3 edition of A journal of the three months royal campaign of His Majesty in Ireland found in the catalog.
A journal of the three months royal campaign of His Majesty in Ireland
|Statement||by Samuel Mullenaux|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 721:15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5-28 p|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Full text of "Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland" See other formats. MAUDE EDWARDS, 27 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, you are indicted at the instance of the Right Honourable Robert Munro, his Majesty's Advocate, and the charge against you is that on 23rd May , in the Royal Scottish Academy Gallery, The Mound, Edinburgh, you did wilfully and maliciously strike and cut with a hatchet and damage a Portrait of Known for: Suffragette imprisoned for slashing a .
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A journal of the three months royal campaign of His Majesty in Ireland: together, with a true and perfect diary of the siege of Lymerick Author: Samuel Mullenaux.
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Thereafter in Ireland with i/ioth Royal Scots. 12 MAJOR ROBERT WILLIAM DUNDAS, M.C., 16 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh. King Carl Gustaf of Sweden used his annual Christmas speech to address why he chose to strip five of his grandchildren of their royal titles.
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The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, No. 3/4, Oct., Note his address is given as New-Boston, which was the "West-end of town".
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The cost of the campaign was enormous for both sides, w recorded casualties (the majority for the French side).