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FROM THE ACCESSION OF CHARLES 1. TO THE
ACCESSION OF GEORGE I.
FROM THE ACCESSION OF CHARLES 1. TO THE DEATH OF STRAFFORD.
A.D. 1625 TO A.D. 1641.
Hopes of the Romanists revived on the accession of Charles I.-The Protestant
prelates protest against toleration—The King not unwilling to grant toleration
A civil war followed the Irish massacre—The Catholic army and the Oath of
Association - The Roman Catholic clergy meet, and declare the war lawful and
tion for political purposes—Arrival in Ireland of Owen Roe O'Neill and
- Various parties dissatisfied with the Cessation-Arrival of the Nuncio
Misery of Ireland at the commencement of this period— The war, the famine, and
the pestilence-Providential punishment of lukewarm Protestantism and
The re-establishment of the Episcopal Church-Consecration of new prelates —
Their character-Sudden conversions to Protestant Episcopalianism—Sir
– Trimming of the Irish House of Commons-Collapse of Anabaptism and