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Iraeneus, Junior. / [1693] Deo ecclesiæ & conscientiæ ergo, or, A plea for abatement in matters of conformity to several injunctions and orders of the Church of England to which are added some considerations of the hypothesis of a king de jure and de facto, proving that King William is King of England &c as well of right as fact and not by a bare actual possession of the throne / by Irænevs Junior ...
Iraeneus, junior. / [1695] A sermon preached upon the thirtieth of January, 1694/5, in the parish of S. in the county of Norfolk by Samuel Snowden ...
Ireland. / [1695] Two acts: I. An act to take away damage clear. II. An act to take away the benefit of clergy from him that doth stabb another not having a weapon drawn.
Ireland. / [1690] The state and account of the seizures and other proceedings of the commissioners of forfeited estates, by themselves, and those who were employed by their authority, acting under a commission from Their Majesties: dated July 1690.
Ireland. / [1695] Two acts: I. An act for reviving two statutes lately expired, and making them perpetual; and for avoiding unnecessary suits and delays. II. An act for redress of inconveniences for want of proof of the deceases of persons beyond the seas, or absenting themselves, upon whose lives estates do depend.
Ireland. / [ann: 1647] An ordinance of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for a bill ordered to be sent to the Kings Maiesty, to be transmitted under the great Seale of England. Concerning the qualifications of the knights, citizens, and burgesses, who shall be admitted to sit in Parliament for this kingdome of Ireland. And for disbanding of those who refuse to take the oath. This ordinance of the House of Commons (in Parliament assembled) is printed and published according to order.
Ireland. / [1661] Instructions declaring how and in what manner the subjects may be furnished with gun-powder
Ireland. / [1676] By the commissinors [sic] apointed for hearing and determining the claims of trasplanted [sic] persons in the province of Connaught and county of Clare
Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1634] By the Lord Deputy and Councell.
Ireland. / [1662] By His Majesties commissioners appointed for putting in execution an act of Parliament intituled An act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of his kingdome of Ireland, and satisfaction of the several interests of adventurers, souldiers, and other his subjects there.
Ireland. / [1689?] Anno V. Jacobi II. Regis. Cap. I. An act of recognition of the just and most undoubted rights of His Majesties imperial crown.
Ireland. / [1669] Anno Regni Caroli Regis Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ Decimo quinto. At the Parliament begun and holden at Dublin, the sixteenth day of March in the fifteenth year of the reign of our most gracious soveraign Lord Charles by the Grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the Faith, &c. To the high pleasure of Almighty God, and to the weal publick of this realm, were enacted, as followeth.
Ireland. / [1697] An act to supply the defects and for the better execution of an act passed this present session of Parliament, entituled, An act for the better suppressing tories, and rapparees, and for preventing robberies, burglaries, and other hainous crimes.
Ireland. / [1695] An act to restrain foreign education.
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act to prevent Protestants inter-marrying with papists
Ireland. / [1697] An act to prevent frauds by clandestine mortgages ; An act for the more easy obtaining partitions of lands in coparcenary joyn-tenancy, and tenancy in common, and bounding and mearing of lands
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act to hinder the reversal of several outlawries and attainders and to prevent the return of subjects of this kingdom, who have gone into the dominions of the French King in Europe.
Ireland. / [M.DC.XC.IX. 1699] An Act for the relief and release of poor distressed prisoners for debt or dammages:
Ireland. / [1669] An Act for the setling of the excize and new impost upon His Majesty: his heirs and successors, according to the book of rates therein inserted.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the prevention of vexations and oppressions by arrests and of delays in suits of lavv.
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act for the preventing frivolous, and vexatious law-sutes and giving remedy to the parties grieved, to recover their costs at law, in certain cases, where heretofore no costs were given.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the more speedy and effectual proceeding upon distresses and avovvries for rent: Chap. XXII.
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act for the more easy, and speedy securing, and recovery of small debts
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the more effectual suppressing of prophane cursing and swearing.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the more easy discharging of sheriffs upon their accounts and from being justices of the peace.
Ireland. / [1662] An act for the inlargement of the periods of time limited in an act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of His kingdom of Ireland, &c.
Ireland. / [M.DC.XXXV 1635] An act for the Kings Maiesties most gracious, generall, and free pardon.
Ireland. / [Anno 1615] An act for the graunt of one entier subsidie by the temporaltie.
Ireland. / [M.DC.XXXIIII 1634] An act for the granting of eight entire subsidies by the prelates and clergie of Ireland.
Ireland. / [1665] An act for the explaining of some doubts arising upon an act intituled, An act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of His kingdom of Ireland and satisfaction of the several interests of adventurers, souldiers, and other his subjects there; and for making some alterations of, and additions unto the said act, for the more speedy and effectual settlement of the said kingdom.
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act for the confirmation of articles, made at the surrender of the city of Limerick
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the better securing the government by disarming papists
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the better suppressing Tories, robbers and rapparees and for preventing robberies, burglaries, and other hainous crimes.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the better observation of the Lords-day commonly called Sunday.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for the better regulating of measures in and throughout this kingdom
Ireland. / [1662] An act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of his kingdome of Ireland and satisfaction of the several interests of adventurers, souldiers, and other His Majesties subjects there.
Ireland. / [1669] An Act for settling the subsidy of poundage, and granting a subsidy of tunnage: And other sums of money, unto His royal Majesty, his heirs and successors: the same to be paid upon merchandizes imported and exported into or out of the kingdom of Ireland, according to a book of rates hereunto annexed.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for taking special bails in the country upon actions and suits depending in the Courts of King's-Bench, Common-Pleas, and Exchequer at Dublin.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for prevention of frauds and perjuries.
Ireland. / [1697] An act for making the collectors receipts for quit-rent, crown rent, and other rents due to the crown, full and legal discharges for the same, and for limiting their fees thereon ; An act for taking away the benefit of clergy in some cases
Ireland. / [1689] An act for keeping and celebrating the twenty third of October as an anniversary thanksgiving in the kingdom of Ireland.: Together with a form of divine service, to be used there on the same day. : These are to give notice, that the Protestants of Ireland, at present in and about the city of London, intend to meet (at the Church of St. Mary le Bow) upon Wednesday the twenty third day of this instant October, at ten of the clock in the morning, in pursuance of an act of Parliament in that kingdom, to give thanks to almighty God for the deliverance from the bloody massacre and rebellion begun by the Irish Papists the twenty third day of October, 1641.
Ireland. / [1662] An act for incouraging Protestant-strangers and others to inhabit and plant in the kingdom of Ireland
Ireland. / [1695] An act for granting tales on tryals to be had in the court of the county palatine of Tipperary, before the seneschall.
Ireland. / [1695] An act for granting unto His Majesty, an aid or additional custom on the several goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.
Ireland. / [MDCXCVII 1697] An act for granting a supply to His Majesty, by raising money by way of a poll
Ireland. / [M DC XC VII i.e. 1697] An act for banishing all papists exercising any ecclesiastical jurisdiction, and all regulars of the popish clergy out of this kingdom.:
Ireland. / [1695] An act for continuing the statute for an additional excise upon beer, ale, and other liquors: Chap. XXIII.
Ireland. / [1697] An act for avoiding of vexatious delays, caused by removing actions and sutes out of inferior courts ; An act for redress of certain abuses, in making pewter and brass
Ireland. / [1695] An act concerning fines in the County Palatine of Tipperary: Chap. XX.
Ireland. / [1695] An act declaring which days in the year shall be observed as holy-days.
Ireland / [M DC XCIX. 1699] An act for raising the summ of one hundred and twenty thousand pounds, on all lands, tenements and hereditaments in this kingdom.
Ireland Lord Lieutenant. (1687-1688 : Richard Talbot, Earl of Tyrconnell) / [Anno Dom.1687] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Whereas we are informed that several disaffected persons ithin this has Majesties kingdom, have been of late very industrious by false reports and malicious insinuatons ...
