By Ciaran Brady, Jane Ohlmeyer
During this publication top historians problem conventional perspectives in regards to the British conquest and colonization of eire throughout the 16th and 17th centuries. They display the contradictions, disappointments and screw ups, which attended the efforts of English and Scottish colonists. particularly, the British turned more and more conscious of the necessity to not spoil the assets they initially sought to use.
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I. McGuire, ‘The Church of Ireland and the “Glorious Revolution” of 1688’ in A. Cosgrove and D. ), Studies in Irish History presented to R. Dudley Edwards (Dublin, 1979), pp. 137–49. 22 Ciaran Brady and Jane Ohlmeyer of a united Irish polity upon them, the English in Ireland again found themselves compelled to conceive of ways of affirming and advancing the inclusivist aspirations intrinsic in the idea of the kingdom. And later still, as they became more fully aware of the manner in which they too faced a threat presented by the most English elements within the multiple British monarchies, apologists for the English interest in Ireland again sought for means of defending the autonomy and distinctiveness of a single Irish kingdom.
I, sess. 2, ch. i; 13 Eliz. I, sess. 1, ch. iii, Statutes of Ireland, I, pp. 340–1, 374, 387–8; the parliament also passed a bill declaring the retrospective attainder of Christopher Eustace and others executed for treason after the Kildare rebellion in the 1530s, and the reversal of the Kildare attainder passed at that time. The texts of the proclamations can be found in PRO, SP 63/4/13 enclosure i, 23 June 1561; SP 63/8/19, 15 March 1563; HMC, Fifteenth Report (London, 1893), appendix III, ‘Haliday Mss’, pp.