|Author:||Mackenzie, John, 1648?-1696.|
|Title:||A narrative of the siege of London-Derry, or, The late memorable transactions of that city faithfully represented to rectifie the mistakes and supply the omissions of Mr. Walker's account / by John Mackenzie ... ; the most material passages relating to other parts of Ulster and Sligo are also inserted from the memoirs of such as were chiefly concerned in them.|
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A narrative of the siege of London-Derry, or, The late memorable transactions of that city faithfully represented to rectifie the mistakes and supply the omissions of Mr. Walker's account / by John Mackenzie ... ; the most material passages relating to other parts of Ulster and Sligo are also inserted from the memoirs of such as were chiefly concerned in them.
Mackenzie, John, 1648?-1696.
London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin ..., 1690.
Text printed in double columns.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Walker, George, -- 1645?-1690. -- Siege of Londonderry in 1689.
Londonderry (Northern Ireland) -- History -- Siege, 1688-1689.
THE LATE Memorable Transactions OF THE CITY OF London-Derry, &c.
appendix of documents
The Letter to my Lord Mountjoy, from the Inhabitants of Derry.
The Letter to the Society at London, sent from Derry by Mr. Cairns.
A Letter from Inniskillin, directed to David Cairns, Esq or the other Officers commanding in chief now in London-Derry.
The DECLARATION of the Inhabitants of Derry.
The Lord Mountjoys Articles, with the City of Derry, 21 Dec. 1688.
The Antrim Association.
The Kings Letter to Ireland, by Captain Leighton.
The Declaration of the Protestants of Sligo, January the 4th. 1688/9.
Collonel Lundy's Instructions.
Mr. Hamiltons Instructions.
The Kings Letter to Collonel Lundy, by Mr. Cairns.
Instructions to Mr. David Cairnes.
Mr. Cairns Certificate.
Articles at a Council of War, at Derry, April 10th. 1689.
Collonel Tiffins and Captain Lyndons Certificate to Collonel Cunningham.
Instructions for our Trusty and well beloved Robert Lundy Esquire, Governour of our City and Gar∣rison of London-derry in our Kingdom of Ire∣land.
Proposals of Articles to be made to the Right Ho∣nourable Lientenant G•neral Hunnston by the Go∣vernours, Commanders, Officers, Soulaiers and Citizens of the City and Garrison of London-derry, the 11th of July 1689.
An Account of Officers killed and taken by the Be∣sieged in Derry, during the Siege.
An Account of all the Enemies Officers killed during the Siege.
An Account of the Bombs.
An Account of the Subsistance delivered out of the Stores to the Soldiers, by the Store-keepers.
The Names of the Clergy that stayed in London-Derry, in the time of the Siege.