Ireland, Thomas, b. 1577 or 8. / [1610] The oath of allegeance defended by a sermon preached at a synode in the Metropoliticall Church of Yorke; by Thomas Ireland, Bachelour in Diuinitie.
Ireland, Thomas, d. 1676. / [1654] Momus elencticus, or, A light come-off upon that serious piece of drollerie presented by the Vice Chancellor of Oxon ...
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1663] Verses spoken at the appearance of the King and Queene, Dvke and Dutchesse of York in Christ-church Hall, Oxford Sept. 29, 1663 By Th. Ireland ...
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1663] Speeches spoken to the King and Queen, Dvke and Dvchesse of York, in Christ-Church Hall, Oxford, Sept. 29, 1663
Ireland, Thomas, Sir. / [1651] An exact abridgement in English of all the reports of that learned and reverend judge Sir James Dyer Knight, and sometimes Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas composed by Sir Thomas Ireland ... ; wherein is contained the very substance of all those reports at large ; with a perfect table to the same ...
Ireland. Army. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] The sentence of the Councell of VVarre, pronounced against the Lord Mountnorris, in Ireland the twelfth of December, 1635.: VVith the Lord Mountnorris petition to the Parliament concerning his iniuries and wrongs sustayned by the Lord Deputy deceased.
Ireland. Army. Council. / [1641] A true copie of the sentence of warre pronounced against Sir Francis Annesley, Knight, and Baron Mountnorris, in the realme of Ireland, in the castle chamber at Dublin in Ireland, the 12 of December 1635 together with His Lordships petition against Thomas, Earle of Strafford, exhibited into the honourable assembly of the Commons House of Parliament the seventh of November, 1640.
Ireland. Commissioners appointed to enquire into the Forfeited Estates. / [printed in the Year M.DCC. 1700] The report made to the honourable House of Commons, Decemb. 15. 1699. By the commissioners appointed to enquire into the forfeited estates of Ireland:
Ireland. Commissioners for executing the Act of Settlement and the Act of Explanation. / [1666] Rules, orders, and directions: appointed by his Majesties Commissioners for executing the Act of Settlement and the Act of Explanation of the same, to be observed by all persons concerned before them.
Ireland. Commissioners for stating the accounts of the army. / [1691] By the Commissioners for stating the accounts of the army Upon perusal of the accounts of the army ...
Ireland. Commissioners for the Settling and Securing the province of Ulster. / [anno Dom. 1653] By the Commissioners for the settling and securing the province of Vlster.
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1652] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland Whereas many persons, who have been in arms against the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, and have of late come in upon articles, and submitted to the government of the said Common-wealth, and since their said submission ...
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno. Dom. 1654] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England, for the affairs of Ireland. The said Commissioners, taking into their consideration the want the forces in Ireland would be in the next vvinter for hay, fire and candle, if a timely provision were not made for them, did by their order of the 21. of April last, referr the same to a Committee of Officers, who have (in order to a timely supply) offered as followeth.
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1654] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the common-wealth of England, for the affairs of Ireland. It is ordered and declared, that the officer for the time being, commanding in chief the forces within every respective precinct, and the Commissioners of the revenue there, or any three or more of them, whereof the said chief officer to be one, shall and may, and are hereby authorized to inform themselves, of such persons that are popish recusants or Irish within their respective precincts that by former declarations are to be removed into Connaught and the county of Clare.
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1653] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. Whereas the said Commissioners are informed, that many officers and souldiers who have faithfully served the Common-wealth in Ireland are seduced (by the insinuations of covetous minded persons who (for luckre sake) lye in wait to purchase the poor souldiers dearly earned wages) to make sale of their debenturs ...
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1653] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. Whereas several persons being sued for just debts have been, and are dayly taken in execution, and to avoid the payment of their said debts out of their estates, do continue in prison, and enjoy the benefit of their estates, which oftentimes are by them consumed in gaols, ale-houses, and other places amongst their lewd and wicked companions ...
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1653] Ireland. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the affairs of Ireland. Whereas by a declaration bearing date at Dublin, the 6 of Ianuary last, the said Commissioners did for the reasons in the said declaration set forth, order, that all iesuits, seminarie priests, and other priests whatsoever, made or ordained by any authoritie, power or iurisdiction, derived, chalenged, or pretended from the sey of Rome ...
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1653] Ireland. A declaration for the destroying of vvolves. By the Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England, for the Affairs of Ireland.
Ireland. Commissioners of the Common-wealth of England for the Affairs of Ireland. / [Anno Dom. 1654] A commission for the due and effectual assessing and leavying of the fourth part of the yearly value of lands, & of the yearly increase or profit of stocks, and other personal estate in the prespective precincts in Ireland;: for, and towards the pay of the armie.
Ireland. Commissioners of Their Majesty's Revenue. / [1690] By the commissioners and chief governors of Their Majesties revenues. Rules to be observed by the persons proposing to be tenants to any of the lands, or houses, forfeited by the rebellion, and in their Majesties dispose.
Ireland. Council for the Affairs of Ireland. / [1655] A declaration and commission for three months assesment, of ten thousand pounds by the month: beginning the 12th of April 1655, and ending the 12th of July following. April this 5. 1655. By the Lord Deputy and council. Ordered by the Lord Deputy and council, that this commission for the assesment, be forthwith printed and published. Tho: Herbert clerk of the council.
Ireland. Council for the Affairs of Ireland. / [1656] A declaration and commission for the assesment of twelve thousand pounds by the month, for six months viz. from the twentie fourth of September 1656, exclusive : to the twenty fourth of March following, inclusive / by His Highness the Lord Protector's Council for the Affairs of Ireland.
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [1643] Orders establisht in the popish generall assembly,: held (under the specious pretence of supreme authority, and being his Majesties good subjects) at the city of Kilkenny in Ireland. Wherein both root and branches of the English nation, as also the very essence of Protestant religion are wholly struck at.
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [1643. March the sixt] Thirty-five articles made and established by the rebells, the lords, and the rest of the Generall Assembly of that part of the kingdome of Ireland (now in rebellion) met at the citie of Kilkenny, Anno Dom. 1642
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [in the yeare of our Lord 1647] The establishements made by the Generall Assemblie mett at the Cittie of Kilkenny the 12. day of November anno Domini 1647.
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [1646] By the generall assembly of the confederate Catholiques of Ireland mett at the cittie of Kilkenny the tenth day of Ianuary, anno domini 1646 it is ordered that the oath of associatiäo, with the addition thereunto made by this assembly, in manner as the same hereafter followeth, shalbe de nouo taken, and sworne by the members of this assembly and all others of the confederate Catholickes / ex. per Philippum Kearnie Gen. Com. Hiberniæ Cler.
Ireland. General Assembly at Kilkenny. / [1648] By the Generall Assemblie of the confederate Catholiques of Ireland the ensuing declaration of the Lord Nuncio, & his partie of the clergie, we thinke fit to be printed and published, to the end that all men may see and abhorre the malice & irregularity of those that subscribed that instrument ... whereof there hath been a sad example already in the towne of Gallway.
Ireland. General Convention. / [1660] A declaration of the General Convention of Ireland with the proceeding there : newly brought over by a gentleman to the Council of State in England.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1684] Whereas we are informed that some considerable quantities of wooll have been fraudulently exported out of this kingdom, from obscure places, under false package, without lycence or payment of His Majesties duties ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Arran.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1664 1665] Whereas the Kings Most Excellent Majestie hath lately published a declaration, intituled, His Majesties Declaration for encouragement of seamen and mariners imployed in the present service ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Ossory.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1668] Whereas Rory Mac Randal Mac Donnel late of the barony of Dungannon in the county of Tyrone, Owen Doo Mac Donnel of the same, Toole Ballagh Mac Donnel late of Croskevenagh in the barony and county aforesaid, [and 16 others] and their complices have in the counties of Monoghan, Antrim, Downe, Tyrone and Londonderry, and other places appeared in arms against His Majesties authority, and several of them have committed murders, burglaries, robberies and stealths ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Ossory.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1683] Whereas many and great inconveniences have happened to His Majesties subjects of this kingdom ... by the Lord Deputy and Council, Arran.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1665] Whereas an in [sic] act lately passed in this present Parliament, intituled, an Act for Setting the Subsidy of Poundage ... by the Lord Deputie and Council, Ossory.
