Dundalk Louth History Military : A glorious victory, obtained by S. Henry Tichbourne, and Captaine Marroe over the rebels, at a place called Dundalke neere Dublin; : with the number of men slaine and taken prisoners in that skirmish. Amongst the rest Sir Philome O Neale, narrowly escaping fled to Newry, whither Sir Henry with a new supply of 600. soldiers is now gone. Also how the Lord MacGuere was examined, and three of his footmen hanged. With many other very remarkable passages, brought over by the last post. With an order of the House of Commons, concerning the free offer of 6000. li. of the county of Buckingham, towards the reliefe of Ireland. Ordered forthwith to be printed. H. Elsinge, Cleric Parli. Com.
Dundee Scotland History 17th Century Sources : At Edinburgh the twentie day of May 1645 : The Committee of Estates taking to their consideration the traiterous designes of the intestine enemie against this kingdome ...; Scotland.
Dungarven Waterford Ireland Siege 1642 : Certaine and good news from the west of Ireland and city of Cork / sent in a letter from John Davis ... ; concerning the taking and besieging of the town of Dungarven and the overthrow of many hundred of the Irish rebells ; with some other shirmishes as they marcht from Youghall.; Davis, John,
Dungarven Waterford Siege 1642 Early Works To 1800 : Certaine and good news from the west of Ireland, and city of Cork. : Sent in a letter from John Davis, attendant on Sir Charles Vavasour, who is there resident under the Lord President of Munster, unto his father, Master Nelson, living in the new pallace yard at Westminster. Concerning the taking and besieging of the town of Dungarven, and the overthrow of many hundred of the Irish rebells. With some other skirmishes, as they marcht from Youghall.; Davis, John,
Dunkerque France History Siege 1658 : An Account of the siege of the famous city of Dunkirk by the English forces, &c. : together with the scituation, natural strength, and antient and modern fortifications of the said place.
Dunkerque France Maps Early Works To 1800 : A new map of Dunkirke new Fr. castle in the sea : The town and citadel of Dunkirk, with the new harbour for ships and castle in the sea, was surveyed the 23d of May anno 1681. / By Andrew Yarranton.; Yarranton, Andrew,
Dunlape Margaret : All the proceedings at the sessions of the peace holden at Westminster, : on the 20. day of Iune, 1651. against Thomas Tydford, Elizabeth Sorrell the elder, Margaret Dunlape, Anne Burley, Frances Bedwell, Elizabeth Sorrell the yonger, and Thomas Kearby. Together, with their severall examinations and behaviours before the justices, and the petition of six of them, as also their recantation; with the sentence and punishment of Thomas Kearby, for his blasphemous impiety, and wilfull obstinacy. To which is added a postscript, to deterre all men to avoyd such horrid blasphemies. This is perused (and thought fit to be published) by divers of the justices of the peace within the city and liberty of Westminster, for the satisfaction of the publique. July 22. 1651. E.H.
Dunlop William 1700 : An elegie on the death of Mr. William Dunlop principal of the University of Glasgow.; Paul, James,
Dunn Christopher Active 1700 : A sermon preach'd at St. Michan's Church in Dublin, February the 23d, 1700. : Upon receiving into the communion of the Church of England, the Honble Sir Terence Mac-mahon, Knt & Barnet and Christopher Dunn, converts from the Church of Rome. : Wherein is an account also of a late controversie, betwixt the author and some Romanists. / By John Clayton, Præbendary of St. Michan's.; Clayton, John,