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account of the transactions of the late King James in Ireland

account of the transactions of the late King James in Ireland

Wherein is contain"d the act of attainder past at Dublin in May, 1689. As also the proclamation for raising twenty thousand pounds per mensem, without an act of Parliament : With other proclamations and acts made there.

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Published by Printed for Robert Clavell, Jonathan Robinson, and Joseph Watts ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • James -- II, -- King of England.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[ii],63,[1]p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18994115M

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An Account of the transactions of the late King James in Ireland: wherein is contain'd the Act of Attainder past at Dublin in May, as also the proclamation for raising twenty thousand pounds per mensem without an act of Parliament: with other proclamations and acts made :// An Exact account of the most considerable transactions that hath occurred in Ireland, since the late K.

Jame's arrival :// King, State of the Protestants in Ireland, gives a smaller number. For the terms of the Act see a tract entitled An Account of the Transactions of the late K. James in Ireland, (). Clarke, James An Account of the great defeat that Major General Kirk gave the Irish forces near Charlemont under the command of the Lord Strabane and Colonel Gordon O-Neal: likewise the transactions of the late King James in Ireland since the arrival of His Grace the Duke de :// Author: Heath, James, Title: A chronicle of the late intestine war in the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland with the intervening affairs of treaties and other occurrences relating thereunto: as also the several usurpations, forreign wars, differences and interests depending upon it, to the happy restitution of our sacred soveraign, K.

Charles II: in four parts, viz ?view=toc. Archbp. King. State of Protestants in Ireland under K. James II. List of K.

James’ Parlt. ofin Appendix thereto. Etats des Troupes du Roi d’Angleterre ADD. MSS.D’Alton Illustrations of K. James’ Army List, Pedigree of Butler and O’Shuaghnessy op. cit. Tract July 7, Transactions of the late K. James in   20 See Bradshaw, ‘Cromwellian reform’, p. After the failure of the experiment in appointing Richmond in as lieutenant-general in the north parts, the duke was appointed lieutenant oflreland in Reid, R.

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Mary le Bow in Cheapside, Octob. being the day appointed by act of Parliament in Ireland, for an anniversary thanksgiving for the deliverance of the Protestants of that kingdom, from the bloudy massacre and rebellion begun by the Irish papists, on the 23d of October, |Sermon preached to the Arms: Ar.

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