Ireland. Lord Deputy. / [1689] A proclamation whereas several persons disaffected to His Majesties most serene and auspicious government, have of late in a riotous and warlike manner assembled together in several parts of this his kingdom ... / by the Lord Deputy and Council.
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1652-1655 : Fleetwood) / [1655] Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council. Whereas in December last past one commission was then issued and granted unto Iohn Santhy Esq; and others therein named, thereby authorizing them to enquire of, hear and determin the claims, rights and titles of all persons of the Irish nation that are transplantable into the province of Connaught and county of Clare ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1686. i.e. 1687] By the Lord Deputy, Chief Governour and General of His Majesties Army in Ireland. A declaration. Tyrconnel. Whereas, we find it requisite for His Majesties service, that the forces he is obliged to maintain, for the preservation of the peace of this his kingdom, be kept in good order and discipline: ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, Whereas we have thought fit for the convenience and better accommodation of the army, and the common good and advantage of the countrey, to publish at Kildare our head quarters, that during the time of the camp at the Curragh, it should be lawful for all people to ... keep an open and free market, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, whereas we think fit for his Majesty's service, that all officers of the army in this kingdom,except such as are members of the Privy Council, and general officers, shall repair to, and keep at their respective commands. ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, Whereas we have resolved, that three regiments of horse, one regiment of Dragoons, and seven regiments of foot of his Majesties forces in this kingdom, shall incamp at the Curragh of Kildare, on the first day of July next, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration for the good government of the Army. Tyrconnel, to prevent, for the future, all the disorder and abuse that has hitherto been in this army, in their subsistence and clothing. ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688. i.e. 1689] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, whereas we have lately received divers and sundry complaints from several parts of this kingdom of daily robberies and depredation committed by loose and idle people, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, whereas we are given to understand that several non-commissioned officers and souldiers of the old regiments in his Majestes army in this kingdom, have of late, in hopes of being advanced in the new regiments lately raised, ... deserted ....
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration for the good government of the Army. Tyrconnel, we having by our late declaration bearing date the 20th day of July last past; thought fit to make known what the clear pay coming to every private foot souldier by his Majesty's establishment is yearly, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration concerning the pay, and clothing of the army. Tyrconnel, Whereas we are given to understand, that his Majesties forces, especially the foot, are in a miserable condition for want of thier due weekly subsistence; ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governour of Ireland. A declaration concerning the incamping of the horse and dragoons, and for incouraging such as have hay, to preserve it, and bring it to the camp. Tyrconnel, Whereas it is our intention to cause all the horse and dragoons (as well as the foot) of his majesty's army ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688. i.e. 1689] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governor of His Majesties kingdom of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, whereas several of the people of this kingdom have contrary to their duty and allegiance to his Majesty entred into several treasonable associations, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688 i.e. 1689] By the Lord Deputy General, and General Governor of his Majesties kingdom of Ireland. A declaration Tyrconnel, whereas having been certainly inform'd that the Prince of Orange intends to invade this his Majesties kingdom, who upon the landing of his forces will indeavour to possess himself of all the arms, ammunition and horses ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas several persons have of late used great endeavors and sinister practices to transport wooll and flocks out of this kingdom into foreign countreys, contrary to the laws and statutes of this realm; ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas we have formerly thought fit to issue our proclamation bearing the date the 11th day of April 1687, and therein pursuant to the power given us the Lord Deputy and Council ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas it hath pleased almighty God of his great and continued mercy to his Majesty and his kingdoms to bless him and his royal consort, the Queen, with a Son; ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688 i.e. 1689] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas several persons disaffected to his Majesties most serene and auspicious government, have of late in a riotous and warlike manner assembled together in several parts of this his kingdom, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas his sacred majesty, by the advice of his Privy Councel in England, hath lately issued a proclamation forbidding every person or persons ... from entring into, or listing themselves in the service of pay of any forreign prince or state. Which proclamation followeth in these words. By the King. A proclamation. Prohibiting his Majesites subjects to enter into the service of forreign princes and states. ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas it hath been a custom in the cities and other great towns of this kingdom upon certain festival days, and other solemn occasions of joy, to make bonefires ... the great concourse of idle people gathering about those fires, hath of late occasion'd several riots, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687 i.e. 1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas it hath pleased almighty God (who in signal manner hath blessed his Majesty and his kingdoms with great prosperity, peace and plenty, to give his Majesty also apparent hopes, and good assurance of having issue by his royal consort, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas an act of council past at this board, dated the second day of May 1687. Which act of council followeth in these words; By the Lord Deputy and Council, Tyrconnel. Whereas a petition was presented at this board on the behalf of the merchant traders and dealers, and other his Majesties subjects in this kingdom, setting forth that the chief governours and council of this kingdom had for several years ... dispensed with several provisoes ... for settling the subsidy of tunnage ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1686 i.e. 1687] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas a late proclamation issued forth by the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom in december last for the suppressing of Tories, robbers, and their harbourers in the words following. ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1687. i.e. 1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. Whereas a proclamation issued from the late lord deputy and councel of this kingdom concerning the weighing of such forreign coyn as hath been made currant here; which proclamation followeth in these words. ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1688] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell. and to promote malicious slanders and calumnies, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1689] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnell, Whereas several persons in the province of Ulster and the town of Sligoe in this his Majesties kingdom have entred into several associations, containing no less offence than high treason, ...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1689] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnel. Whereas several persons in the province of Ulster, and the town of Sligo, in this his Majesties kingdom, have entred into several associations, containing no less offence than high treason...
Ireland. Lord Deputy (1687-1689 : Tyrconnel) / [1686 i.e. 1687] By the Lord Deputy and Council. Tyrconnel. Whereas several merchants of this kingdom have driven a considerable trade in salting of salmon, and making them up in many parcels, and transporting them beyond the seas, which brought to them considerable returns, ...
