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Title The Case of Ireland
Author(s) Molyneux, William
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1706
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference 809.c.11
Region Europe
Names William Molyneux, King Henry II, King John, Matthew Paris (pp11, 20), John Locke (p27), William the Conqueror (pp31, 59-60, 152), Edward the Confessor (pp60, 63, 152), King Henry III (pp63, 65)
Places Ireland, Dublin, Derry (pi), England, France (p142), Poland (p171)
Topics government, Parliamentary acts, arbitrary power, Protestantism, Protestant clergy (p59), wool trade (pi, 100), conquest, English settlement in Ireland, foreign policy, English form of government, English statute-laws (p64), municipal laws, 'Laws and Customs of England' (p53), 'Irish Modus' (p33), ecclesiastical laws (p37), subordination (pp43-44, 135), Norman Conquest (p59), rape (p74), Intestine Rebellion (p97), Rights of Parliament (p171)
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