HICKSON, Mary. Ireland in the Seventeenth Century or The Irish Massacres of 1641-2, their causes and results.
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Illustrated by extracts from the unpublished State Papers, the unpublished Mss in the Bodleian Library, Lambeth Library, and the Library of the Royal Dublin Society relating to the Plantations of 1610-39; a selection from the unpublished Depositions relating to the Massacres, with facsimiles; and the Reports of the Trials in the High Court of Justice in 1652-4, from the unpublished Mss in Trinity College, Dublin. With a preface by J.A. Froude. Two volumes. London: Longmans, Green, 1884. Medium octavo. pp. (1) xiv, 399, 24, (2) vii, 407. Maroon pebbled cloth, titled in gilt. Cloth faded. A good set. Very scarce.
Not in Bradshaw. Gilbert 368. “Illustrated by extracts from the unpublished state papers, the unpublished mss. in the Bodleian library, Lambeth library, and the library of the Royal Dublin Society, relating to the plantations of 1610-39; a selection from the unpublished depositions relating to the massacres ... and the reports of the trials in the High Court of Justice in 1652-4, from the unpublished mss. in Trinity College, Dublin.” Includes bibliographical references.
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