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By the Generall Assembly of the Confederate Catholicks of Ireland whereas severall declarations and protestations are said to have been unlegally and unduely by secret, foule and sinister practices, and under-hand-working, lately obtained from some particular persons ...
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A speech, made in Parliament by Mr. Glyn on Wednesday the 5 of January 1641 : concerning the breaches of the priviledges thereof, by breaking open the chambers truncks and studies of the six worthy members of Parliament upon their accusation of high treason by His Majesty.
by Glynne, John, Sir, 1603-1666.Get full text
A speech delivered by Mr. Pym at a conference of both Houses ocasioned from divers instructions resolved upon by the House of Commons, and presented to the Lords and read by Sir Henry Vayne : discovering the dangers and miseries the three kingdomes are liable unto by reason of His Majesties evill consellors as the effects doth declare : as also the justice, reasonablenesse, and necessitie of changing them.
by Pym, John, 1584-1643.Get full text
An exact and full relation of the great victory obtained against the rebels at Dungons-Hill in Ireland, August 8. 1647. by the forces under the command of Colonel Michael Jones. With a letter from the said colonel, to the right honorable, the committee at Derby house. Together with a perfect list of all that were slain, and taken prisoners. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this relation be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
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Articles exhibited to the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, against the Lord Inchiquine Lord president of Munster, subscribed by the Lord Broghill and Sir Arthur Loftus Knight. Together with a full and cleare answer their unto made whereby it appeares that the said articles are false scandalous and full of groundlesse aspersions. Subscribed by Rich. Gething Secretary to the said Lord President.
by Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674.Get full text
His Majesties declaration to the City and Kingdom, concerning his present restraint under the power of the sword; and his propositions touching the Kingdom of Ireland, the citizens of London, the decay of trade, and his present suffering by the Army. Dated at Windsor Decemb. 21. 1648, and published for generall satisfaction to all those who desireth peace and true government. Also, a declaration from 18. counties, within the realm of England, concerning the King, the Parliament, and Army, and their resolution thereupon. Likewise, the proceedings of the councell of Warre, charge against the King, and his Majesty to be tryed at Windsor. And new propositions to his Excellency the Lord Gen. Fairfax, in reference to the King, City, and Kingdom.
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Exceeding happy nevvs from Ireland. Declaring the proceedings of the Protestant army in Kildare, against the Castle of Ithlone, the Castle of Knock and Mores Castle, with the manner of the fight, and the victories obtained by these worthy champions, August 26, namely the Earle of Ormond, the Earle of Ballamore, the Lord Lisle, Colonell Vavaser, Colonell Monke, and Noble Captaine Ogle. Expressing the manner of the rebels meeting the Protestant forces, and the number of those that were slaine on both sides, and taken prisoners. Sent from Captaine Stephens, to his brother William Stephens, living in Crutcher-Fryars, London, and now published by Authority.
by Stephens, Stephen.Get full text
The Lord Marques of Argyle's speech to a grand committee of both Houses of Parliament, the 25th of this instant June, 1646. Together with some papers of the commissioners for the kingdom of Scotland, wherein they do give their consent to the sending of the propositions of peace to His Majesty, and desire their armies to be supplyed, and the accounts between the kingdoms to be perfected, to the end all armies may be disbanded, &c. Also His Majesties letter to the Marques of Ormond, discharging all further treaty with the Irish rebels. And a letter from General Major Monro concerning the state of affairs in Ireland. Published by authority.
by Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of, 1598-1661.Get full text