3 edition of An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry found in the catalog.
An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry
|Statement||in a letter from a gentleman at Liverpool, to a person of quality in London.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 938:16.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 p.)|
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An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry: with the particulars of the barbarous murder of the Bishop of Waterford Author: Gentleman at Liverpool. An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry with the particulars of the barbarous murder of the Bishop of Waterford / in a letter from a gentleman at Liverpool, to a person of quality in London.
An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry with the particulars of the barbarous murder of the Bishop of Waterford / in a letter from a gentleman at Liverpool, to a person of quality in : Gentleman at Liverpool. You are particularly to inform yourself of the present condition of Londonderry, both as to men, arms, and ammunition, and whether the country thereabout can be able to furnish provisions for a greater force intended to be sent thither without carrying provisions from England; an exact account whereof you are to bring yourself with the best speed you can, or to send it with the first conveniency to me, or to the.
On leaving office Mccartney wrote, for the benefit of politicians in London, a brief account of affairs in Ireland, especially in connection with the revenue. He also gives a potted history of the Irish parliament in the 18th century, and a description of the structure of the Irish Government.
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