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Definition of Ribbonism

noun The principles and practices of the Ribbonmen. See Ribbon Society, under Ribbon.

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Ribbonism, whose adherents were usually called Ribbonmen, was a 19th century popular movement of Catholics in Ireland. It was active against landlords and ...

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Ribbonism, whose adherents were usually called Ribbonmen, was a 19th century popular movement of Catholics in Ireland. It was active against landlords and ...

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Irish Catholic sectarian secret-society movement that was established at the beginning of the 19th century in opposition to the Orange Order, or Protestant ...

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n. 1. The principles and practices of the Ribbonmen. See Ribbon Society , under Ribbon. Ribbonism, Ribandism. the principles of the Ribbon Society, a Roman ...

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Definition of RIBBONISM. : the principles or practices of Ribbonmen. Browse. Next Word in the Dictionary: ribbon jasper. Previous Word in the Dictionary: ribbon ...

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Ribbonism. A Catholic association organised in Ireland about 1808. Its two main objects were (1) to secure “fixity of tenure,” called the tenant-right; and (2) to ...

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Wikipedia has an article on: Ribbonism В· Wikipedia. (historical) A nineteenth- century popular movement of Catholics in Ireland, active against landlords and their ...

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that the immediate impetus came, and in late 1819 Ribbonism was especially ... attempts. Having penetrated into Galway from the north-east, Ribbonism spread ...

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Ribbonism engendered a sense of identity wider than that of the familial and regional ... proactive influence among immigrant Irish Catholic workers, Ribbonism ...