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However, this was blocked by King George III who argued that emancipating Roman Catholics would breach his Coronation Oath to act as protector of Protestantism. , given that the old Irish parliament was seen as hostile to the majority Catholic population, some of whose members had only been given the vote as late as 1794 and who were legally debarred from election to the body. From time immemorial mankind had seen this as a pivotal period in the cycle of the seasons and bonfires were lit to welcome the sun back.

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