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Enniskillen, Connor Maguire, Baron of, 1616-1645 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Enniskillen, Connor Maguire 1616-1645 Baron of ISNI

Enniskillen, Connor Maguire 1616-1645 German National Library

Conchobhar Mag Uidhir irischer Adliger und Rebellenführer Wikidata

VIAF ID: 64937972 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  2546  4929 

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The copy of two letters sent from Rome, 1642: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The last speeches and confession of the Lord Maguire : the Irish rebell, that was hanged at Tyburne, and drawne, and quartered on Thursday last, the 20th. of February, 1644 [O.S.]. With all the questions that were put to him, and his severall answers. And the coppies of those letters, and other papers which he then had in his hands and made use of, that were afterwards delivered to Sheriffe Gibbs. And his directory from the Romish priests that gave him notice by the said papers to know them, in passing to Tiburne with him; also his severall absolutions secretly given him, and all other passages at his death. Printed and published according to order. National Library of Ireland
The subjection of all traytors, 1681: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Triall of Connor Macguire, Baron of Eneskillin in Ireland (a grand Irish rebell) at the Kings-Bench Barre, on Munday Febr. 10. and Tuesday Febr. 11. 1644 National Library of Ireland
The vvhole triall of Connor Lord Macguire : with the perfect copies of the indictment, and all the evidences against him. Also, the copie of Sir Philome Oneales commission, the Popes Bull to the confederate Catholikes in Ireland, with many remarkable passages of the grand rebellion there, from the first rise thereof to this present. His plea of peerage, and severall answers: with the severall replies made to him, by the Kings Sergeant at Law, and Sergeant Roll. William Prynne, Esquire; and M. Nudigate. And the copies of the severall testimonies brought in against him at his triall at the Kings Bench Barre, in Hilarie term last: By the Lord Blaney. Lady Calfield. Sir Arthur Loftus. Sir Iohn Temple. Sir William Stewart. Sir Fran. Hamilton. Sir Edw. Borlacey. Sir VVilliam Cole. Sir Charles Coot. Mrs. VVordrofe. Iohn Carmicke. VValter Gubson. M. Bunbury. Cap. Mich. Balfoure. Captain Berisford. National Library of Ireland
The whole triall of Connor Lord Macguire ... 1645. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

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