Catholic Emancipation: A Shake to Mens Minds Wendy Hinde

ISBN: 9780631167839

Published: April 8th 1992

Hardcover

211 pages


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Catholic Emancipation: A Shake to Mens Minds  by  Wendy Hinde

Catholic Emancipation: A Shake to Mens Minds by Wendy Hinde
April 8th 1992 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 211 pages | ISBN: 9780631167839 | 10.33 Mb

At the beginning of the 19th century catholics were still excluded by law from public and political life, and there was still much popular antipathy and mistrust of them. This book examines the sequence of events that brought about theirMoreAt the beginning of the 19th century catholics were still excluded by law from public and political life, and there was still much popular antipathy and mistrust of them. This book examines the sequence of events that brought about their emancipation.

It shows how Daniel OConnells glorious and bloodless victory at the election in County Clare in 1828 pushed the Duke of Wellingtons government towards a change in the law. It then examines the negotiations between Wellington and the King, who opposed the Bill on the grounds that to do so would violate his coronation oath, and the final dramatic surrender which allowed OConnell to take his seat in the Commmons in May 1829.



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