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But what exactly would be done about social, economic and religious affairs? And what powers would be enjoyed by the new parliament in a new Anglo-Irish relationship? A speech by the Liberator to a mass audience on 14 May 1843 was typical. My first object is to get Ireland for the Irish … Old Ireland and liberty! That is what I am struggling for … What numberless advantages would not the Irish enjoy if they possessed their own country? A domestic parliament would encourage Irish manufactures … Irish commerce and protect Irish agriculture.

For the new Whig government after 1830 the immediate priority in Ireland was the restoration of law and order, a policy which, implicitly, many leaders of the Roman Catholic laity and clergy were prepared to accept. Tithe war Violent resistance to paying the tithe – lasted from 1831 to 1838. Key term However, it soon became clear in the years immediately following emancipation that it would be difficult to mount a new mass campaign in Ireland in favour of repeal, although some sporadic agitation was organised.

But it also attempted to embrace a wider range of issues, such as electoral reform, reform of the Church of Ireland, tenants’ rights and economic development, in order to advance the interests of the whole Catholic community. Though membership of the Association was not confined to Catholics, O’Connell did aim at making the Irish Catholic Church an integral part of the whole movement, since, as he rightly realised, the role of the parish priests was of crucial importance in spreading the message and helping to collect the Catholic rent.

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