3 edition of A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland found in the catalog.
A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland
|Statement||by a person who bore a great share in those transactions.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 67:6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Get this from a library. A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland: from the late K. James accession to the crown, to the siege of Londonderry: giving a true account of the occasions of the miscarriages there, and of the reasons why the gentry abandon'd those parts.
[Person who bore a great share in those transactions.]. A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland: from the late K. James accession to the crown, to the siege of Londonderry: giving a true account of the occasions of the miscarriages there, and of the reasons why the gentry abandon'd those parts.
He brings a contemporary perspective to historical events, taking account of the scholarship which has developed in Northern Ireland studies in recent times.
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