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1 Boulter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, i. 210: ‘There are, probably, in this kingdom five Papists to at least one Protestant.’ Durand to Clloiseul, 30 July, 1767. Angleterre T. 474, ‘la proportion est au moins de quatre contre un.’ So Arthur Young: ‘500,000 Protestants, two million Catholics.’ Tour in Ireland, II. 33.
3 ‘The people, saving a few British planters here and there, which were not a tenth part of the remnant, obstinate recusants.’ Bedell to Laud, in Burnet's Bedell. The civil wars changed the proportion.
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