Ireland. Lord Justices and Council. / [1641] The copie of a letter sent from the Lord chiefe justices and privie councellours in Ireland,: to the Lords assembled in Parliament here in England, bearing date the 25. of Octob. 1641. Together with a true discoverie of the plot, and the manner thereof to have beene effected there.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [1646] XXIX. articles of peace,: concluded, agreed and signed by the Marquesse of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, commissioner for the King, and the Lord Viscount Mountgarret, President of the Supream Councel, and the commissioner for the Irish at the treaty held at Dublin. Published in Dublin by heralds, and sound of trumpet, Aug. 1. 1646. August 22. 1646. These are the true copies of the originall papers that were presented to the Committee for Ireland, and are appointed to be forthwith printed and published.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [anno Dom. 1646] Severall papers of the treatie between His Excellencie Iames Marques of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant Generall of Ireland for the King, on the one part; and Sir Thomas Wharton, Sir Robert King, Sir John Clotworthy, Sir Robert Meredith, knights, and Richard Salwey Esquire, commissioners authorized by the two Houses of Parliament of England; on the other part.: VVith the commissioners instructions concerning the Lord of Ormond; the instructions concerning the Protestants of Ireland, & compositions of delinquents: His Excellencies answer; and the Lord Lieutenants reply. With their reply to all his exceptions. And the Kings Maj. directions.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [Febr. 27. 1649] The Marquesse of Ormonds proclamation concerning the peace concluded with the Irish rebells, by the Kings command, at the Generall Assembly at Kilkenney;: with a speech delivered by Sir Richard Blake, Speaker of the Assembly at Kilkenney. Also a speech by the Marquesse of Ormond in answer to the same. Together with a perfect list of their severall numbers of horse and foot by them raised, amounting to 20000. foot, and 3500. horse. Imprimatur. Gilbert Mabbott.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [1649] The Marquesse of Ormond's declaration, proclaiming Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, &c.: With his summons to Colonel Jones for the surrender of Dublin, and the answer of Colonell Iones thereunto. Also a perfect relation of their forces, and the present affairs of that kingdom. Together with a true copie of the articles of agreement between the said Marquesse, and the Irish. Also a representation of the province of Vlster concerning the evills and dangers to religion, lawes and liberties, arising from the present practices of the sectarian army in England, &c. Imprimatur. G. Mabbot.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [Printed in the the year, M.DC.XLIX. 1649] The Marquesse of Ormonds letter to His Majestie King Charls II.: Wherein is truly related the manner of Collonel Jones sallying out of Dublin, Aug. 2. 1649. with the loss on both sides, and the prisoners taken. With the true state and condition of his army at this present before Dublin, which is beseiged with 40000 horse and foot. And the taking of the two strong castles of Ballishannon and Athy, Aug. 8. Whereunto is added His Majesties answer to his letter, Aug. 11. 1649.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [Printed in the yeare, M.DC.XL.IX. 1649] The loyall declaration of His Excellency, the Right Honourable, James, Marquesse of Ormond, Earle of Ormond, and Ossary, &c. Lord Lieu. Generall, and Generall Governour of the kingdome of Ireland. August the 11. 1649.: Declaring grounds of his present ingagement, and his resolution to maintaine it, against all powers that shall oppose him.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [Sept. 7, 1646] The last articles of peace made, concluded, accorded and agreed upon the 30 day of Iuly, 1646, by and between His Excellency, James Lord Marques of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant General, and General Governor of His Majesties Kingdom of Ireland, His Majesties Commissioner, to treat and conclude a peace with His Majesties Roman Catholique subjects of the said kingdom, by vertue of His Majesties Commission under the great seal of England bearing date at Buckingham on the 24 day of June, in the twentieth year of his reign, for and on the behalf of His Most Excellent Majesty of the one part, and Donogh Lord Viscount Muskery and others appointed and authorized by His Majesties said Roman Catholique subjects, by vertue of an authority of the said Roman Catholique subjects, bearing date the sixth day of March, 1645, and in the one and twentieth year of His Majesties reign, of the other part.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [Anno Dom. 1645] A declaration set forth by the lord lieutenant and councell for vindicating the honour and justice of His Majesties government and ministers heere, from severall foule and scandalous aspersions endeavoured to be layed upon them by Alice, Lady Moore, Viscountesse Dowager of Drogheda, Sir Patrick Wemys, knight, and Captaine Iohn Ponsonby, in severall letters (here also inserted) directed from the said persons to some persons in His Majesties kingdom of England.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [in the yeare 1648. and are to be sold at Roches building] A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant General of Ireland.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [1645] By the Lord Lieutenant and Councell upon consideration of the annexed instrument, whereby it is concluded and accorded that there be a further continuation of the cessation of armes ... untill the fifteenth day of August, 1645 ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [1648] A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant General of Ireland, for setling the Protestant religion, maintaining his Majesties just rights, and the priviledges of Parliament.:
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [1645] By the Lord Lieutenant and councell upon consideration of the annexed instrument, whereby it is concluded and accorded that there be a further continuation of the cessation of armes ... untill the last day of Iuly, 1645 ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1641-1649 : Ormonde) / [anno Dom. 1647] Articles of agreement, made concluded, and agreed on, at Dublin, the eighteenth day of Iune, 1647. By and between the most Honorable Iames Lord Marques of Ormonde, of the one part; and Arthur Annesley Esquire, Sir Robert King knight, Sir Robert Meredith knight, Colonell Iohn Moore, and Colonell Michael Iones, commissioners from the Parliament of England, on the other part. Published by authority and command of the commissioners from the Parliament of England.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1643-1647 : Ormonde) / [Printed in the yeare, 1649] The Marquesse of Ormond's letter to His Majestie: concerning the late fight betwixt the forces under his command, and the garrison of Dublin. : The copie whereof was taken out of His Majesties letter, and sent from S. Germain en Laye, bearing date the 25. of this instant, (new style) to an eminent person of this kingdome. : Together with the most considerable occurrences in relation to the appeasing of that kingdome, and embracing the princes interest.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1644-1645 : Ormonde) / [1644] A proclamation by the lord lievtenant and covncell, for an imposition upon diverse commodities for the raising of monies for His Majesties armie, expressed in the booke following.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] Letters from Ireland, relating the several great successes it hath pleased God to give unto the Parliaments forces there, in the taking of Drogheda, Trym, Dundalk, Carlingford, and the Nury.: Together with a list of the chief commanders, and the number of the officers and soldiers slain in Drogheda. Die Martis, 2 Octobr. 1649. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the several letters from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, together with so much of Colonel Venables letter as concerns the successes in Ireland, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: concerning the taking in and surrendring of Enistery. Carrick Town and castle. Passage-Fort. Bandon-Bridge. Kingsale, and the fort there. Die Mercurii, 12. Decembr. 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published, and read in all churches and chappels in and about the City of London, late lines of communication, and bills of mortality. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliament.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, concerning the surrender of the tovvn of Ross, and the artillery, arms and ammunition there.: Together with the several transactions between the Lord Lieutenant and the Governor in order thereunto: and the articles for the surrender thereof. Die Veneris, 16 Novembr. 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters, transactions and articles be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1650] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: relating the several successes it hath pleased God lately to give the Parliaments forces there. Together with the several transactions about the surrender of Kilkenny, and the articles agreed thereupon. Die Sabbathi, 13 Aprilis, 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ... be forthwith printed and published; ... Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649. i.e. 1650] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England,: relating the good successes God hath lately given to the Parliament forces there. Die Lunæ, 25 Februarii, 1649. Ordered by the Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under his Lordships command; and several transactions between his Lordship and the Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters and transactions be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1649-1650 : Cromwell) / [1649] A declaration by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.: Concerning His resolutions for the peace and safety of Ireland, and the free injoyment of the rights of the people. Together with the copies of severall letters taken in Ireland, of great consequence. This declaration is appointed to be printed and published throughout all Ireland, by speciall direction from O. Cromwell.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [1651] Sad nevves from Ireland:: how the Lord hath been pleased to chastize the Parliaments forces by a losse from the rebels, where the souldiers transported in five boats, were afterwards repulsed by the enemy, and all but eight kild and drowned. Where wee lost Major Walker, Cap. Graves, Cap. Whiting, the Lord Deputies ensigne, and divers other precious stout men. With a list of the particulars, and the manner of the fight. Also the taking of the castle in the Weare, and Col. Tuthill and others cashiered for killing some of the Irish after quarter was given them. And the taking of the fort at Limbrick bridge by storm, with other considerable news. Certifyed by a letter from the Lord Deputy Ireton. July 4. 1651. It is thought fit that this letter from the Lord Deputy of Ireland, be forthwith printed and published, to prevent the mis-information of others. Imprimatur Hen. Scobel. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [1650 i.e. 1651] Propositions approved of and granted by the Deputy-General of Ireland to Colonel Richard Laurence,: for the raising in England and transporting into Ireland, a regiment of twelve hundred footmen, for the planting and guarding the city of Waterford, and towns of Ross and Carwick, with other places adjacent. Die Martis, 25 Februarii, 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that these propositions, together with the votes of the Parliament thereupon, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [1651] A letter from the Lord Deputy-General of Ireland, unto the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England;: concerning the rendition of the city of Limerick: together with the articles formerly offered, and the articles upon which the same was surrendred: as also a particular of the persons excepted, the ammunition and ordnance in the town delivered upon the surrender of the said city. Friday the 28th of November, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, that the letter from the Deputy-General of Ireland, and articles, together with the particulars inclosed, be forthwith printed and published; and read by the ministers on the day appointed for thanks to be given in the several congregations. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [March 21. 1650] A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.: For the undeceiving of deluded and seduced people, which may be satisfactory to all that doe not wilfully shut their eyes against the light. In answer to certaine late declarations and acts framed by the Irish popish prelates and clergy in a conventicle at Clonmae-Noise. Licensed by the secretary of the army.