Memoirs of the War Carried on in Scotland and Ireland: M.DC.LXXXIX.-M.DC.XCI. (Google eBook)

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Bannatyne, 1833 - Ireland - 359 pages
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Contents

The Duke of Hamilton to Lord Melvill 14 Jun 1689
228
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 14 Jun 1689
229
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 1689
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Lord Melvill to the Duke of Hamilton 18 Jun 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 27 Jun 1689
235
The King to David Earl of Leven and MajorGeneral Mackay 10 Jul 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 20 Jul 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 22 Jul 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 24 Jul 1689
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The Duke of Hamilton to Lord Melvill 28 Jul 1689
248
Sir William Lockhart to Lord Melvill 28 Jul 1689
249
Sir John Dalrymple to Lord Melvill 28 Jul 1689
250
The Duke of Hamilton to Lord Melvill 29 Jul 1689
251
Sir William Lockhart to Lord Melvill 29 Jul 1689
253
Sir Patrick Hume of Polwarth to Lord Melvill 29 Jul 1689
254
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 29 Jul 1689
256
The Duke of Hamilton to Lord Melvill 30 Jul 1689
257
The Lord Cardross to Lord Melvill 90 Jul 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 2 Aug 1689 P
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Lord Melvill to the Duke of Hamilton 8 Aug 1689
261
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Earl of Leven 17 Aug 1689
262
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 17 Aug 1689
268
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 26 Aug 1689
269
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 30 Aug 1689
270
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 30 Aug 1689
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Lord Cardross to Lord Melvill 3 Sept 1689
275
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 10 Sept 1689
276
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 16 Sept 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 16 Sept 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 9 Nov 1689
298
Sir James Leflie to Lord Melvill 6 Dec 1689
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Sir James Leflie to MajorGeneral Mackay 9 Dec 1689
302
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 12 Dec 1689
305
The King to the Earl of Leven MajorGeneral Mackay and Sir George Munro 18 Dec 1689
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Instructions to Earl of Leven MajorGeneral Mackay and Sir George Monro 18 Dec 1689
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Difficulties represented to the King by the Earl of Leven Major General Mackay and Sir George Monro 18 Dec 1689 P
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 21 Dec 1689
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 31 Dec 1689
314
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill Dec 1689 317 57 Additional Instructions by the King to David Earl of Leven MajorGeneral Mackay and Sir ...
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 13 Jan 1890
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Instructions by the King to MajorGeneral Mackay Feb 1690
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MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 6 Feb 1690
324
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 18 Jun 1690
326
MajorGeneral to the Duke of Hamilton 23 Jun 1690
327
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 28 Jun 1690
328
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 7 Jul 1690
331
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 10 Jul 1690
333
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 24 Jul 1690
336
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 26 Jul 1690
338
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 28 Jul 1690
340
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Duke of Hamilton 30 Jul 1690
342
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 17 Aug 1690
343
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 29 Aug 1690
346
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 1 Sept 1690
349
MajorGeneral Mackay to the Privy Council 2 Sept 1690
353
MajorGeneral Mackay to Lord Melvill 8 Sept 1690
355
The Privy Council to the King 16 Oct 1690
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The Privy Council to Lord Melvill 16 Oct 1690
358

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Page xvii - O let not our sins now cry against us for vengeance ; but hear us, thy poor servants, begging mercy and imploring thy help, and that thou wouldest be a defence unto us against the face of the enemy. Make it appear that thou art our Saviour and mighty Deliverer, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Page iii - DAVID CONSTABLE, ESQ. ANDREW COVENTRY, ESQ. JAMES T. GIBSON CRAIG, ESQ. WILLIAM GIBSON CRAIG, ESQ. HON. GEORGE CRANSTOUN, LORD COREHOUSE.
Page iii - WILLIAM GOTT, ESQ. ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ. LORD GRAY. RIGHT HON. THOMAS GRENVILLE. THE EARL OF HADDINGTON. 40 THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND BRANDON.
Page iv - THE EARL OF KINNOULL. DAVID LAING, ESQ. [SECRETARY.] THE EARL OF LAUDERDALE, KT THE REV. JOHN LEE, DD ALEXANDER WELLESLEY LEITH, ESQ.
Page xvii - Stir up thy strength, O Lord, and come and help us; for thou givest not alway the battle to the strong, but canst save by many or by few. O let not our sins now cry against us for vengeance; but hear us thy poor servants begging mercy, and imploring thy help, and that thou wouldest...
Page 28 - Dundee ufually aflured his Highland Chiefs of Clans, that he was fure of the dragoons, but that it was not yet time to call them, being more ufeful to him where they were ; that he faw him read letters from his Lady to the fame purpofe, naming particularly the forementioned officers, together with one Lieutenant Murray of the fame regiment, a young debauched fellow, but one of the aéliveft inftruments in that plot.
Page 60 - ... alter his refolution with thofe few men till he had conducted them into a place of fecurity, notwithftanding he was very well fatisfied of the truth of what they alledged. The reafon of the refolutions was, that he apprehended more the purfuit of Dundee (whom he knew not to have been killed) with his horfe, than that of the Highlanders, whom he knew to be fo greedy of plunder that their general would not get them that night to purfue us ; therefor he refolved to keep the moft inacceffible ground...
Page 303 - Cardrofs to be Colonell and Captain of one troop, Robert Jackfon to be Lieutenant Colonell and Captain of another troop, and Patrick Home of Polwart, to be Captain of the third troop, and Guthrie to be Major without any troop. 13. You are to modell three troops of horfe to be commanded by the Earle of Eglingtoun, the...
Page 57 - Highlanders, he turned about to fee how matters flood, and found that all his left had given way, and got down the hill which was behind our line, ranged a little above the brow thereof, fo that in the twinkling of an eye in a manner, our men, as well as the ennemy, were out of fight, being got doun pall mall to the river where our baggage flood. At which fad fpectacle it may be eafily judged how he was furprized, to fee at firft view himfelf alone upon the field...
Page iii - SIR WILLIAM MACLEOD BANNATYNE. LORD BELHAVEN AND STENTON. GEORGE JOSEPH BELL, ESQ. ROBERT BELL, ESQ. 10 WILLIAM BELL, ESQ.