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31. 49. 64. 66. 74. 53 p. 120. 53. 51. 32. 57 David Fitzpatrick's chapters in the forthcoming New History of Ireland. 40. 90. 60 Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Reprint, London 1969), p. 125. 61 p. S. 62-63. 389-462. 242; PJ. l-206. 39. 65 Ibid. 42. 46. 49. 53. 53-54. 57. 65. 113. 99. 91. 119. 95. 77. 84. 80 The Nation, 21 March 1874. , 8 August 1874. 82 United Irishman, 18 November 1876; John Denvir to Isaac Butt, 24 and 27 August 1876, I. Butt Papers, National Library oflreland, Ms 8698 (36).
But let him leave behind him all the grandeur and magnificence of the aristocratic halls of Belgravia, and pass to the crowded dens of the mere Irish . . " The Irishman's respect for the sacerdotal character he points out as something superior to theological perception, and incidentally explains, in a manner that is almost suggestive, the Irishman's preference for the priests of his own country — a preference in too many instances disregarded, and in some superciliously overborne by those unacquainted with the mysteries of the Irish mind and heart.
Of the exaltation of the Irish mind and heart in all that appertains to matters of faith, Dr. Todd speaks in the highest terms. " Indeed, the burden of all he says is that the highest spiritual perception is inherent in the Irish nature, and superior to all the knowledge of the most excited theosophists. A higher authority still - indeed, the highest in the Church of England - a prelate whose heart is as large as his piety and learning are eminent, and his life pure and self-sacrificing - in a conversation with the writer of these letters some months since, testified in still higher terms to the spiritual 24 A Survey of the Irish in England exaltation and moral superiority of the Irish people.
A Survey of the Irish in England (1872) by Alan O'Day