Drogheda Ireland History Siege 1690 : Great and good news from Ireland : being a full and true account of the beseiging and taking the famous town of Drogheda by storm with five thousand Protestant soldiers under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Dowglas : to which is added an impartial relation of the great and signal victory obtained over the Irish rebels near the city of Dublin, the late King James heading of his army in person, and of the taking the very horse on which he rid : also the number of men killed and prisoners taken during the whole action.
Drogheda Ireland History Sources : A copie of the oath taken by the Papists : as it was given to the governour and captaines by Fryer Darcy lately guardian of the Franciseans in Ireland and imployed by the rebels upon a treaty : with a short glosse upon the confused oath of the pretended Catholiques for this religious rebellion / by N. B.; N. B.
Drogheda Ireland History Sources Early Works To 1800 : A copie of the oath taken by the papists, : as it was given to the governour and captaines by Fryer Darcy, lately guardian of the Franciscans in Ireland, and imployed by the rebels upon a treaty. With a short glosse upon the confused oath of the pretended Catholiques for this religious rebellion. By N.B.; N. B.
Droin Jeanne Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Hentrich v. France : judgment of 22 September 1994 : B - Case of Beaumartin v. France : judgment of 24 November 1994 : C - Case of Kemmache v. France (no. 3) : judgment of 24 November 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Dromelius Gerrard : The tryal of Gerrard Dromelius, Michael Van Berg, and Catherine Van Berg, alias Trunet, for the murder of Mr. Oliver Norris, on the 13th of June last, : who were try'd at Justice-Hall in the Old Baily, on Friday the fifth of July, 1700.; Dromelius, Gerrard.