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C H A P. LXXI.
George the Second
The condition of the English Roman Catholics during his Reign, ib.
1.–General state of the English Catholics during this
2.-Contest between the High Church and Low Church
-Progress of religious Toleration
3.-Acts in favour of the Protestant Dissenters 185
C H A P. LXXII.
CH A P. LXXIV.
Suppression of the Jesuits -
1.- The progressive Extension of the Order -
2.–Their mode of Instruction and Education 236
3.— Their Missions in Paraguay
4.—Their Missions in China
5.—Their Antichristian and Anticatholic Adversaries
6.-Their Catholic Adversaries -
7:— Their alleged advocation of the Pope's divine right
to temporal power in spiritual concerns 252
C H A P. LXXVI.
CH A P. LXXIX.
7.—The Massacre in 1641
page 385 8.-The Confederacy of the Irish Catholics in 1642, 392 9.—The interference of the Pope's Nuncio in the Proceedings of the Confederates
395 10.–The Confiscations made by Cromwell; and the
settlement of the confiscated Property, at the Restoration
409 11.-The remonstrance of the Irish Catholics presented to Charles the Second in 1661
415 12.- Biographical Memoir of Father Walsh 444 13.-Confiscation of Irish Property at the Revolution in 1688
454 14.–The Irish Brigade
C H A P. LXXXI. Historical Memoirs of the Irish Catholics since the Revolution in 1688, till the Act passed for their relief in 1793 460
1.-William the Third Articles of Limerick ib. 2.-Principal Acts passed in the reign of William the
Third against the Roman Catholics - 461 3.–Molyneux's Work, intituled, “ The Case of Ireland's
being bound by Acts of Parliament in England"
464 4.-The conduct of William the Third in respect to the Irish Roman Catholics
467 5.of Queen Anne
469 6.of George the First
474 7.of George the Second
477 8.-. - of George the Third, in the early part of his Reign