Irish History (Pre-1900s)

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  • Irish History 1867-1922 (Pre-1900)
    • William Gladstone: A Liberal Prime Minister, who was a very good advocate for humanitarian work in Ireland. A very religious man who felt his main aim in office was to "pacify Ireland".
      • Irish Church Act:  Gladstone disestablished the Church of Ireland. This meant that Catholic farmers no longer had to pay tithes (taxes) to the Church.
      • First Land Act: This land act brought in the three f's which were:
        • Free Sale: This allowed Tenants to make money on the selling of the land, if they made changes to  the land.
        • Fair Rents: Rent prices were now based on a tribunal decision as opposed to the landlord.
        • Fixity of Tenure:


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