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Author: MacConnor, Dermond, 17th cent.
Title: The copy of a letter written from Dermond MacConnor,: one of the chiefetaines of the Irish rebels, unto the King of Spaine, for aide and assistance against the English, and Protestants, being brought by an English marchant from Madrid and translated out of the Spanish originall. Also, a copy of another letter written from Lisbon in Portugall, concerning the execution of 4. noblemen, 4. gentlemen, and 3. bishops, and one of the inquisition. All traytors against the King of Portugall, Iohn the fourth. And to make up the 13th. the Bishop of Lamego, who had lately crown'd the King, yet since found guilty, with others, in a great treason and cruell massacre plotted, intending to kill the King of Portugall, his Queene, his sonne, and two daughters, and to burne the pallace, and citie, all in one day.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The copy of a letter written from Dermond MacConnor,: one of the chiefetaines of the Irish rebels, unto the King of Spaine, for aide and assistance against the English, and Protestants, being brought by an English marchant from Madrid and translated out of the Spanish originall. Also, a copy of another letter written from Lisbon in Portugall, concerning the execution of 4. noblemen, 4. gentlemen, and 3. bishops, and one of the inquisition. All traytors against the King of Portugall, Iohn the fourth. And to make up the 13th. the Bishop of Lamego, who had lately crown'd the King, yet since found guilty, with others, in a great treason and cruell massacre plotted, intending to kill the King of Portugall, his Queene, his sonne, and two daughters, and to burne the pallace, and citie, all in one day.
MacConnor, Dermond, 17th cent.

London: Printed for R. Harford, 1642.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
Portugal -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88933.0001.001

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A Letter from DERMOND MAC CONNOR, one of the Chiefetaines of the Irish Rebels, unto the King of Spaine.