REVOLUTION OF 1688, AND THE
DECLARATION OF IRISH INDEPENDENCE, IN THE
YEAR 1782.

CHAPTER I.

The Reigns of William and Mary, and William.

p.)
Revolution in England and Treland differents

Articles of Lime-
rick not observed - William not naturally intolerant-Differ-
ences between William and his English parliament-Nego-
ciation of the articles of Limerick. The articles contested from
the pulpit --Sir Richard Cox's conduct in reference to the ar-
ticles of Limerick – William bad offered more favourable terms
to the Irish-Effects of the revolution on the Irish-England
usurps the right of legislating for Ireland-Abject state of the
Irish catholics-Irish different from English whigs-Lord Syd-
ney convenes a parliament-Lord Sydney reprimands and pro-
rogues the parliament-Sydney recalled : Changes in the go-
vernment, and a new parliament convened-New session of
parliament, in which Sir Charles Porter was conspicuous for
his probity-Inconsistent conduct of government towards
Ireland-General substance of Mr. Molyneux's book-Conduct
of the English parliament upou Molyneux's book-Overbear-
ing conduct of the English parliament towards Ireland-

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