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Proceedings of the forces in Ireland under Sir Hardress Waller and Lord-Deputy Ireton by Parliamentary army officers 1650-1651
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File DescriptionJohn T. Gilbert
Funded by University College, Cork
Electronic edition compiled by Ruth Murphy
2. Second draft.
Extent of text: 24200 words
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- Clarendon Papers, 1650, No. 442 Bodleian Library.
- Trinity College, Dublin, F. 4, 16.
- A Letter from the Lord Deputy-General of Ireland, unto the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England; concerning the Rendition of the City of Limerick: together with the Articles formerly offered, and the Articles upon which the same was Surrendred: as also a Particular of the persons excepted, the Ammunition and Ordnance in the Town delivered upon the Surrender of the said City. Friday the 28th of November, 1651. Ordered by the Parliament, That the Letter from the Deputy-General of Ireland, and Articles, together with the Particulars inclosed, be forthwith Printed and Published; and read by the Ministers on the day appointed for Thanks to be given in the several Congregations. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti. London, Printed by John Field, Printer to the Parliament of England, 1651.
The edition used in the digital edition
- John T. Gilbert, Proceedings of the forces in Ireland under Sir Hardress Waller and Lord-Deputy Ireton by Parliamentary army officers 1650-1651 in A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland. Volume 3, part 2. , Dublin, Irish Archaeological Society (1880) volume 3part 2page 218263
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Created: by anonymous military officers in the service of the Parliament of England
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Language: [EN] The text is in seventeenth-century English.
Language: [LA] Some words are in Latin.