Ireland -- History -- 1525-1649 -- Early works to 1800. : A great and bloody plot against the Protestants, discovered to have taken the castle at Dublin, and murthered the commissioners of Parliament. : Divers taken prisoners, among whom were, the Lord Tath, Sir Edward Varney, Colonell Vane, Colonell Barrey, Captaine Poore, Captaine Treswell, Mr. Brent a lawyer, Alderman Joanes, Alderman Clerke, and divers others. With a declaration by the Suprem Councell of the Confederate Catholicks at Kilkenny: and their treachery against the English Protestants. Also severall great victories obtained by the Lord Inchequin in Munster. And the defeat of the Irish rebels under Owen Roe O Neale. Certified by the commissioners letters from Dublin, appointed to be printed and published. Philip Fernelley, Cleric. Parl. Dom. Com.
Ireland -- History -- 1601-1700. : Historical memoirs of the Irish rebellion, in the year 1641 : Extracted from Parliamentary journals, State-Acts, and the most eminent Protestant historians. Together with an appendix, Containing Several authentic Papers relating to this Rebellion, not referred to in these Memoirs. In a letter to Walter Harris, Esq.
Ireland -- History -- 1603-1659 -- Sources. : Memoirs of the Right Honourable the Marquis of Clanricarde : Lord Deputy General of Ireland. Containing several original papers and Letters of King Charles II, Queen Mother, the Duke of York, the Duke of Lorrain, the Marquis of Ormond, Archbishop of Tuam, Lord Viscount Taaffe, &c. relating to the treaty between the Duke of Lorrain and the Irish Commissioners, from February 1650, to August 1653. Publish'd from his Lordship's original Mss. To which is Prefix'd, A Dissertation, wherein some Passages of these Memoirs are illustrated. With a Digression containing several curious Observations concerning the Antiquities of Ireland.
Ireland -- History -- 1625-1649 -- Sermons. : Vox hibernæ, or, Rather the voyce of the Lord from Ireland : a sermon preached in Saint Peters Church at Westminster before divers of the right honourable the lords of the upper House in the high court of Parliament : on the last publike fast day, being Wednesday the 22th of December 1641 : wherein the miserable estate of the kingdome of Ireland at this present is laid open and the people and kingdome of England earnestlie exhorted to turne to Almight God by true repentance least the same iudgements or worse fall upon us / by the laborious and reverend Doctor Iames Vsher ...
Ireland -- History -- 1640-1660 -- Early works to 1800. : Die Sabbati, 29. Januarii. 1641. An order made by both Houses of Parliament, to prevent the going over of Popish commanders into Ireland : and also to hinder the transportation of arms, ammunition, money, corne, victuals, and all other provision to the rebels, and for the sending back of the Irish Papists lately come over.
Ireland -- History -- 1641-1649. : The memoirs of George Leyburn : Doctor of Divinity, Chaplain to Henrietta Maria Queen of England. Being a journal of his agency for Prince Charles in Ireland, in the year 1647. Accompanied with Original Instructions and Letters to the Author, from Prince Charles, Queen Mother, the Duke of Ormord, Lord Digby, Lord Clanriccard, the Pope's Nuncio, &c. Publish'd without the least alteration from the original in the author's own hand. To which is prefix'd, An account of the author's life, with his Remarkable Prediction concerning General Monck, and the Restoration of King Charles the Second, mention'd by Dr. Thomas Gumble, in the life of that great General. .
Ireland -- History -- 1642-1649 -- Early works to 1800. : Two letters of the Lord Digby : to the Lord Taaff, the Rebels General in Munster : Taken in the said Generals Cabinet, in the late battel between him and the Lord Inchiquine; shewing the Lord Digbies activeness there, to uphold a party among the Rebels for the King, against the Parliaments Forces in that Kingdom. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published. H:Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Ireland -- History -- 1660-1688 -- Biography. : The Wild-Irish captain, or Villany display'd : being the exploits and memoirs of that famous boglander the pretended marshal of the Kings-Bench David Fitzgerald / truly and faithfully related.
Ireland -- History -- 1660-1688 -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : News from Parnassus, in the abstracts and contents of three crown'd chronicles, relating to the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. : In a poem, divided into two parts : first, to the king, secondly, to the subjects of the said three kingdoms. Dedicated to His Majesty. / By a servant to Mars, and a lover of the muses, William Mercer.