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A34852 Hibernia anglicana, or, The history of Ireland, from the conquest thereof by the English, to this present time with an introductory discourse touching the ancient state of that kingdom and a new and exact map of the same / by Richard Cox ... Cox, Richard, Sir, 1650-1733. 1689 (1689) Wing C6722; ESTC R5067 1,013,759 1,088

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the_o lord_n justice_n be_v in_o england_n the_o king_n of_o connaught_n exhibit_v a_o grievous_a complaint_n against_o john_n de_fw-fr burgo_n that_o he_o have_v enter_v his_o country_n with_o force_n 195._o hanmer_n 195._o and_o waste_v the_o same_o with_o fire_n and_o sword_n humble_o beseech_v his_o majesty_n to_o do_v he_o justice_n and_o to_o bridle_v such_o rash_a attempt_n allege_v that_o he_o be_v a_o loyal_a subject_n and_o pay_v for_o his_o kingdom_n a_o annual_a pension_n 123._o davis_n 123._o amount_v in_o all_o from_o his_o first_o subjection_n to_o five_o thousand_o mark_n and_o desire_v the_o king_n that_o he_o will_v rid_v he_o of_o that_o base_a
the_o follow_a order_n to_o stop_v any_o far_a proceed_n upon_o the_o aforesaid_a illegal_a writ_n which_o i_o do_v the_o rather_o recite_v at_o large_a because_o it_o justify_v my_o assertion_n that_o ireland_n be_v inseparable_a from_o the_o crown_n of_o england_n since_o we_o find_v the_o king_n effectual_o interpose_v to_o rectify_v miscarriage_n there_o notwithstanding_o the_o aforesaid_a donation_n to_o the_o prince_n which_o be_v as_o full_a as_o it_o can_v be_v word_v rex_fw-la thesaurario_fw-la &_o baronibus_fw-la de_fw-la scaccario_fw-la dublin_n 255._o ibid._n 255._o salutem_fw-la quia_fw-la de_fw-la assensu_fw-la &_o voluntate_fw-la praelatorum_fw-la &_o magnatum_fw-la terrae_fw-la hiberniae_fw-la dudum_fw-la fuit_fw-la provisum_fw-la &_o concessum_fw-la quod_fw-la eisdem_fw-la legibus_fw-la tenerentur_fw-la in_o terra_fw-la illa_fw-la quibus_fw-la homines_fw-la regni_fw-la nostri_fw-la utuntur_fw-la in_o regno_fw-la nostro_fw-la angliae_fw-la quod_fw-la eadem_fw-la 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