ireland 1868-1914

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  • Ireland 1868-1914
    • 1868-1874
      • Gladstone's mission was to 'pacify Ireland.'
        • The irish Church Act 1869
          • Gladstone promised to disestablish the Church in Ireland and it brought Disraeli down with the Noncomformist vote.
            • Causes
              • Liberationists used the anomalous position of the Anglican church in Ireland.
                • Attacks on the injustices of the Church came to be channelled against the union itself.
                  • The house of lords accepted that the electorate had spoken and so acted moderately.
                    • Terms
                      • Anglican Church in Ireland was disestablished


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