The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II.: With a Preliminary Discourse on the Ancient State of that Kingdom, Band 2

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Seite 108 - Item, at the request of the Commons of the land of Ireland, be it ordained, enacted and established, That at the next Parliament that there shall be holden by the King's Commandment and licence, wherein amongst other, the King's grace entendeth to have a general resumption of his whole revenues sith the last day of the reign of King Edward the Second...
Seite 108 - Edward the second, no parliament be holden hereafter in the said land, but at such season as the king's lieutenant and council there first do certify the king under the great seal of that land, the causes and considerations and all such acts as to them seemeth should pass in the same parliament, and such causes, considerations, and acts, affirmed by the king and his council...
Seite 482 - ... both, apostatical. To give them, therefore, a toleration, or to consent that they may freely exercise their religion, and profess their faith and doctrine, is a grievous sin, and that in two respects. "For, 1.
Seite 172 - Lazerianus, an Irish archbishop of Cashel. It saith, that the church of Rome shall surely fall when the Catholic faith is once overthrown in Ireland.
Seite 292 - Should we exert ourselves,' said they. ' in reducing this country to order and civility, it must soon acquire power, consequence, and riches. The inhabitants will thus be alienated from England ; they will cast themselves into the arms of some foreign power, or perhaps erect themselves into an independent and separate state. Let us rather connive at their disorders ; for a weak and disordered people never can attempt to detach themselves from the Crown of England.
Seite 482 - THE religion of the Papists is superstitious and idolatrous, their faith and doctrine erroneous and heretical, their church, in respect of both, apostatical : to give them therefore a toleration, or to consent, that they may freely exercise their religion, and profess their faith and doctrine, is a grievous sin...
Seite 108 - Council to be good and expedient for that land, and his licence thereupon, as well in affirmation of the said causes and acts as to summon the said parliament, under his great seal of England had and obtained. That done, a parliament to be had and holden after the form and effect before rehearsed, and if any parliament be holden in that land hereafter contrary to the form and provision aforesaid, it be deemed void and of none effect in law.
Seite 257 - O'Nial. However, at a feast wherein the earl entertained that chieftain, and at the end of their good cheer, O'Nial with his wife were seized, their friends who attended were put to the sword before their faces. Felim, together with his wife and brother, were conveyed to Dublin, where they were cut up in quarters.
Seite 482 - Popery, but also, which is a consequent of the former, to the perdition of the seduced people which perish in the deluge of the Catholic apostacy. Secondly. To grant them a toleration in respect of any money to be given, or contribution to be made by them, is to set religion to sale, and with it the souls of the people whom Christ our Saviour hath redeemed with His Most Precious Blood.
Seite 469 - ... they obtained commissions of enquiry into defective titles, and grants of concealed lands and rents belonging to the crown ; the great benefit of which was generally to accrue to the projector, whilst the king was contented with an inconsiderable proportion of the concealment, or a small advance of rent. Discoverers were every where busily employed in finding out flaws in men's titles to their estates.

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