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Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, Earl of, 1614-1674 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Inchiquin Irish soldier Wikidata ISNI

O'Brien, Murrough 1614-1674 German National Library

VIAF ID: 27412560 (Personal)


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The Irish papers : containing the Lord Digbyes letter, and the Lord Inchiquins answer, with other speciall passages of the overtures concerning the whole designe in Ireland; the plot of the rebells discovered: and preparations for the comming in of the Marquisse of Ormond to the Parliament, whose strength in Dublin is betweene 5. and 6000. men. October 1. 1646. These Irish papers are appointed to bee printed, and are published according to order. National Library of Ireland
Letter : from Murrough O'Brien, Earl of Inchiquin, at Cork, to Prince Rupert National Library of Ireland
A letter to the Honorable William Lenthal Esquire, speaker of the Honorable House of Commons: concerning the late successful proceedings of the Lord Inchiquine in the kingdom of Ireland National Library of Ireland
The Lord Inchiquins queries. - German National Library
A manifestation directed to the honourable houses of Parliament in England : sent from the Lord Inchequin, the Lord Broghill, Sir Wil. Fenton, Sir Percy Smith, Lieut. Col. Will. Brocket, Lieut. Col. Thomas Serle, Serjeant-major Muschamp; containing the reasons of their now opposing the cessation [dated from Cork, July 18, 1644] with the blood-thirsty Irish rebels; and their resolution to live and die in defence of the Parliament and Protestant cause in that kingdom. As also, the joynt and unaminous declaration of His Majesties Protestant subjects in the Province of Munster, shewing to the whole world the many inhumane, cruell, and unheard of perfidious dealings, treacherous conspiracies, and horrid combinations of friers, priests, and Jesuits, to betray the castles, forts, and garrisons, and their murthering many Protestants in that province, contrary to the article of free commerce, and other articles of the late treaty. Die Veneris, 9 August. 1644. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this letter and declaration be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown, Cler. Parliamentorum. Corrected, and amended. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland German National Library
Miscellaneous Documents. 1645 National Library of Ireland
More victoryes obtained in Ireland. - German National Library
Murrough the Burner, 1991: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Popes brief National Library of Ireland
The Popes brief: or Romes inquiry after the death of their Catholiques here in England, during these times of warre: : discovered by two commissions; the one sent from the Pope that now is: the other, from the Bishop and Duke of Cambrey, to severall commissioners in England: whereby the death of such Catholiques may be returned to the See of Rome, to be determined of (As may be fit for the glory of God.) Together with a catalogue of the vicars generall, and archdeacons under the Bishop of Calcedon, for the setling of the popish hierarchy in England. With divers letters concerning the same. Also severall letters and papers of the Lord Inchiquines in Ireland, intercepted by the Earl of Warwick, and sent to the House of Commons; wherein is discovered the ungratefull and perfidious dealing of the said Lord with the Parliament of England. National Library of Ireland
True copy of a second letter, sent from the Lord of Inchiquine to the honorable Collonell Michaell Jones National Library of Ireland German National Library
A true relation of a great victory. - German National Library

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