The Encounter: A Novel

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The resulting Penal Laws stripped Irish Catholics of their rights including; the ability to serve as an officer in the British Army or Navy, hold any government office, vote, buy land, practice law, attend school, serve an apprenticeship, possess weapons, and practice their religion. The Catholic Church, which once exercised great power, found its influence on socio-political issues in Ireland much reduced. London, Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts, Theatre Decor, London, Arts Council of Great Britain, Clark Loan Collection, no. 34, London, Tate Gallery, John Piper, November 1983 - January 1984, no. 62.

Pages: 180

Publisher: Prestige Books (April 1993)

ISBN: 8185218684

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