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [March 21, 1650] A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for the undeceiving of deluded and seduced people, which may be satisfactory to all that doe not wilfully shut their eyes against the light : in answer to certaine late declarations and acts framed by the Irish popish prelates and clergy in a conventicle at Clonmae-Nois.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1650 : Ireton) / [1650] A declaration and proclamation of the Deputy-General of Ireland,: concerning the present hand of God in the visitation of the plague; and for the exercise of fasting and prayer in relation thereunto.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1658-1659 : Cromwell) / [Anno Dom. 1657] Ireland by the Lord Deputy and Council Henry Cromwell whereas in pursuance of the ordinance of His Highness the Lord Protector and Council bearing date the 23 of June 1654, confirmed by Parliament, many godly and able ministers have resorted into this land yet nevertheless for the diverse persons who have been ejected in England, and disallowed in Scotland for scandal or insufficiencie, have also adventured without any allowance or lawfull admittance ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1658-1659 : Cromwell) / [Anno Domini, 1658] A declaration of the Lord Deputy and Council, for setting apart Thursday the 14th day of October next, as a day of solemn fasting and humiliation throughout this nation, with the grounds and reasons thereof.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1658-1659 : Cromwell) / [1659] By the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Henry Cromwell.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1666 1667] Whereas we have been necessarily occasioned to take especial notice, that His Majesties revenue arising by hearths, firing places and stoves within this kingdom, hath of late become very much impaired, and still continues deeply in arrear ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1666] Whereas in the tenth year of the reign of His Majesties royal father King Charles the First of ever blessed memory, there was an act of Parliament made and passed in this kingdom of Ireland ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1662] Whereas we are informed, that several collectors of the several pole-monies lately raised in this kingdome for His Majesties service, have not as yet accompted into the receipt of His Majesties Exchequer, for the monies so received by them, the names of which collectors are as followeth ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1663] Whereas in an act lately passed in this present Parliament, entitled, an Act for Setling the Subsidy of Poundage ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1666 1667] Whereas in an act passed in the late Parliament, intituled, an Act for Setling the Subsidy of Poundage, and Granting a Subsidy of Tunnage, and other sums of money, unto His Royal Majestie ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1663] Whereas by our proclamation of the fifteenth day of August last, concerning the due payment of rents, quit-rents, and all other moneys payable to His Majestie, we gave such premonition to all persons concerned of the dangers that the failers therein would incurre ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1667] Whereas by occasion of the backwardness of many of His Majesties tenants farmers and debtors in payment of the rents and other debts due and payable by them ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1666] Whereas by an act made in the last session of the late Parliament held in this kingdom intituled, an Act for the Better Ordering the Selling of Wines and Aquivitæ ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1663] Whereas by an act made in this present Parliament, intituled, An act for the enlargement of the periods of time limited in an act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration, for the settlement of his kingdom of Ireland, &c. ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1667] Whereas by a clause in the act intituled, an Act for Explaining of Some Doubts Arising upon an Act, intituled, an Act for the Better Execution of His Majesties Gracious Declaration for the Settlement of his Kingdom of Ireland ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1662] The speech of His Grace, James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to both Houses of Parliament, on Saturday the 27 of September, 1662. Upon His Graces giving the royal assent to several Acts of Parliament.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1666] A proclamation for publishing an act of Parliament, intituled, An Act for the Advancement of the Trade of Linen Manufacture, and for remitting the penalties thereby incurred, and for inlarging several periods of time in the said act contained by the Lord Lieutenant and Council.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1667] Instructions and rules to be observed by the muster-master general and his deputies and the officers of the guards of horse, foot and halberdeers, and other the officers of troops and companies of His Majesties army in this kingdom of Ireland. As also all officers, ministers and artificers of the train of artillery and wards here. By the Lord Lieutenant General and General Governour of Ireland.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1679] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Ormonde. Whereas there hath been a notorious and unnatural rebellion lately raised in Scotland, ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde) / [1663] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Ormonde. Whereas, by the direction from us the Lord Lieutenant, several fire-arms have been lately siezed upon, in which our direction, there was an exception of the fire-arms belonging to archbishops, bishops, peers of the realm, privy councellours, His Majesties judges, and officers and souldiers, members of His Majesties army; ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1662-1664 : Ormonde) / [1662] By the lord lieutenant general, and general governor of Ireland whereas we are informed that the souldiers of His Majesties army have been constrained for want of their pay, to run in debt in their several quarters for necessary provisions ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1662-1669 : Ormonde) / [1663] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Ormonde. We cannot but call to mind that as the declaration set out and published by the late lords justices and council, bearing date the 30th. of April, 1662. did so far indulge those recusants, non-conformists and sectaries, who were misguided and did not conform to the laws of the land, concerning uniformity of common prayer and service in the church, and the administration of the sacraments ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex) / [1676] Whereas Redmond O Hanlon of Tondergee in the county of Armagh, yeoman, and severall other persons named in a proclamation issued from this board, dated the 14th of December 1674, were for the reasons in the said proclamation expressed, proclaimed rebels and traytors ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Essex.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex) / [1672] Rules, orders, and directions by the lord lieutenant and council
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex) / [1672] Rules, orders, and directions by the lord lieutenant and council
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex) / [1676] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council Essex whereas in an act of Parliament, lately passed in this Kingdom, entituled, An act for the explaining of some doubts, a rising upon an entituled, an Act for the better execution of His Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of his kingdome of Ireland ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1680] Whereas His Majesty by letters patents under his great seal of Ireland, bearing date the eighteenth day of May in the two and thirtieth year of his reign, hath been graciously pleased to grant unto Sir Thomas Armestrong, Knight, and Colonel George Legg, their executors, administrators and assigns, full, free and absolute licence, power and authority, that they by themselves ... should ... make in some convenient place or places ... such quantity of halfpence of copper as might by them be issued amongst His Majesties subjects ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1679] Whereas we have received information, that Gerald Fitz-Gerald of [...] in the county of [...] and Richard Fitz-Gerald brother of the said Gerald, have of late committed several burglaries, robberies and stealths ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) Whereas we are informed, that the number of tories and robbers in the province of Ulster, and some other parts of this kingdom is much increased, notwithstanding many proclamations from this board for apprehending of divers tories, and they are of late grown much more bloody than formerly they have been, so that several robberies, burglaries and murthers are daily committed by them ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1679 1680] Whereas Redmond O Hanlon of Tonderegee in the county of Armagh, yeoman, Laughlin Mac Redmond O Hanlon of Kelleany, yeoman, and several other persons named in a proclamation issued from this board, dated the 14th of December 1674, were for the reasons in the said proclamation expressed, proclaimed rebels and traytors ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1678] Whereas by two several proclamation, the one bearing date the 27th of October in the year 1673, and the other bearing date the 27th day of April in the year 1674 ... all titular popish archbishops, bishops, vicars-general, abbots and all others exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction by any authority derived from the pope or see of Rome ... / by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1677] Whereas by the good and wholsome lawes of this realm, it hath been ordained and enacted, that for the more surety of the country, night-watches should be kept from the day of Ascension, unto the day of St. Michael ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormond.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1680] Whereas by several proclamations issued from this board, all persons of the popish religion in this kingdom who had or kept any halberts, pikes, musquets, calivers, fowling pieces, carbins, pistols, or other guns whatsoever without licence from the lord lieutenant ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1678] Whereas by proclamation, bearing date the second of November last past, we did think fit to charge all and every the sheriffs and justices of the peace of the several and respective counties in this kingdom ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1680] Whereas by proclamation from this board, dated the 16th of October 1678, we did in His Majesties name strictly charge and command all and every the mayors, soveraigns, bayliffs, portrives, and all other chief magistrates and officers of the several and respective cities and towns corporate of this kingdom ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1670] Whereas by our proclamation, bearing date the sixteenth day of October last, all titular popish archbishops, bishops, vicars general, abbots, and other of the Church of Rome, and all others exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction in this kingdom by any authority derived from the Pope or See of Rome ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1684] His Majesties chief commissioners and governours of his revenue in this Kingdom, having informed us, that several branches of the said revenue are likely to become much impaired by the negligence or connivance of several justices of the peace, and other magistrates, and the great discouragement and obstruction given by some of them to His Majesties officers and their deputies, in the improvement and collection of the revenue arising as well by hearths ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1678] For the prevention of all evil designes and practices by any persons of the popish religion in this kingdom ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Ormonde.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1680] By the Lord Lieutenant General and General Governour, of Ireland. Ormonde. Whereas divers officers of His Majesties army in this kingdom, do take liberty at their own pleasure, to absent themselves from the places wherein they are garrisoned without licence from us ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1684] By the Lord Lieutenant and council. Ormonde. Whereas we the Lord Lieutenant and Council are required by letters from the Lords of his Majesties most honourable Privy-council in England, dated the sixth of February, 1684. to publish in this Kingdom a proclamation signed by His Majesty: which followeth in these words: A proclamation signifying his majesties pleasures, that all men being in office of Government at the decease of the Late King His Majesties most dear and most entirely beloved brother, shall so continue until His Majeties further directions.
