A Comtemporary Description of the Domesday Survey

A Comtemporary Description of the Domesday Survey

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...cuttinge them ofl-e in all places whear he could find them, and their forces began to grow weake. Onie Omoore and Brian Reaghe departed from the earle of Soogan in some displeasure notwithstanding the earle helde out indifferent well, being supported by the barrones of Lixnawe and Cahir by Oconohor Kierie, the White Knighte, the knights of Kierie and of the Glin, John Barrie, Piers Lacye and manye others, and, the winter being thus paste over in jorneys and services on both sides, the earle of Essex was appoynted to come over into Ireland Lord Lieftennat generall of the kingdom, and the Lords Justices weare to be discharged. Sir Arthur Chichester a verie worthy and valiant gent. whose services done in France at the siedge of Amiens and other places was honoured as he well deserved at the handes of the French King with the order of knighthood was nowe imployd by the Quenes Majestie of England, to the services in this Kingdom of Ireland and arrived at the Skyrries uppon the 22 daye of Marche, havinge the conduction of.1000. men, who weare apoynted to lye at Droghedah untill further order might be taken for them. Robert earle of Essexe arrived at Dublin, Lord Lieftenante of Ireland upon the 15 daye of Aprill, who presentlie as he landed went to Sir.rnnn1;,99 Harrie Wallop to visite him lyeing sicke one his deathe bed, and f1' ' '1'f: ' haveing delivered unto him a fewe favourable speeches from the 5"" 'g'" Quene's Majestye the earLe tooke his leave of Sir Harrie, and so departed to his lodging; and at the very same instant Sir Harrie Wallop yelded up the ghost and died to the great grief of all his frinds and favourites. When the lord lieftenant had received the...
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  • English
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  • 1236781546
  • 9781236781543