Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Campaigns : True intelligence from Ireland, : relating hovv Dundalke should have been betrayed into the hands of the rebels by a protected papist, dwelling two miles from Dundalke, in whose house was found 300. armed men, all put to the sword by Capt. Vaughan and his companies. : With very many things worthy to be taken notice of, from Dublin. / Sent by the last post from a worthy gentleman of very good repute.
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Finance Sources : His Majesties message to the House of Commons : concerning an order made by them for the borrowing of one hundred thousand pounds of the adventurers money for Ireland, together with the ansvver of the House of Commons in Parliament thereunto.; England and Wales.
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Naval Operations Early Works To 1 : The Hollanders embassage to England. : Concerning, the good will which they bear to the Protestants in Ireland: signified in a letter which they sent to Sir Iohn Penington, vice-admirall of his Majesties fleet. Also, his letter, and their answer. As also. The description of the sea-fight, which was between the Hollanders, and the navie belonging to Dunkirk, which was provided to ayd the rebels in Ireland: the Hollanders getting the conquest, and they the overthrow. With, the humble petition of the inhabitants of the countie of Essex: to the honourable knights and burgesses of the House of Commons in Parliament.
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Personal Narratives : A copy of a letter concerning the traiterous conspiracy of the rebellious papists in Ireland : being a true relation / written by a gentleman of good worth, who hath suffered by them much dammage and losse in his estate, and hardly escaped with his life.; Alexander.
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Prophecies : Strange and remarkable prophesies and predictions of the holy, learned, and excellent James Usher, late L. Arch-Bishop of Armagh ... : giving an account of his foretelling I. the rebellion in Ireland ..., II. the confusions and miseries of England in church and state, III. the death of King Charles the First, IV. his own poverty and want, V. the divisions in England in matters of religion ... / written by the person who heard it from this excellent persons own mouth ...; Ussher, James,
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Sermons : A sermon preached in Christ's-Church, Dublin, on the 23d. of October, 1698 : being the anniversary thanksgiving for putting an end to the Irish Rebellion, which broke out on that day, 1641, before the House of Lords / by Nathanael Lord Bishop of Waterford and Lismore.; Foy, Nathaniel,
Ireland History Rebellion Of 1641 Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A sermon setting forth the duties of the Irish Protestants : arising from the Irish Rebellion, 1641 and the Irish tyranny, 1688, &c. Preached before His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Lords spiritual and temporal, and divers of the Commons: in Christ-Church, Dublin, October 23. 1692. By Edward Lord Bishop of Cork and Ross.; Wettenhall, Edward,
Ireland History War Of 1688 1691 Early Works To 1800 : Great and good news from His Grace the Duke of Schomberg's camp at Dundalk: : containing, I. A full account of the discovery of the villianous [sic] design of the French papists. II. The address of the Presbyterian ministers in the north of Ireland, to his Grace the Duke of Schomberg. III. The address of the Quakers, in the province of Ulster, to his Grace the Duke of Schomberg. IV. A true list of the Irish prisoners taken by the renowned men of Eniskillen, at the battel of Newtown. Licensed and entred according to order.
Ireland History War Of 1689 1691 Confiscations And Contributions So : The report of the commissioners appointed by Parliament to enquire into the Irish forfeitures. / Deliver'd to the honble House of Commons the 15th of December 1699 ; with their resolutions and addresses to His Majesty relating to those forfeitures, as also His Majesty's gracious answers thereunto, and his most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament the 5th of January 1690.; England and Wales.
Ireland History War Of 1689 1691 Personal Narratives : An Account of the transactions in the north of Ireland, anno domini 1691, and of many other remarkable passages during our last years successful campaign in that kingdom : with a particular relation of the manner of beseiging and taking the town of Sligoe by storm by the Honourable Collonel John Michelburne, Governor of London-derry, and sometimes Governour of the town and fort of Sligoe, the commander in chief of their Majesties forces in the province of Ulster,
Ireland History War Of 1689 1691 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The glorious conquest: or, the repeated victory of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough : first in the taking the city of Cork; secondly, Kings-sale, and the strong adjacent forts. To the tune of Valiant jockey. Licensed according to order.
Ireland History War Of 1689 1691 Prisoners And Prisons Registers : A list of the names of the Irish prisoners, now lodg'd in So-ho-square, London. : Being the several lords, generals, collonels, lieutenant-collonels, majors, captains, &c. which were taken prisoners at the several actions of Ballymore, Athlone and Aghrim; and lately (by sea) brought from Dublin to England.