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Leicester, Philip Sidney, Earl of, 1619-1698 National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO

Leicester, Philip Sidney 1619-1698 Earl of ISNI

Leicester, Philip Sidney of 1619-1698 German National Library

Sidney, Philip, 3d earl of Leicester, 1619-1698 Vatican Library

Philip Sidney, 3rd Earl of Leicester English politician Wikidata

VIAF ID: 77395570 (Personal)


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An armie for Ireland. - German National Library
An armie for Ireland, conducted by the Lord Lithe [Lisle], son to the right honourable, the Earle of Licester, Lord Deputy of Ireland. : Being a vote of both houses in Parliament for the sending of speedy ayd into Ireland, consisting both of the Scottish and English army, speaking of the great feare that the city of Dublin hath been in, and in what danger to be taken sundry times, but now most valiantly defended by the Scottish volunteers, and English army. With an excellent copy of a letter sent from the Lord Moore to Sir William Barker in England, speaking of all the greevances and miseries of the Protestants whatsoever, as also of all the blondy designes that the rebels intended to take the castle. National Library of Ireland
The late prosperous proceedings of the Protestant army ... 1643: National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
Letters and memorials of state, in the reigns of Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, King James, King Charles the First, part of the reign of King Charles the Second, and Oliver's usurpation. Written and collected by Sir Henry Sydney ... the famous Sir Philip Sydney, and his brother Sir Robert Sydney ... Robert, the second earl of Leicester ... Philip, lord viscount Lisle ... and of his brother, Colonel Algernon Sydney ... Together with letters of the other ministers of state, with whom they held a correspondence. The whole containing the antient state of Ireland; with characters and private memoirs. Also, the antient government of the principality of Wales. The wars between the Spaniards, and the States-General in the Netherlands. Negotiations between the courts of England, France, &c. The intriegues of the several courts of Queen Elizabeth, Kinf James, and King Charles the First. With other remarkable transactions, both at home and abroad, during those times, not hitherto known. Faithfully transcribed from the originals ... Whereunto is added, genealogical and historical observations: also memoirs of the lives and actions of the Sydneys, and their noble ancestors, the Dudleys, Grey, Talbot, Beauchamp, Berkley, and Lisle; and a defence of Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester, wrote by Sir Philip Sydney. Collected from records, their last wills and testaments, original papers, authentick manuscripts, and our most approved historians. Vatican Library Library of Congress/NACO

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