Works of the Camden Society Volume 88

Works of the Camden Society Volume 88

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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. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...in respect that other noblemen in Ireland would affect the like, though for his fayth and valour I know noe subiect in that realme to goe before him, I need not vse many wordes concerninge tho-same; only this I will add, that we doe hear only leaue the proiects of the warr to the Lord Deputy, whoe seemeth to conceaue that Ballishannon shalbe planted ether by himself or els by Sir Henry Dockwra, whoe now pretendeth that if his nombers be made vpp to their ould list of 3,000, from the which they are lately decayed, he will plant Ballishannon by land from the Liffer, and send some such shippinge as attendes Loughfoyle about with 1601. their victualles. Consider you, therefore, now whether we shall here AW" 30"" change all this course and take hould of my Lord of T homond's pro mise, with which the Deputy and state is now (sic) way acquaynted, whoe if he mislike it will cast it away with the dash of a pen, and if he doe yeeld to it and it succeed will leaue the interpretation to the successe. To conclude, Sir, I never founde it yet but the Deputyes would ether follow their owne proiectes, or mislike other, follow their and for ought that I can see we are all the chyldren of Adam. own course. In this matter of Lymericke," though the lords haue written vnto gllzelfizior f you as they doe, and though in noe sort they meane to detract ' from your authority, yet they haue here a better oratour then my Lord of Thomond is. Nevertheles, we haue noe way seemed to yeild, but we doe wish that, because the fyne is great, that if they will subrnitt themselfes to pay what you shall moderate, that of your owne free accord you deliuer the maior vppon bondes, and dispense with some part of the fyne, as you know is done here, both...show more

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  • Paperback | 62 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236963288
  • 9781236963284