Question 1: Only Anglicans were permitted to become
members of the Parliament of Ireland, though the great majority of
the Irish population were Roman Catholic, with
many ________ in Ulster.
Question 3: ________ is not included on the Union Flag, as when
the original Union Flag was devised England and Wales were one
country represented by the St George Cross.
Question 4: Articles I–IV dealt with the political aspects of the Union
which included Ireland having over 100 MPs representing it in the
united parliament, meeting in the ________.
Question 5: Article V created a united Protestant church, the United Church
of England and Ireland, but confirmed the independence of the ________.
Question 8: The flag created as a consequence of the union of the Kingdoms
of Great Britain and Ireland in 1800 still remains the ________.
Question 9: The final passage of the Act in the Irish Parliament was
achieved with substantial majorities, achieved in part according to
contemporary documents through ________, namely the awarding of peerages and honours to critics to get their votes.
Whereas the first attempt had been defeated in the [8 ] ________ by 109 votes against to 104 for, the second
vote in 1800 produced a result of 158 to 115.