CHAPTER VII

IRELAND IN QUEEN ANNE'S REIGN

From Ireland and Her Story 1903

Justin McCarthy

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THE reign of William III. put Ireland under the domination of a code of penal laws directed against the national creed more complete than any known there before. Nothing could be more comprehensive, and at the same time more minute, than the system of laws then established to punish every Roman Catholic, of whatever class or order, who adhered to the faith of his fathers.

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