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Three tracts published at Amsterdam, in the years 1691 and 1692, under the name of Letters of General Ludlow to Sir Edward Seymour, and other persons, comparing the oppressive government of King Charles I, in the first four years of his reign, with that of the four years of the reign of King James II, and vindicating the conduct of the Parliament that began in November, 1640.
The independency of England, endeavoured to be maintained by Henry Marten, a member of Parliament there, against the claime of the Scotish Commissioners, in their late answer upon the bills, and propositions, sent to the King in the Isle of Wight.
by Marten, Henry, 1602-1680.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
An act of state, made by the Lords justices and councell of Ireland for the observation of the three and twentieth day of October yeerly, to be a day of Thanks-giving, for the discovery ad prevention of the horrible conspiracy and plot of the papists to massacre all the Protestants in that kingdom : W. Parsons, Jo. Borlase.
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A new remonstrance from Ireland declaring the barbarous cruelty and inhumanity of the Irish rebels against the Protestants there : also an exact discoverie of the manners and behaviour of the Irish renegadoes here in
by Emitie, Thomas.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament concerning the rise and progresse of the grand rebellion in Ireland : together with a multitude of examinations of persons of quality whereby it may easily appear to all the world who were and still are the promoters of that cruell and unheard of rebellion : with some letters and papers of great consequence of the Earl of Antrims which were intercepted : also some letters of Mart which were granted by the Lord Mohun, Sir Ralph Hopton, &c and likewise another from the rebells in Ireland who term themselves the supreme councel for the Catholique-cause.
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A letter from the Earle of Forth to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex, lord generall, &c. dated 15 Feb., 1643 and His Excellencies answer thereunto dated 19 Febr, 1643 : also a petition of the well-affected nobility and gentry of the realm of Ireland who have suffered under the bloody rebels there, and presented to the Lords Justices to be presented to His Majesty, which was done accordingly, and the agents accepted to come to His Majesty.
by Forth and Brentford, Patrick Ruthven, Earl of, 1573?-1651.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
Victorious newes from Ireland being a battail fought by the Lord of Ormond, the nineteenth day of June, to the losse of two thousand of the rebels, ten miles beyond Limbrick, sent in letter to Master Thomas Flinge,
by Burgine, Darby.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The last true newes from Ireland being the copie of a letter sent from Dublin, to a gentleman of good ranke, and now resident in this city. Wherein is declared many great overthrowes and defeates given to the rebels. Likewise the manner how a great castle called Carricke Mayne (within 6. myles of Dublin) was taken by the English, and the rebels put to death, man, woman, and child. Also a true intelligence that the rebels are beaten by Sir Henry Titchburne out of Dundalke.
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