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde) / [1684.] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Ormonde. Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late soveraign lord King Charles the Second of blessed memory, ... Whereas it hath pleased almighty God to call to his mercy our late soveraign lord King Charles the Second of blessed memory, ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1685-1687 : Clarendon) / [1686] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon. Whereas there have been of late many burglaries and robberies committed in several parts of this kingdom, to the ruine of some of his Majesties good subjects, and the great disquiet of many others; ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1685-1687 : Clarendon) / [1685] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon. Whereas not only the pious Christian emperors in ancient times, but also of late his Majesties own most religious precedessors, Kings of this realm, did cause the days on which they began their several reigns, to be publickly celebrated every year ... with solemn prayers and thanksgiving to almighty God. ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1685-1687 : Clarendon) / [1686] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon. For the quieting of the minds of His Majesties subjects of this kingdom, and freeing them from any fears or apprehensions of their being hereafter questioned for any treasonable, seditions, or other words whatsoever, that have been spoken by any of them, before His Majesties access to the crown; ...
Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1685-1687 : Clarendon) / [1685] By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon. Whereas it appears by examinations read at this board, that Dennis Morisy alias Trory, Teige Leaghy, John Barry, Francis Power, John Scoley alias Fouloe, John Gerald, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1641] A true coppy of a letter from the Lord cheife Iustices in Ireland, with a proclamation of the rebels therein: dated from Dublin Novem. 5. 1641. VVhereunto is annected certaine propositions presented to the Parliament by the marchants for the West-Indy Company : with some obiections answered.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1641 1642] A proclamation of the Lords Ivstices for the apprehension of the chiefe rebels and the revvard for taking any of them : with the true and last newes from Ireland, and in what state Dublin stands at this present, sent from an honourable and one of the chiefest persons there, to a nephew of his in London.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1642] A proclamation published by the Lords justices and councell of Ireland, to annull and make void all protections unduly granted to the rebels by certaine commissioners in divers counties in Vlster, &c. contrary to their instructions and the intention of the state.:
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1641 i.e. 1642] A proclamation of the Lords Iustices for the apprehension of the chiefe rebels:: and the revvard for taking any of them: with the true and last newes from Ireland, and in what state Dublin stands at this present; sent from an honourable, and one of the chiefest persons there, to a nephew of his in London.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1643] A proclamation concerning a cessation of armes agreed and concluded on at Siggings-towne, in the county of Kildare, the fifteenth day of September, in the ninteenth [sic] yeer of His Majesties raigne, by and between Iames Marques of Ormonde, Lieutenant Generall of His Majesties Army, in the kingdom of Ireland, for & in the name of our Gratious [sic] Soveraigne Lord Charles ... bearing date at Dublin the last of August, in the said ninteenth [sic] year of His Majesties raigne, of the one party, and Donogh Viscount Muskery, Sir Lucas Dillon, Knight, Nicholas Plunkett, Esquire, Sir Robert Talbot, Baronet, Sir Richard Barnewell, Baronet Torlogh ô Neale, Geffrey Browne, Ever Mac-Gennis, & Iohn Walsh, Esquires ... to treat and conclude with the said Marques for a cessation of armes by vertue of an authority given unto them bearing date at Cahsell, the 7 day of September, in the said ninteenth [sic] yeare of His Majesties raigne, of the other party : whereunto is added an instrument touching the manner of payment of 30800 pound sterling by severall payments.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1641. i.e. 1642] A letter sent from the Lords of the Councell in Ireland, to the high court of Parliament here in England assembled.: Delivered to the Lords, by the Lord Dungarvan, eldest son to the Earl of Corke, on Tuesday the 15. of March. 1641. Wherein are many passages worthy the readers observation As also the names of those lords who have adventured all their estates, for the defence of the Protestant religion in Ireland.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [Anno Dom. 1660] An ordinance for the speedy raising of moneys for His Majesties service
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [MDCXLII 1642] A letter sent to His Majestie, from the Lords justices, and councell in Ireland, April 23. 1642.: Concerning His Majesties resolution to go into Ireland.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [Anno Dom. 1643. Iuly 29] Irelands excise, by the Lords, Iustices, and councell there. As it was given at His Maiesties castle in Dublin 24. Iune, 1643.:
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [Anno. Dom. 1654] Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council Whereas great complaint is made of much waste and destruction that is done and committed in most parts of this nation, in meadows, pastures and arable lands, belonging to the Common-Wealth and to other proprietors by the multitute of dogs and swine that are permitted to go abroad unringed ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices or Ireland a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas several officers of the militia, and other inhabitants of the province of Munster, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. Charles Porter, Tho. Coningesby, Information haveing been given us, that divers soldiers of the regiment of the Lord George Hamilton, out of a dislike to their Majesties service, have deserted and left their colours, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland., Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas complaint has been made unto us by the commissioners and chief governours of their Majesties revenue, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691 i.e. 1692] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas several soldiers of the French regiment of foot under the command Colonel Francis du Cambon, have deserted, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by our proclamation, bearing date the 17th of this instant month of June, it was required that no carriers whatsoever should impose or take from sutlers or others, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691 i.e. 1692] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Information having been given us that divers of the auxiliary brigade of Danes commanded by the Duke of Wertemburge, have deserted and left their colours and remain in this kingdom, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by our proclamation of the nineteenth of November last, we did declare, we would not give protection to any person who hath a son in the enemies quarters, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas the commissioners of their Majestes revenue have represented unto us, that prusuant to the power to them given, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby The general of their majesties forces in this kingdom, having thought fit to march the army to their winter-quarters, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas we have received information that several persons besides the Lord-Mayor, recorder and the seneschals of the liberties of St. Sepulchers, Thomas-Court and Donore, have, contrary to our intentions, taken upon them to administer the oath of fidelity ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Their Majesties having signified Their pleasure, that the pay of Their forces in this kingdom shall be cleared to a certain day, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Notwithstanding the great clemency extended by their Majesties to the Popish Irish inhabitants of this kingdom whereby, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Charles Porter Tho. Coningesby. Their Majesties army being now ordered into their Winter-quarters in several parts of this kingdom, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningsby. It having been observed that divers Papists, and others disaffected to the government, some of whom are lately come out of the enemies quarters, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, Charles Porter, Tho. Coningesby. Whereas divers persons have been or are employ'd in or about their majesties hospitals in this kingdom, either marching with the army or fixt, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. Forasmuch as all the clemency and indulgence which hath been extended to the Papists of this kingdom by Their Majesties, hath hitherto missed of it's desired effect, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas the safe and speedy conveyance of letters and pacquets by post in this their Majesties kingdom of Ireland is of great importance to their Majesties service, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho. Coningesby. It being represented to us by several officers of their Majesties army design'd to be withdrawn out of this kingdom, that many of their private men, are seduced to quit the service and stay behinde their regiments, by country gentlemen and farmers, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas the practice of carriers, in making sutlers (following the army) pay more than the Kings rates, is of evil consequence, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas several of the Irish, whose dwellings are near the frontiers, have made very ill use of that favour and protection which their Majesties have shewn them, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas John mac-Cabe, who heads a party of raparees, and shelters himself in the bogg of Allen, and other fastnesses thereabouts, did lately make application to us by Denis Mac-Daniel, that he and his party would submit themselves to their Majesties obedience, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas it is represented to us, that in Connaught, and several other parts of this kingdom, are great quantities of grass, and crops of standing corn,
