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A continuation of the impartial history of the wars of Ireland

George Warter Story

A continuation of the impartial history of the wars of Ireland

from the time that Duke Schonberg landed with an army in that Kingdom, to the 23d of March, 1691/2, when Their Majesties proclamation was published, declaring the war to be ended : illustrated with copper sculptures describing the most important places of action : together with some remarks upon the present state of that kingdom

by George Warter Story

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Published by Printed for Ric. Chiswell ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland -- History -- War of 1689-1691.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesImpartial history of the affairs of Ireland during the last two years, True and impartial history of the most material occurrences in the kingdom of Ireland during the two last years, Impartial history of the affairs of Ireland during the last two years., True and impartial history of the most material occurrences in the kingdom of Ireland during the two last years.
    Statementby George Story ...
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 477:8.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[24], 328, [14] folded plates
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16731398M

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    These slides show photographs and other images relating to the history of Ireland. The sequence focuses particularly on events between the Easter Rising of and independence in , and was put together by Henry Sara using images from newspapers, magazines and other publications. Ireland - Ireland - The Restoration period and the Jacobite war: Most significant of the events of the Restoration was the second Act of Settlement (), which enabled Protestants loyal to the crown to recover their estates. The Act of Explanation () obliged the Cromwellian settlers to surrender one-third of their grants and thus provided a reserve of land from which Roman Catholics were.


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Story, Continuation of the Impartial History of the Wars in Ireland (), p. Ibid., p. Story, op. cit., Macariæ Excidium, p.and notes, pp. There had been some discussion on this subject between Sarsfield and Ginkel, however, difficulties having been raised by the French about the embarkation of the women; see Sarsfield’s letter in Gilbert, Jacobite.

Story's ‘History’ is an authority for the war in Ireland on the Williamite side. The first part, entitled ‘An Impartial History,’ which goes down to January –1, was licensed in London on 30 April A second edition was published with the ‘Continuation’ early in The ‘Continuation’ has maps, some by Captain Samuel Hobson.

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Story, George, An Impartial History – Contemporary Williamite account of the War, regiments and statistics. Murray, Robert, H, The Rev. The Journal of John Stevens Containing a Brief Account of the War in Ireland, – Contemporary Jacobite account of the campaign including an index containing names of those involved.

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From misty start to unending finish, Irish revolt against colonial rule has been the leitmotif that runs through the entire history of empire, causing problems in Ireland, in England itself, and.Ireland could Jeffery reclaim the war or John Horne describe it as ‘Our War.’ Horne entitles his book Our War not merely becaIrish soldiers were killed in battle but because it had a profound impact on the direction of the country.

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