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The Catholic Rent was a subscription that was to be paid monthly to the Catholic Association in Ireland. It amounted to one penny each month. This was a tactic that was used by Daniel O'Connell to raise money for his campaign to gain Catholic Emancipation i.e., the right for Catholics to sit in Parliament.
- Kinzer, Bruce L. (2001). Englands Disgrace? J.S. Mill and the Irish Question. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-4862-5.
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