Ireland High Court Of Chancery : Rules and orders appointed to be observed in the High Court of Chancery in Ireland : for preventing any abuses in the said court, multiplicity of suits, motions, and unnecessary charges to the suitors; and for their more expeditious and certain course of relief. By His Grace Michael Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan, and Lord High Chancellor of all Ireland.; Boyle, Michael,
Ireland History 17th Century Sources Early Works To 1800 : Orders establisht in the popish generall assembly, : held (under the specious pretence of supreme authority, and being his Majesties good subjects) at the city of Kilkenny in Ireland. Wherein both root and branches of the English nation, as also the very essence of Protestant religion are wholly struck at.; Ireland.
Ireland History 1172 1603 Early Works To 1800 : Hiberniæ Merlinus for the year of our Lord 1683. Being the first from bissextil or leap year. : Containing the constitutions of the air, the rising and setting of the sun, the tides, the terms and their returns, with many other useful observations, fitted to the longitude and latitude of all places within this kingdom of Ireland, and the western parts of England. With a chronology of all the chief governours from the 1th of Henry the 2d 1172 to this present year 1682, with many other remarkable observations and useful tables, with additions. With high-ways, fairs and markets: / John Bourke philomath.; Bourke, John,
Ireland History 1525 1649 Early Works To 1800 : A great and bloody plot against the Protestants, discovered to have taken the castle at Dublin, and murthered the commissioners of Parliament. : Divers taken prisoners, among whom were, the Lord Tath, Sir Edward Varney, Colonell Vane, Colonell Barrey, Captaine Poore, Captaine Treswell, Mr. Brent a lawyer, Alderman Joanes, Alderman Clerke, and divers others. With a declaration by the Suprem [sic] Councell of the Confederate Catholicks at Kilkenny: and their treachery against the English Protestants. Also severall great victories obtained by the Lord Inchequin in Munster. And the defeat of the Irish rebels under Owen Roe O Neale. Certified by the commissioners letters from Dublin, appointed to be printed and published. Philip Fernelley, Cleric. Parl. Dom. Com.
Ireland History 1558 1603 Sources : A proclamation for the obseruation and due execution of certayne statutes : and a summarie abridgement of euery of the same statutes folowyng, to be duely kept and obserued within this realme of Irelande. An.D. 1576. &. 19. Elizabeth Reginae..; Ireland.
Ireland History 1595 1612 Early Works To 1800 : A collection of such orders and conditions, as are to be observed be [sic] the undertakers, upon the distribution and plantation of the eschaeted [sic] lands of Vlster..; England and Wales.
Ireland History 1600 1649 Early Works To 1800 : A message from a committee of both Houses of Parliament, to the Spanish ambassador, to make stay of ships at Dunkerk, intended for the supply of the rebels in Ireland.; England and Wales.