The Roman Catholic Association proved to be not only unconstitutional but its suppression absolutely necessary for the tranquillity of Ireland; and for the true and best interests of the Roman Catholics. The mass of the Roman Catholic people shown (on Roman Catholic authority) to be utterly indifferent to the question of emancipaton, if left to themselves; and that measure demonstrated to be, at present, neither expedient, nor practicable.
In four letters, addressed to His Excellency the Marquess of Anglesey, recently published in the Warder, Dublin weekly newspaper /
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Dublin : Richard Milliken and Son, Grafton-Street, 1828.
Reproduction of original in British Library, London - Presented by the author.
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