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Fenian
Nickname for a member of an organisation known as the Irish Republican Brotherhood, which was set up to fight British rule in Ireland.
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Satire
The use of humour or irony to make a point
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Presbyterians
Protestants whose church is run differently to the churches of England or Ireland. They did not recognise the British Monarch as their head, nor did they believe in Bishops. They are called non-conformists
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Catholic Emancipitation
involves giving Catholics the same rights of representation and civil liberties as enjoyed by Protestants
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Papist
Another word to describe a Catholic
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Card 2

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The use of humour or irony to make a point

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Satire

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Protestants whose church is run differently to the churches of England or Ireland. They did not recognise the British Monarch as their head, nor did they believe in Bishops. They are called non-conformists

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Card 4

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involves giving Catholics the same rights of representation and civil liberties as enjoyed by Protestants

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Card 5

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Another word to describe a Catholic

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