The Catholics of Ulster: A History

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Index
abbots 14
Abercorn, Claud Hamilton, 4th Earl 116
Abercorn, Lord ( John James Hamilton, 1st marquis) 217
Abercorn estate, Tyrone 179
abjuration, oath ( 1708) 148
abstention, Nationalist 383, 396, 397
Act(s)
Arms ( 1793) 242
Banishment ( 1697) 166
Black ( 1639) 146
Catholic Emancipation ( 1829) 209
Catholic Relief ( 1793) 217, 233, 235, 242
Charitable Bequests ( 1844) 278
Coercion ( 1885) 361
Convention ( 1793) 242
Disestablishment ( 1869) 167
Ecclesiastical Titles ( 1851) 319
Education ( 1930) 462; ( 1944) 462; ( 1947) 407
Flags and Emblems ( 1954) 406, 454
Franchise ( 1884) 294
Government of Ireland ( 1920) 300, 373
Health Services ( Northern Ireland) ( 1948) 407
Home Rule Bills 297, 300, 325, 357
Irish Poor Law ( 1838) 311, ( 1847) 310
Land 320, 321
MacPherson Bill ( 1919) 460
Militia ( 1793) 242
Offences Against the State ( 1939) 402
Party Emblems ( 1860) 350
Party Processions ( 1832) 345, 349, 356
Party Processions ( 1850) 350
Popery ( 1704) 166
Public Order 406
Quebec ( 1774) 168
Registration ( 1704) 176
Settlement ( 1662) 111-12, 115
Special Powers ( 1922) 382, 386, 411
of Union ( 1800) 261, 271, 342
Wyndham ( 1903) 321
Adair, John319
Adair family 312
Adams, Gerry445, 446
Adeir Clann Liútair ( MacCooey) 182
Áed mac Loingsich17
Agallamh idir Brádaigh an spiadhóir agus Bard Gaeilge ( McDonnell) 312
Agnew family 29
agriculture 305-6, 320
Ahoghill, Co. Antrim 167
Airgialla 10, 18, 19
Airthir 19, 49

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