Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland, During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Hibernia-Press Company, 1810 - Ireland
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Page 161 - House, yet the confluence of people that flockt thither to see him was so great, as in half an hour he could not make his passage through the crowd ; and after supper he had the like encounters at his returne to his lodging.
Page 91 - Your last letters I have received, and am exceeding glad to see your constant resolution of returne to subjection, and to leave the rebellious courses wherein you have long persevered, you may rest assured that promises shall be kept; and you shall no sooner bring Dermond...
Page 263 - ... inconveniences might be avoided, and hath found after long and serious debateing, that the readiest way to prevent the same is to reduce the state of her monies and coynes to the antient course of her progenitors, that is, to a difference in fineness betweene the monies of the realme of England and her realme of Ireland, and for that purpose hath caused great quantities of monies, according to that antient standard which was in use for this realme in the daies of her majesties father, brother,...
Page 34 - ... to the West;) you being linked unto each one of them, either in affinitie, or consanguinitie, are not linked together to shake off the cruell yoake of Heresie and Tyrannie, with which our Soules and Bodies are opprest ; All those aforesaid depending of your resolution, and relying to your...
Page 65 - At this time, therefore, Nugent came to make his submission to the President, and to desire pardon for his faults committed. Answer was made, that for so much as his crimes and offences had beene extraordinary, hee could not hope to bee reconciled unto the State except hee would...
Page 70 - ... destruction and exile : I am given to understand, that they pretend a journey towards the countie of Limerick, I am gathering the best force, and rising out of these parts to resist their wicked desires: Redmond Burke is bordering on the confines of...
Page 7 - ... in any wise notwithstanding. In witnesse whereof, wee have caused these our letters to be made Patents.
Page 161 - Towne, there was a mighty concourse of people, insomuch as all the Streets, Doores and Windowes, yea the very Gutters and tops of the Houses were so filled with them, as if they came to see him, whom God had sent to...
Page 63 - ... a more submissiue language, and forget to capitulate either for Lands, Title, or Charge. Florence is now departed towards his Countrey of Desmond, where leaving him in suspence, betwixt doubt and feare, wee will proceed in the accidents of Corke. Now the President discerning this Warre in Mounster to be like a Monster with many Heads, or a Servant that must obey divers Masters...
Page 3 - And our further will and pleasure is, that he receiue towards his charges all such Allowances, Fees, Profits, and Entertainments of Horse and Foot, as Sir Thomas Norris, Knight, our late President at the time of his death had; The same to begin from the day of the date, hereof, and to continue during our pleasure : And these shall be to you and to our Treasurer for the payment thereof sufficient warrant and discharge.

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