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What crimes were the Irish likely to be arrested for? The published returns on arrests do not provide this information, since references to the national background of those arrested are not cross-tabulated with another list of references to the offences for which these people were charged. Nevertheless, a general trend can be detected in these statistics. For example, in 1865, of the 1,108 women arrested, of whom 749 were Irish, 41 were charged with assault and 104 with larceny or suspected larceny.
Irish-Catholic ratepayers, who by any standard had achieved economic success in the form of house occupancy, almost two-fifths of them were in unskilled occupations. Broad categories, however, could well obscure the occupational diversity of unskilled Irish Catholics. 32 Unfortunately, it is not possible to distinguish the varying grades of labourer: some may have had more or less secure employment in factories and warehouses, and others could probably count on regular, if seasonal, employment with Irish-Catholic contractors in the building trades.
The role of the priest, Bishop Charbonnel insisted, was to edify the people "by giving a shining example of religious [life] in the worship of God & the performance of sacred rites ... "17 This emphasis on the sacramental nature of the priesthood raised the status of the clergy and at the same time separated them from the laity. The replacement of the trousers and frock coat by the soutane and Roman collar was the most visible confirmation that the clergy were a distinct order. "18 Ultimately, the new conception of priesthood depended on the enforcement of ecclesiastical discipline along ultramontane lines.