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Wolffe, ‘A Transatlantic Perspective: Protestantism and National Identities in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Britain and the United States’, in T. Claydon and I. McBride (eds), Protestantism andNational Identity: Britain and Ireland, c. 1650–1850(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,1998),291–309.21.See the introduction to this book. 22.See K. Watson, ‘Liberty, Loyalty andLocality: The Discourses of Loyalism in England, 1790– 1815’,PhD dissertation, Open University,1995,esp. 47–90.23.A look at the pamphlets of the Reeves Association underscores thesurprising lack of references to the Protestant character of the constitution despite the Churchand King ideology. See Reeves-Association, Association Papers. On the views of the loyalistassociations in general, see J.A. Caulfield, ‘The Reeves Association: A Study of Loyalism in the1790s’,PhD dissertation, University of Reading, 1988,221–23.‘Above All, Be Faithful to YourGod’ | 14724.See Watson, ‘Liberty’, ch. 2,esp. 114.25.See J. Smyth, ‘Anti-Catholicism,
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