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TALES OHARA FAMILY 3VL (Ireland, from the Act of Union, 1800, to the death of Parnell, 1891). John Banim (3 April 1798 – 30 August 1842), was an Irish novelist, short story writer, dramatist, poet and essayist, sometimes called the "Scott of Ireland

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The Acts of Union 1800 (sometimes referred to as a single Act of Union 1801) were parallel acts of the Parliament of Great Britain and the Parliament of Ireland which united the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Ireland (previously in perso.

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Act of Union, (Jan. 1, 1801), legislative agreement uniting Great Britain (England and Scotland) and Ireland under the . 1, 1801), legislative agreement uniting Great Britain (England and Scotland) and Ireland under the name of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The Irish Rebellion of 1798 brought the Irish question forcibly to the attention of the British Cabinet; and William Pitt. The Irish Rebellion of 1798 brought the Irish question forcibly to the attention of the British Cabinet; and William Pitt the Younger, the British prime minister, decided that the best solution was a union.

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In 1800 the Act of Union was passed by both the Irish and British parliaments despite much opposition. Ruling Ireland direct from Westminster solved nothing. The union was a political expedient in wartime, solving none of the grievances in Ireland over land, religion or politics

In 1800 the Act of Union was passed by both the Irish and British parliaments despite much opposition. It was signed by George III in August 1800 to become effective on 1 January 1801. Pitt intended to follow the Act of Union with other, more far reaching reforms, including Catholic Emancipation, but was thwarted by George III, who refused to break his Coronation Oath to uphold the Anglican Church. The union was a political expedient in wartime, solving none of the grievances in Ireland over land, religion or politics. It had no social dimension at all. Ireland's economic problems were also ignored.

In Ireland, a new group of rebels, known as the Croppies, were ready for the fight. Up to a point, the justice of the rebels' cause was implicitly acknowledged in the 1800 Act of Union, which came into effect in January 1801. The Croppies took their name and style from the French Jacobins, who had close-cropped hair to show their contempt to the aristocratic powdered wig. Across the country, though, support for a fight was patchy. William Pitt the Younger viewed Ireland's exclusion from full union as an anomaly and the direct cause of much disaffection among Ireland's ruling class. In his eagerness to enlist support, he strove to further the cause of Catholic emancipation.

A tale of 1798 (Ireland, from the Act of Union, 1800, to the death of Parnell, 1891). Published 1978 by Garland Pub.

John Banim was an Irish novelist, sometimes called the "Scott of Ireland". The Croppy, a Tale of 1798 (1828) is hardly equal to the earlier tales, though it contains some wonderfully vigorous passages. Banim taught drawing in Kilkenny, where he fell in love with one of his pupils. His affection was returned, but the parents of the young lady interfered and removed her from Kilkenny. She pined away and died in two months. The Denounced, The Mayor of Windgap, The Ghost Hunter (by Michael Banim), and The Smuggler followed in quick succession, and were received with considerable favour. John Banim, meanwhile, had become much straitened in circumstances.

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