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The Royal Society. In England, ten percent of the clergy could not accept the restored Church of England, and several thousand nonconformists died in prison. In Ireland, the Catholic majority had been dispossessed from owning 60 percent of the land in to nine percent in The new regime restored a third of this land, but without toleration for Catholics.
In Scotland the reestablishment of episcopacy drove a third of the ministry out of the church. Families withdrew from church attendance; some went into rebellion. These events created fears among the English that the King aimed at tyranny. Divine right monarchy was asserted by the Anglican clergy , disaffected officeholders were removed , and the Whig campaign was discredited as likely to lead to civil war. Charles twice sent James to rule in Scotland , cementing the loyalty of the Scottish elite to his family.
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Ireland became quiescent, but here Mr. Harris is less authoritative. Some recent historians see James as a successful monarch intent on improving the lot of his coreligionists who was 87 overthrown only by an invading Dutch army and the collaboration of some of the English elite. For Mr. Harris, James was undone by his failure to maintain the alliance with Tory Anglicans that Charles had forged. In overwhelmingly Catholic Ireland under Tyrconnnell, ninety percent of the army and twothirds of the corporations were made Catholic, and the Catholic clergy were pensioned and publicly celebrated the liturgy.