Ulster Ireland History : A direction for the plantation in Vlster : Contayning in it, sixe principall thinges, viz. 1. The securing of that wilde contrye to the crowne of England. 2. The withdrawing of all the charge of the garrison and men of warre. 3. The rewarding of the old seruitors to their good content. 4. The means how to increase the reuenue to the Crowne, with a yearely very great summe. 5. How to establish the puritie of religion there. 6. And how the vndertakers may with securitie be inriched.; Blenerhasset, Thomas.
Ulster Northern Ireland And Ireland : The present state and condition of Ireland, but more especially the province of Ulster : humbly represented to the kingdom of England / by Edmund Murphy, Secular priest and titular chanter of Armach, and one of the first discoverers of the Irish Plot.; Murphy, Edmund,
Ulster Northern Ireland And Ireland Campaigns : 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,
Ulster Northern Ireland And Ireland Early Works To 1800 : The present state and condition of Ireland, but more especially the province of Ulster, : humbly represented to the kingdom of England. By Edmund Murphy, secular priest, and titular chanter of Armach, and one of the first discoverers of the Irish Plot.; Murphy, Edmund,
Ulster Northern Ireland And Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : By the King, A declaration. James R. : Whereas a considerable part of our army in this our kingdom of Ireland is pursuant to our orders and directions now drawn together in the province of Ulster, in order to the suppressing and bringing under our obedience such of our subjects as have lately taken up arms against us in that province. ...; England and Wales.