2 edition of The Victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland found in the catalog.
The Victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 251:E.141, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Smith, Brian, 17th cent.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5 p.|
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Leger gave battell. The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland: from the beginning of March to this present, being the of the same month. The Victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland book a letter sent from Master Brian Smith, minister in His Majesties ship called the Banaventure, riding before Kingsaile, which was read in the honourable House of Commons, on Monday the of March Bible Society In Ireland.
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Bible Society In Ireland. A Full Account Of The Proceedings At A Meeting At Carrick On Shannon Between The Protestants And Catholics. The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland;: from the beginning of March to this present, being the of the same month. With a letter sent from Master Brian Smith, minister in His Majesties ship called the Banaventure, riding before Kingsaile, which was read in the honourable House of Commons, on Monday the of March Author: 17th cent.
Brian Smith. The victorious proceedings of the Protestant armie in Ireland: vnder the command of the Right Honourable Maj. Gen.
Iones, in his late expedition against the Irish rebels. Wherein is set forth, severall great overthrowes, given to the The Victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland book rebles, since the 9. of October last, Author: R. The secret lives of Ireland’s Protestants. UCD research project documents the cultural experiences of growing up Protestant.
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Exceeding good newes from the Neweries in Ireland.: Being, the true copie of a letter sent from Dublin the of Aprill, To Sir William Adderton, now resident in London, from Mr. Stephen Iohnson merchant.
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On August 2,British Author: Frances Mulraney. A true relation of the present state of Ireland, vvith the victorious proceedings of the Protestants against the rebells there: being sent in a letter to a merchant of note in London, Maij More true and exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland, or, The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in the Neweries, and in the north parts of Ireland, from the 11 of Aprill, to this present shewing in a most true and reall relation the manner of three glorious and renowned battels fought by these worthy pillars of the Protestant religion, following: the first, by the lord president of Munster, in the north.
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