Ireland Foreign Economic Relations England : Wednesday the eighteenth of August 1652, : resolved by the Parliament that the Parliament doth declare and order that any cattle, sheep, horses, corn, or grain of any kinde shall or may be exported ... from England into Ireland (without paying custom or excise in England); England and Wales.
Ireland Foreign Relations : A true account of the present state of Ireland : giving a full relation of the new establishment made by the late King James, as it was presented to the right honble [sic] the Earl of Shrewsbury, His Majesties most honourable Privy Council : with an account of what sums of money, arms, and number of officers arrived there from France : together with the state of Derry and Enniskilling and several other affairs relating to that kingdom, particularly of the proceedings of their Parliament there / by a person that with great difficulty left Dublin, June the 8th 1689.; Walker, George,
Ireland Gazetteers Early Works To 1800 : Ireland. : Or a booke : together with an exact mappe of the most principall townes, great and small, in the said kingdome. Wherein the longitude, latitude, and distance of one towne from another, as also the county or province such place is in, alphabetically set down. Very usefull for all sorts of people, that have or may have any interest in that kingdome.
Ireland Genealogy Early Works To 1800 : The great book of Irish genealogies = Leabhar mór na nGenealach / compiled (1645-66) by Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh ; edited with translation and indexes by Nollaig Ó Muraíle.; Mac Firbis, Duald,
Ireland Guidebooks Early Works To 1800 : A guide for strangers in the kingdome of Ireland. : Wherein the high-wayes and roads from all the sea-townes, market parishes, great or small is truely set down, throughout every province, and the whole kingdom / by a surveyor thereof John Woodhouse. ; As also a map of Ireland and the townes thereof alphabetically printed ... ; As also, a true relation of the bloody massacres, tortures, cruelties, and abominable outrages committed upon the Protestants proved upon oath, and eye-witnesses.; Woodhouse, John.
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,