Ireland History 1641 1660 : A declaration of the treacherous procedings [sic] of the Lord of Inchequin against the Parliament of England, : and some officers in their employment in the Province of Munster in Ireland. / By Collonel William Knight.; Knight, William,
Ireland History 1649 1660 Humour : A Bartholmevv Fairing, new, new, new: : sent from the raised siege before Dublin, as a preparatory present to the great thanksgiving-day. To be communicated onely to Independents.
Ireland History 1649 1660 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Carmen eucharisticon: a private thank-oblation, exhibited to the glory of the lord of hosts, for the timely and wonderfull deliverance, vouchsafed to this nation, in the routing of a numerous Army of Irish rebells before Dublin, : by the sword of his valiant servant, Michael Jones, Lieutenant-Generall for the Parliament or England. / Composed by Geo. Wither Esquire, August 29. 1649.; Wither, George,
Ireland History 1649 1660 Prophecies Early Works To 1800 : A brief judgment astrologicall, : concerning the present designe of the L. Governor (Lieutenant General Cromwell) against the rebels in Ireland: who marched hence, July, 10. Hor.5.m.30. p. meridiem. / By John Booker, student in astrology.; Booker, John,
Ireland History 1660 1688 Biography : The Wild-Irish captain, or Villany display'd : being the exploits and memoirs of that famous boglander the pretended marshal of the Kings-Bench David Fitzgerald / truly and faithfully related.
Ireland History 1660 1688 Humour Early Works To 1800 : News from Parnassus, in the abstracts and contents of three crown'd chronicles, relating to the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. : In a poem, divided into two parts : first, to the king, secondly, to the subjects of the said three kingdoms. Dedicated to His Majesty. / By a servant to Mars, and a lover of the muses, William Mercer.; Mercer, William,
Ireland History 1660 1714 Early Works To 1800 : Some reflections on a pamphlet entituled, A faithful history of the northern-affairs of Ireland : from the late King James his accession to the Crown, to the Siege of London-Derry. By an unknown authour, but one who pretends to have born a great share in those transactions. Whereunto are added the copies of several papers by way of appendix.
Ireland History 164491660 Early Works To 1800 : A bloody fight in Ireland: : and a great victory obtained by Sir Charles Coot Lord President of the province of Connaught, and commander of those forces, and of London-Derry, against the Brittish forces of Laggan; with some regiments of Irish and Highlanders, and Irish, under Major Generall George Monro. Major Belfore, Cap. Madder, and divers others slaine: and Lieu. Col. Galbryth, Maj. Hambleton, Cap. Steuart, Maj. Graham; and many other officers taken prisoners: and nine colours taken, and great store of arms and plunder. And Sir Robert Stuart, Col. Mervine, and Col. James Erskine, their regiments beaten. With the particulars of the fight, and a list of the chiefe that are slaine and taken. And twenty garrisons in the provost of Connaught, now possest by Sir Charles Coot, for the Parliament of England. July 2. 1649. These being faithfully collected out of the letters this day from London-Derry, are appointed to be printed. Imp. Theodor. Jenning.
Ireland History Anecdotes : A Brief character of Ireland : with some observations of the customs &c. of the meaner sort of the natural inhabitants of that kingdom.