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas complaints have been made unto us, by divers sutlers, and others, carrying provisions & necessaries to their Majesties army; ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. It having been observed, that although their Majesties army have been so long in the field, and so near the enemy, that it may reasonably be expected they will soon be upon action, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices of Ireland, a proclamation against duelling. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. His Majesty being informed that heretofore quarrels and duels have frequently happen'd between the officers and soldiers of the army in this kingdom; ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices and council. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. For the better preventing the exportation of wool out of this kingdom of Ireland into forreign parts, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. Forasmuch as the great clemency and indulgence which their Majesties have extended to their Popish subjects of this kingdom, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas there has been great destruction of cattle, sheep, and hoggs during the present war, insomuch that 'tis to be feared that the remaining stock will not be sufficient for the necessary supply of this kingdom. ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas their Majesties by their royal proclamation, dated at their camp by Dublin the tenth day of July, 1690. ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas many idle and dissolute persons have of late deserted their habitations and are become tories, thieves and rapparees, committing most outragious robberies, burglaries and thefts, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by the examinations of divers persons we find that a Romish priest, calling himself father Christopher Browne, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by our proclamation of the nineteenth of November last, we did declare, that we would not give protection to any person who then had a son in the enemies quarters, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Since it hath pleased almighty God of his great goodness to the Protestant subjects of this kingdom, to raise up his most excellent Majesty King William to deliver them ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation Charles Porter Tho. Coningesby. Whereas we have by our proclamation, bearing date the eighteenth day of September last past, thought fit to publish and declare in the words following, whereas many idle and dissolute persons ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation Charles Porter Tho. Coningesby. This kingdom by the blessing of God upon their Majesties arms, being now reduced to their obedience, it is to be wished that all their Majesties subjects will conform themselves to the law, and forbear all illegal violence upon any pretence whatsoever. ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation Charles Porter Tho: Coningesby. Whereas all due care has been taken for the keeping up and preserving the markets in all parts of this kingdom under their Majesties obedience, whereto all persons may resort with freedom and liberty of trade and commerce; ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices and Council, A proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas there is good reason to suspect, that several dangerous persons coming as spies from the rebels, and upon other wicked designs, are sheltred in the city of Dublin, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas we issued a proclamation, bearing date the 27th of February last, thereby requiring the several tenants to any of their Majesties lands, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas we have received information that William White of the city of Cork merchant was on or about the 26th day of October last most barbarously murther'd, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas we have received divers complaints from most part of the countrey, that several officers and soldiers of Their Majesties army ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas we are informed that several justices of the peace, sheriffs and other magistrates presuming on their power in the country, have by colour of their authority in a most illegal and arbitrary manner, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices and council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas many of their Majesties horses belonging to the train of artillery, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas many and great inconveniencies do arise from the irregular granting of protections, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691 i.e. 1692] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by our proclamation bearing date the eleventh day of January last, in order to the ascertaining what persons are comprehended in the articles of Lymerick, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas by or proclamation of the fifteenth of June last past, in serious consideration of the then deplorable state of this kingdom, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Almighty God having in so wonderfull a manner assisted their Majesties arms in this kingdom, as notwithstanding the disadvantage of places and numbers, in so short a time of this campaign, to give them four victories over the enemy, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. To prevent the robberies, wilfull burning of buildings, corn and hay, murthers and insurrections ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Their Majesties being graciously pleased that such of their Irish subjects as by the articles of Limerick dated the 3d day of October, 1691 are in a summary way to be restored by the government to their estates of freehold and inheritances, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691 i.e. 1692] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Coningesby. Whereas by our proclamation of the fourth day of February last, we did pursuant to the articles of Lymerick, great unto several persons thereby qualified lycences for the wearing of arms ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1692] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Coningesby. The King and Queens most excellent Majesties in tender compassion to their loving subjects of this kingdom and in consideration of what they have suffered in the late war ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas it is of great importance as well to the inhabitants of the city of Dublin, as also that part of their Majesties army that is garrisoned here; ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1692] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Coningesby. His Majesty having been, for some years last past, engaged in a war with France, and being now at the head of his armies, in the Spanish Netherlands, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691 i.e. 1692] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation. Charles Porter, Coningesby. Forasmuch as we are certainly informed from several parts of the kingdom, that the french privateers which do infest the southern and western coasts of this kingdom have frequently received intelligence ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1691] By the Lords-Justices and Council, a proclamation Charles Porter, Tho. Coningesby. Whereas the vintners and retailers of wines in the city of Dublin and other cities and towns within this kingdom (taking advantage that the statute made in this kingdom, in the 28th year of the reign of the late Queen Elizabeth, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords-Justices and Council of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas, nothwithstanding the open war that for some time hath been, and still continues between Their Majesties and the French King, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas the wives children and familys, of severall persons in this kingdom; who have been killed in actuall rebellion against their Majestys or are now adhering to the enemyes in their quarters or are fled from the usuall places on their abode, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas we are daily informed of the constant correspondence, commerce, and intercourse, that is between the rebels, and several papists pretending to live under their majesties protection, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland: Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas the citty of Dublin hath usually been furnished with coals from Whitehaven & Moston & other parts & places in the kingdom of England & Dominion of Wales ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland. A proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas the rebells in Conaught and Munster notwithstanding his Majestys gratious declarations of mercy towards them: ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland. A Proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. It haveing pleased almighty God in his great mercy and goodness, in a most extraordinary manner, not onely to preserve his Majesties sacred person, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas several persons, in the habits of private souldiers, without sufficient passes from their officers, not being inlisted in the regiments of Colonel Foulkes, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas several Irish papists within this kingdom notwithstanding the grace and favour extended to them by their Maiestys gratious declaration and the protection they enjoyed under their government have most ungratefully relapsed into their former rebellious courses ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho: Coningsby. Being certainly informed that several souldiers of their Majesties army in Ireland do dayly desert their colours and by confederacy with masters and owners of ships and vessells and other seafaring men transport themseves [sic] into England ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1692] By the Lords Justices of Ireland, a proclamation. Requireing all officers and soldiers to observe strict discipline, and for payment of quarters. Charles Porter, Coningesby. To the end their Majesties forces in this kingdom may be kept in good order and discipline, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1685] By the Lords Justices and Council. Mich. Armach. C. Granard. Whereas we are informed that divers of his Majesties subjects in several parts of this kingdom, being possessed with strange fears & groundless jealousies, have frequently of late deserted their own dwelling houses, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1685] By the Lords Justices and Council. Mich. Armach. C. Granard. Whereas several of the most considerable merchants, residing in, and about this city of Dublin, and other the cities, corporations, and trading-ports of this kingdom,
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1685] By the Lords Justices and Council. Mich. Armach. C. Granard. Whereas by the ancient laws and statutes of this realm great and heavy penalties are inflicted upon all such as shall be found to be spreaders of false news, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1685] By the Lords Justices and Council. Mich. Armach. C. Granard. Whereas by proclamation dated the 20th. of June 1685. for the reasons therein expressed, we did strictly require and command every captain, or in his absence, and other officer in chief of the militia within this kingdom, ... to call for and gather together all the fire-arms appertaining to his troop ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1685] By the Lords Justices and Council. Mich. Armach. C. Granard: Whereas we the Lords Justices have lately received a proclamation published by his Majesty in England, dated the thirteenth day of June 1685. Which followeth in these words. James R. Whereas We have received certain information, that James Duke of Monmouth, Ford late Lord Gray outlawed for high treason, with divers other traytors and outlaws, are lately landed in an hostile manner at Lyme, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [1690] By the Lords Justices and Council, a proclamation. Sydney, Tho. Coningsby. Whereas there are dayly great complaints made unto us, that severall of their Majesties Protestant subjects and their tenants, and others who live peacably under their Majesties protection, are rob'd and plundered of their goods, horses, and other cattle, ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [anno Dom. 1660 i.e. 1661] By the Lords Iustices and Council. Maurice Eustace Canc. Orrery. Mountrath. Whereas we are given to understand by the informations of many persons well deserving credit, that of late times there have been sundry unlawful assemblies in many parts of the kingdom ...
