Pacata Hibernia: or, A history of the wars in Ireland, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Hibernia-Press Company, 1810 - Great Britain
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Page 675 - Deum de Deo, lumen de lumine Deum verum de Deo vero genitum non factum consubstantialem patri, per quem omnia facta sunt. qui propter nos homines et propter nostram salutem descendit de coelis et incarnatus est de spiritu sancto ex Maria virgine et homo factus est...
Page 675 - Qui propter nos homines, et propter nostram salutem, descendit de coelis, et incarnatus est de Spiritu Sancto, ex Maria Virgine; ET HOMO FACTUS EST. Crucifixus etiam pro nobis: sub Pontio Pilato passus et sepultus est. Et resurrexit tertia die secundum Scripturas; et ascendit in...
Page 400 - O'Donnell and the Spaniards ; whereat little wonder is to bee made, considering what power religion and gold hath in the hearts of men, both which the Spaniards brought with them into Ireland.
Page 661 - ... was slaine with a shot, whereupon his men (together with a fresh charge of our horse) were so amazed and terrified, partly by his death, and partly by their owne danger, that they brake instantly and for better expedition throwing away their Armes, leaped into the river Bandon, hoping by that meanes to escape, but that little availed them, for they all for the most part were either killed or drowned in the river...
Page 699 - ... carried on with so continuall action, and enduring without any intermission of winter breathings, and that the difficulties at this time to keepe any forces in the place where...
Page 479 - Carafena concerning the reception of him and the affairs of Ireland, which was one of the most gracious letters that ever king directed, for by it, it plainely appeared that hee would endanger his kingdome to succour the Catholikes of Ireland to their content, and not faile therein, for the perfecting whereof great preparations were in hand.
Page 671 - Domino possumus, prosequi volentes, ipsumque a quibusvis excommunicationis suspensionis, et interdicti, aliisque Ecclesiasticis Sententiis, censuris, et poenis a jure, vel ab homine, quavis occasione, vel causa latis, si quibus quomodolibet...
Page 695 - Lps., that if I erre in the one, or hereafter alter the other, you will not impute it to my want of sincerity or constancy, but to the nature of the subject whereof I must treat, or of the matter whereon I work : And first to present unto your Lordships the outward face of the foure Provinces, and after to guesse (as neere as I can) at their dispositions. Mounster by the good...
Page 431 - Conference. honourable enemy ; and the Irish not onely weake and barbarous, but (as hee feared) perfidious friends, hee was so farre in his affection reconciled to the one, and distasted with the other, as he was thereby induced to make an overture of such a composition as might be safe & profitable for the state of England, with least prejudice to the Crown of Spaine, by delivering into the Viceroyes power the towne of Kinsale, with all other places held by the Spaniards in Ireland, so as they might...
Page 440 - Ensignes displayed, Artillery, and other whatsoever provisions of warre, and any kind of stuffe, as well that which is in Castlehaven, as Kinsale and other parts. Item, That they shall...

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