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Britain

Impacts of Catholic Emancipation - on Catholics

QuestionAnswer
Positive Roman Catholics allowed seat in Parliament.
Positive The 1871 Universities Tests Act - opened uni to Catholics.
Positive Wellington in forcing through Catholic Emancipation converted many Ultra-Tories to demand reform of Parliament.
Positive Catholics were allowed to practice their religion in private.
Negative Had to pay a 10% tax on crops for the upkeep of the Anglican Church of Ireland. In the 1830s there was a resistance against this because many people didn't pay it.
Negative Ireland now wanted the Act of Union to be repealed so they could have Home Rule..
Created by: supercars