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A35238 The history of the kingdom of Ireland being an account of all the battles, sieges and other considerable transactions both civil and military, during the late wars there, till the entire reduction of that countrey by the victorious arms of our most gracious soveraign, King William : to which is prefixed, a brief relation of the ancient inhabitants, and first conquest of that nation by King Henry II, and of all the remarkable passages in the reign of every king to this time, particularly the horrid rebellion and massacre in 1641, with the popish and arbitrary designs that were carried on there, in the last reigns / by R.B. R. B., 1632?-1725? 1693 (1693) Wing C7335; ESTC R21153 121,039 194

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