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Author: Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684.
Title: The interest of England in the Irish transplantation, stated: wherein is held forth (to all concerned in Irelands good settlement) the benefits the Irish transplantation will bring to each of them in particular, and to the Common-wealth in general, being chiefly intended as an answer to a scandalous, seditious pamphlet, entituled, The great case of transplantation in Ireland discussed. Composed and published at the request of several persons in eminent place in Ireland, to the end all who desire it, might have a true account of the proceedings that have been there in the business of transplantation, both as to the rise, progress, and end thereof. By a faithfull servant of the Common-wealth, Richard Laurence.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The interest of England in the Irish transplantation, stated: wherein is held forth (to all concerned in Irelands good settlement) the benefits the Irish transplantation will bring to each of them in particular, and to the Common-wealth in general, being chiefly intended as an answer to a scandalous, seditious pamphlet, entituled, The great case of transplantation in Ireland discussed. Composed and published at the request of several persons in eminent place in Ireland, to the end all who desire it, might have a true account of the proceedings that have been there in the business of transplantation, both as to the rise, progress, and end thereof. By a faithfull servant of the Common-wealth, Richard Laurence.
Lawrence, Richard, d. 1684.

London: printed by Henry Hills, and are to be sold at the sign of Sir John Oldcastle near Py-coruer [sic], MCDLV. [1455, i.e. 1655]
Subject terms:
Church and state -- Ireland
Ireland -- Economic conditions
Ireland -- Commerce
Ireland -- Politics and government
Gookin, Vincent, -- 1616?-1659. -- Great case of transplantation in Ireland discussed
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74937.0001.001

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THE INTEREST OF ENGLAND IN THE IRISH Transplantation.