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ies for himself, his heirs and his successor, as far as in him lies. How was the treaty fulfilled? In less than three weeks the English Parliament excluded Catholics from the Irish House of Lords and Commons. In four years thereafter the Catholic population was disarmed, all the priests banished, parents deprived of all meanetty constables, but in towns to provide Protestant watchmen. In a war with a Catholic prince, persons robbed by privateers to be indemnified by money levied on Catholics only. Catholic wives, upon their conversion, to have an increase of jointure; Catholics keeping school to be prosecuted as convicts. Nobody permitted to hold pCatholics keeping school to be prosecuted as convicts. Nobody permitted to hold property in trust for a Catholic. Rewards given of £50 for discovering a Catholic bishop, £20 for a priest, and £10 for a teacher. No Catholic to take more than two apprentices, except in the linen trade. No Catholic to marry a Protestant, and any priest celebrating such a marriage to be hanged! Such were some of the barbarous e