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Williamite confiscations


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James II (1633—1701) king of England, Scotland, and Ireland

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The disposal of land forfeited by supporters of James II following the Williamite War. Confiscation was by individual indictments for treason, leading to outlawry and forfeiture of possessions. The immunities ...

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