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A true narrative of the late dreadful fire which happened near Limus in Ratcliff, on Wednesday last, being the eighteenth of this instant September, about five of the clock in the morning, and continued till four in the afternoon, and burnt down above forty houses ere it could be extinguished. With an account of two women which were burnt in their beds, and several others spoil'd and maim'd during this fatal conflagration. With allowance.
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A true and impartial account of their Majesties army in Ireland. [Disc]overing the designs of the late K. James, and the French army, [si]nce the embarking and landing of His Grace the Duke of [S]chonberg, to this present time; with the particulars of what [h]appened lately at the seige of Carickfergus, Dundalk, Charlemont, [a]nd Cavan, and of several other passages since the army went into winter quarters.
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A true account from Lisburn in Ireland, of the examination of Robert Burdett painter, Joshua Shanks, Robert Hodscase, seamen; Thomas Gray, shoemaker, Henry Moore and Richard Givart, skinners, and inhabitants of Limerick, who made their escape lately from thence, and give this following account.
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To the right honourable the Lords, and the honourable Commons in this present Parliament assembled. The humble address, remonstrance, and supplication, of the truly loyal, yet unprovided for commission officers, now living in London or Westminster, or within the Bills of mortality, &c. And who have not estates or employments sufficient for a comfortable subsistence.
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The speciall committee appointed by the House of Commons for the better expediting of the affaires of Ireland, now in so great extremitie desire that all the adventurers for Ireland would meet tomorrow morning, being Friday the second of the instant Iune, in Grocers Hall ...
by Goodwin, Robert, 17th cent.Get full text
His Highness the Prince of Orange his speech to the Scots Lords and Gentlemen with their address, and His Highness his answer. With a true account of what past at their meeting in the Council-Chamber at Whitehall, Jan. 1688/9. His Highness the Prince of Orange having caused advertise such of the Scots Lords and Gentlemen, as were in town, met them in a room at St. James's, upon Monday the seventh of January at three of the clock in the afternoon, and had this speech to them.
by William III, King of England, 1650-1702.Get full text