2 edition of Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion between 1642-46 found in the catalog.
Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion between 1642-46
|Statement||edited by James Hogan.|
|Contributions||Hogan, James, 1898-1963., Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 1614-1686., Bodleian Library., Irish Manuscripts Commission.|
|LC Classifications||DA943 .H67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||37022911|
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Of least interest, perhaps, are the copies of letters to the secretary of state in London (the originals can usually be found in the Colonial Office Papers relating to North America (CO 5), which have been printed, or at least calendared, in K.G. Davis’s Documents of the American Revolution, Colonial Office Series (21 vols Book reviews Aidan Clarke (ed.), Depositions, Volume IV, Dublin (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, , pp., €50 hardback) The Irish Rebellion has long been recognised as a climacteric event in the island’s woeful history of sectarian violence. The victims’ recollections of these atrocities,
The Book of Lismore: MS description, edition and history The following extract of the manuscript description is reproduced from Medieval Irish books and texts (to appear, Turnhout: Brepols, ) with kind permission of Prof. Emeritus Donnchadh Ó Corráin. Manuscript, Derbyshire, Chatsworth House, Book of Lismore; s. xv/xvi; folios; c. 37 by mm; scribes Aonghus Ó Callanáin and at 2 The Irish Catholic Confederation, also known as the “Confederation of Kilkenny’, (based in Kilkenny) was formed by Irish Catholic nobles, clergy and military leaders after the Irish Rebellion of This body, which its members assiduously denied was a parliament, governed roughly two-thirds of Ireland between and when it
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Letters and Papers relating to the Irish Rebellion between – Edited by James Hogan. xi, Dublin: Stationery Office. 10s. (Irish Manuscripts Commission.) - Volume 1 Issue 1 - Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion between Dublin: Stationery Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Hogan; Arthur Annesley Anglesey, Earl of; Irish Manuscripts Commission.; Bodleian :// 2 Sever all papers of the treatie between His Excellencie–1); Coote to the Committee of Both Kingdoms, 4 June (Hogan, James (ed.), Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion between –46 (Dublin, (ed.), The Tanner letters: documents of Irish affairs in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries extracted Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion between Published: Publisher: Stationery Office, Dublin.
Includes a letter dated July 8 th., dealing with the capture of the castles of Rathcoffey, Clongoweswood and Leixlip by Lieut. Col. Monck. Jennings, ?keywords=stationery. Sir Thomas Phillips is not to be found among the worthies of the Dictionary of National Biography, nor is he mentioned in Webb's Compendium of Irish Biography or Crone's Concise Dictionary.
He was one of those known in early-seventeenth Ireland as ‘ servitors ’—military men who had fought for the crown during Tyrone's rebellion and established claims on the royal generosity which they 1.
Why use this guide. This guide will help you to navigate the State Papers Ireland, the key resource at The National Archives for researching the social and religious history of Ireland between and All communities are represented in these records, including the Gaelic and Catholic Irish /research-guides/state-papers-ireland Gurney, Hudson.
[Miscellanea historica: Collection of papers of historical interest relating to the reigns of James I and Charles I], [17th century]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Guthry, Henry, ca.
://w6b56h3g. and other material relating to the Irish Army and the War of Independence. Summary. Mss. 31, Documents and copy documents, letters, journals. etc. re Irish Volunteers and national events. - July Mss. 31, F. O’Donoghue’s working notebooks as an officer of the. Irish Volunteers, Cork and of the IRB, Oct.
19l7-Mar lists/A18_ The baronetcy passed back a generation to Beaumont Hotham (b), younger brother of the 5th baronet. However, he died only four years later in and the small number of personal letters to be found in the family papers relating to the 6th and 7th baronetcy are to be found at U DDHO/13/:// We've categorised links by their time period so you may search Ireland's history through the ages.
This is the s, almost synonymous with the 17th century. Currently available: church records, passenger lists, Irish marriage records, and will Scots Armies in the Great Rebellion studies of the Irish regiments, Lenihan's book focusing on the Confederate war effort provides a good framework regarding their forces and many interesting snippets of regimental detail.
Contemporary Documents. The Otley Papers. Cromwell's letters from Ireland Papers relating to the The following works are essential: LP; StP, Lisle Letters; Acts of the Privy Council of England, ed. J.R. Dasent (46 vols; London, –); Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England, ed.
N.H. Nicolas (7 vols; London, –7); Calendar of Letters, Despatches, and State Papers Relating to the Negotiations between England and Spain (13 vols; London, –); G Laing, Letters and Journals of Baillie, II, Baillie writes about the conditions encouraging Scottish people to take the Covenant.
“But most of all the Irish cessation made the minds of our people embrace that means of safety.” A census of Ireland, circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances () by Irish Manuscripts Commission (Book) 10 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries MISCELLANEOUS FRAGMENTS, LETTERS AND PAPERS., British Library: referencedIn: MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, chiefly relating to ecclesiastical matters, 1.
"Extract of what past between the Greeks and Latins at the Councils of Ferrara and Florence held in the year ," etc. ://w6dv1pwg. Great Britain. Public Record Office: Calendar of letters, despatches and state papers relating to the negotiations between England and Spain: preserved in the archives at Simancas, Vienna, Brussels, and elsewhere.
(London: H.M. Stationery Off., ) (page images at ?key=Great Britain. Public Record. The History of the Union Between England and Scotland, With a Collection of Original Papers Relating Thereto (with a life of Defoe by Chalmers; London: J.
Stockdale, ), by Daniel Defoe, contrib. by George Chalmers (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Jacobite Rebellion, Her publications include Ireland and the War at Sea, (), The Depositions and the Irish Rebellion (edited collection, ).
She is the co-author of a forthcoming book on the navy during the s entitled The British Civil Wars at Sea (Boydell and Brewer.
November with Richard Blakemore). Professor Edward ?page_id= Letter book for the Receiver of Wrecks at Kingston upon Hull, England, Start Transcribing. This handwritten letter book was kept for James Sparrow, who worked for the B?page_version_id= The Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Pownall, and Samuel Cooper letter book ( pages) contains copies of 68 letters from Benjamin Franklin, Governor of Massachusetts Thomas Pownall, and Reverend Samuel Cooper of Boston.
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Irish History: Letters from Ireland, and The website is a database of transcriptions of letters from Oliver Cromwell during the English Civil War. The letter are written to a number of different people in Ireland, including the Governor of Kilkenny, The Speaker of the Parliament, Commander in Chief of the town of Wexford and Cromwell'sPART I: JAMES VI AND I; PART II: CHARLES I.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) A gripping new account of one of the most important and exciting periods of British and Irish history: the reign of the first two Stuart kings, from to the outbreak of civil war in - and why ultimately all three of their kingdoms were to rise in rebellion against Stuart ?&f[access_facet]=Online&f[era_facet]=The Correspondence of de Monlereul and the Brothers de Bellièvre, French Ambassadors in England and Scotland,2 vols.
(Glasgow, ). For a lucid modern account of the general diplomatic situation relating to the Scots, the King and Parliament, see C. V. Wedgwood. The King's War, Book