|Title:||An answer to a most pernicious and factious petition, framed against the Scots in Ireland:: together with the vindication of a gentleman from the false aspertions of Major Robert Ormesby: as also some serious queries to be presented to the said Major in behalfe of the state.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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An answer to a most pernicious and factious petition, framed against the Scots in Ireland:: together with the vindication of a gentleman from the false aspertions of Major Robert Ormesby: as also some serious queries to be presented to the said Major in behalfe of the state.
London: [s.n.], Printed in the year. 1647.
Great Britain -- History
Ireland -- History
Cunningham, John, -- Captain.
An Answer to the infamous and scanda∣lous Libel, presented by way of Petition to the Right Honorable, Sir THOMAS FAIRFAX his Excellency, in the name of the English now a∣bout London inhabiting, having interest in the Barronies of Raphoe and Kilmacrennan in the County of Donnegall and Kingdome of Ireland.
The Petition is thus
The Answer is as followeth.
September the ninth, 1647. The Vindication of Captain John Cunningham, from the false aspersions cast upon him by Major Robert Ormesby, concerning his Troope, al∣ledged by Ormesby, never to have been raised, occasioned in taking of a List of the Officers name at Derby-house, the 28. of August last, in Master Frost the Secretaries chamber, for a dividend of some moneyes to bee given unto the severall Officers towards their journey into Ireland.
Articles whereupon Major Ormesby is to be tryed at a Councell of War.
Queries to be put to Major Ormesby by the Lord President of Connaugh concerning the 4000. l. he Petitions the Parliament for.