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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 12. Part 1. P. 114-116.
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"THE IRISH CHURCH TEMPORALITIES ACT" (1833) AND THE CHURCH POLICY OF THE BRITISH CONSERVATIVES IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 30S OF THE XIX CENTURY

Klochkov Viktor Viktorovich
Southern Federal University; Don State Technical University


Abstract. The article examines the religious situation in Ireland in the first third of the XIX century and the position of the United Church of England and Ireland in that period. The role and significance of the Irish crisis of 1832-1833 and the position of the Tory Party towards it are studied. The author considers the role of the leading figures in the Tory Party and their supporters in resolving the Irish crisis of 1832-1833. The text of the Irish Church Temporalities Act (1833) and the parliamentary debate in the course of its adoption are analyzed. The work shows the significance of the parliamentary session of 1833 in the formation of the principles of "rational conservatism" of R. Peel.
Key words and phrases: Объединенная церковь Англии и Ирландии, ирландский кризис 1832-1833 гг, "Акт о владениях и доходах ирландской церкви" 1833 г, Уильям Шоу Мэйсон, парламентская сессия 1833 г. в Великобритании, партия тори в 1832-1833 гг, "разумный консерватизм" Р. Пиля, United Church of England and Ireland, Irish crisis of 1832-1833, The Irish Church Temporalities Act (1833), William Shaw Mason, parliamentary session of 1833 in Great Britain, Tory Party in 1832-1833, "reasonable conservatism" of R. Peel.
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