Derry Northern Ireland Defence Measures Early Works To 1800 : The Protestants triumph, or, A particular description and prospect of London-derry : in its situation, building, fortification, and the defence it has made against the French and Irish papists ... : together with an old Irish prophesie, that relates to the subduing that nation.
Derry Northern Ireland History Siege 1608 : Later newes from Ireland : concerning the late treacherous action, and rebellion, of Sir Carey Adoughertie, and Felli Me Reeah Mack Dauy : with the cunning & deceitefull surprising of Captaine Hart, his wife and children, and the castle of Kilmore, his ransacking & burning of the cittie of Derry &c., and the inhumane murther of Sir George Paulet, his associates, and most of the inhabitants of Derry aforesaid.
Derry Northern Ireland History Siege 1688 1689 Sources : A Particular relation of the great victory obtained by the Protestants in London-Derry, and the taking of the Duke of Berwick prisoner : to which is added, an account of the English courage of Robert Caston, master of a small vessel, that engaged two French privateers, with the particular of that action.
Derry Northern Ireland History Sources : A concise view of the origin, constitution and proceedings of the Honorable Society of the Governor and Assistants of London, of the New Plantation in Ulster: within the realm of Ireland, commonly called the Irish Society / compiled principally from their records.; Irish Society (London, England)
Des Barres Joseph F W Joseph Frederick Wallet 1722 1824 : Letters to Lord ***** on A caveat against emigration to America [electronic resource] : with the state of the island of Cape Breton, from the year 1784 to the present year : and suggestions for the benefit of the British settlements in America : lately published by William Smith, Esq., formerly surgeon physical on the military establishment of that island, and late chief justice thereof.; Des Barres, Joseph F. W.
Desborough England Economic Conditions : An Act for Dividing and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields in the Parish of Desborough, in the County of Northampton [electronic resource].; Desborough (England)
Desborough John 1608 1680 : The Lamentation of the safe committee. Or, Fleetwood's teares, Hewson's last, Desborough's cart, met together at Hangmans-fayre. : With their neck-verses, and severall discourses thereon.