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From: "Edward Andrews" <>
Subject: RE: Test Act in Derry
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 11:35:28 +0100
The Book is Ulster Emigration to Colonial America 1718 - 1775.
Routledge and Kegan Paul, London 1966.
(My copy is signed by the Author - My wife worked with him)
I believe that it has been republished by the Ulster Historical Foundation.
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> Subject: Re: Test Act in Derry
> In a message dated 00-04-21 10:53:27 EDT, Edward Andrews write:
> << Dickson - the standard for emigration at this time, certainly
> allows that
> the disadvantage of Presbyterianism subsequent to Glorious
> Revolution was an
> influence on the people who immigrated - especially if "the Minister
> Sponsored it" Dickson p 5 (1966 1st ed). In 1718, the ministers certainly
> did sponsor it.
> Edward -
> Could give a more complete citation for this reference?
> Would it cover the migration of Presbyterian families from Donegal in
> 1680-1690 period, following the lead of Francis Makemie? I am
> trying to get a
> better understanding of how much of an exodus actually took place
> at the time.
> Thanks -
> John Polk
> Havre de Grace MD
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