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Montgomery and the Black Man: Religion and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Ulster

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Irish historians have described Henry Cooke as a fiery demagogue, a canting hypocrite, and a promoter of violent anti-Catholicism. But his demonstrations were part of an Anti-Catholicism movement that was a dominant feature of Victorian England. He was undoubtedly an enemy of the Catholic Church, yet he might have been a doctor, a scientist or a professor, if not a Presbyt ...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Columbia Press (IE)
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