By Durham, I T
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The rents were frequently collected by the callous and corrupt agents of the landlord. There was also unbelievable bitterness because of the tithe, an exaction from all regardless of religion, for the support of the (Anglican) Protestant clergy. This was collected by proctors who tended to be arbitrary in estimating the proportion of the crops constituting the tithe and to be hardhearted in its collection. In the towns Catholics were sometimes forbidden to ply any trade unless they paid a tax called quarterage.
Apparently with some grumbling Hunting Cap provided what was needed for his brother, who rose in a few years to a commanding position in the service of the King. In 1783 he was created a Count by Louis XVI, and in the final years before the Revolution he seems to have had the run of the palace. At the Revolution, he fled to Koblenz in 1792 and, after a short period in the emigré army, he went to England where he was active in organizing an Irish regiment for service against revolutionary France.
McCaffery's small volume Daniel O'Connell and the Repeal Year is, as the title indicates, limited to the short period before the Famine when the Repeal movement was at its height. It is based upon primary sources and is scholarly and fully documented (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1965). The Famine is extensively treated in the essays included in the book The Great Famine: Studies in Irish History, 1845-1852 edited by Professors R. Dudley Edwards and T. Desmond Williams of University College, Dublin (New York: New York University Press, 1957).
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