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [anno Dom. 1661] By the Lords Iustices and Council. Maurice Eustace Canc. Orrery. Mountrath. Whereas the Duke of Albemarle General of all his Majesties armies, and the Duke of Ormond, Lord Steward of his Majesties house-hold, have by writing under their hands and seals bearing date the second of March 1660.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [anno Dom. 1654] An assesment for Ireland for three months; at ten thousand pounds by the month. Commencing the 12th. day of Ianuary 1654. and determining the 12th. of April following. Dublin this 1. of Ianuary 1654. Ordered by the Lord Deputy and Council, that this order and commission for the assesment, be forthwith printed and published. Signed by order of the said Lord Deputy and Council. Tho: Herbert, Clerk of the Council.
Ireland. Lords Justices and Council. / [Novemb. 23. 1642] An act of state, made by the Lords justices and councell of Ireland,: for the observation of the three and twentieth day of October yeerly, to be a day of thanks-giving, for the discovery and prevention of the horrible conspiracy and plot of the papists, to massacre all the protestants in that Kingdom. W. Parsons, Jo. Borlase.
Ireland. Parliament. / [MDCLXXXIX i.e. 1689] A true account of the whole proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland,: beginning March 25, 1689, and ending the 29th of June following; : with the establishment of their forces there.
Ireland. Parliament. / [Printed in the yeare, 1641] Sixteene queres propounded by the Parliament of Ireland to the judges of the said kingdome.: As also, another speech, made by Captaine Audley Mervin, to the House of Commons, concerning their priviledges, and their exorbitant grievances in that kingdome.
Ireland. Parliament. / [anno Dom. 1646] A remonstrance from the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament at Dublin,: concerning the estate of Ireland. The barbarousnesse of the bloody rebels, and a protestation of their complyance with the power of England, for reducing of that kingdome. This remonstrance is appointed to be printed and publishe[d] according to the directions of an order of Parliament.
Ireland. Parliament. / [1642] Remarkable propositions by the councell in Ireland, humbly recommended to the Parliament in England, desiring them to move the judges to deliver their resolutions concerning the ensuing questions, being in number 21. Together with the declaration of both Houses of Parliament, Die Iovis 12. May, 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that the said decalration shall be forthwith printed and published. John Brown Cler. Parl.
Ireland. Parliament. / [1642?] Orders made and established by the Lords spirituall and temporall, and the rest of the general assembly of the Kingdome of Ireland met at the citty of Kilkenny, the foure & tvventith day of October Anno Domini 1642 and in the 18 yeare of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lord King Charles, by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland &c.
Ireland. Parliament. / [1689] Proceedings of the Irish Parliament in Dublin With a later account of the happy success of the Protestants of London-Derry, against the French and Irish-Papists in Ireland. Licensed according to order, May the 24.
Ireland. Parliament. / [1642] May 18. Remarkable propositions by the councell in Ireland: humbly recommended to the Parliament in England, desiring them to move the judges to deliver their resolutions concerning the ensuing questions, being in number 21. Together with the declaration of both Houses of Parliament, Die Iovis 12. May, 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that the said declaration shall be forthwith printed and published. John Brown Cler. Parl.
Ireland. Parliament. / [1689] A journal of the proceedings of the pretended Parliament in Dublin from the 7th to the 20th of this instant May : a breviate of the late King's speech and the speakers repeal of the Act of Settlement ...
Ireland. Parliament. / [1641] The hvmble and ivst remonstrance of the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled in Jreland
Ireland. Parliament. / [1641] The hvmble and jvst remonstrance of the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled in Ireland
Ireland. Parliament. / [12 July, 1642] The humble declaration and petition of the Lords spirituall and temporall and Commons in Parliament assembled in Ireland to the Kings most excellent majesty, and the Parliament of England now assembled, 1642, for putting the laws in execution against papists and recusants.
Ireland. Parliament. / [in the Yeare 1641] The humble and just remonstrance. Of the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled in Ireland.:
Ireland. Parliament. / [1641] Die Martis scilicet xvj die Novemb. anno Dom. 1641 annoq. regni regis dom. nostri Caroli, xvij whereas the present condition and danger of this kingdom doth require from all His Maiesties good and faithfull subjects of the same, a speedie levie of forces ...
Ireland. Parliament. / [1693] An account of the sessions of Parliament in Ireland, 1692
Ireland. Privy Council. / [1642.] A copie of a letter sent from the Lords Justices, and the rest of the Privie Councell in Ireland, concerning His Majesties resolution to go into that His Kingdom..
Ireland. Sovereign (1688-1694 : William and Mary) / [1703?] The articles of Limerick, ratified under the Great Seal of England. William Rex
Ireneus Aletheian. / [1700?] A letter from one in the country, concerning some of the present differences
Irish Confederation. / [the 2. of Aprill, 1647] By the generall assemblie of the Confederat Catholicks of Ireland an establishment for the Court of Generall Iudicature.
Irish officer. / [1690] An account of the nature, situation, natural strength, and antient, and modern fortifications, of the several cities and garrison-towns in Ireland, that are still possessed by the forces of the late King James their distances from Dublin, and each from the other, with the several approaches by which they may be attack't : also, a scenographical discription [sic] of the famous river Shannon, on which stands those two strong places, Limmerick and Athlone, the former of which is besieged by His Majesty in person, the latter by Lieutenant General Douglass / by an Irish officer, who served in the army under the late Duke of Ormond.
Ironside, Gilbert, 1588-1671. / [1685] A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall November 23, 1684 by Gilbert Ironside ...
Ironside, Gilbert, 1588-1671. / [Anno salutis M.DC.XXXVII. 1637] Seven questions of the sabbath briefly disputed, after the manner of the schooles. Wherein such cases, and scruples, as are incident to this subject, are cleared, and resolved, by Gilbert Ironside B.D.
Ironside, Gilbert, 1588-1671. / [1660] A sermon preached at Dorchester in the county of Dorcet, at the proclaiming of His sacred Majesty Charles the II. May 15. 1660.: By Gilbert Ironsyde Batchelour of Divinity, and minister of Stepleton in the said county.
Irvine (Scotland). Town Council. / [1690] Replys for the present magistrates of the burgh of Irving, to the answers made to their complaint, given in to the Lord High-Commissioner his grace, and the Estates of Parliament, against the late magistrates of the said burgh.
Irvine, Alexander, d. 1703. / [1694] A dialogue between A. and B. two plain countrey-gentlemen, concerning the times