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Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland : Volume 4
by O'Clery, Michael, and O'Clery, Cucogry, and O'Mulconry, Ferfeasa

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...O'Duinn being slaine" recte was slaine " by Cu-coigrichy O'Maelmoy in revenge of his brother that was by him killed afore that. "The prey of Calry taken by the sons of Layseach mac Rossa. Mac Magnus of Tirtuahyl his son being" recte was "killed by the son of Conner Roc Magmanusa, he intruding upon him without just cause, as it was thought. "Warr betwixt the sonns of Morty backach O'Conner, & the sons of Brienffitz-Daniel O'Conner, so that Magnus titz-Brien's son was taken prisoner in that warr, & an other of his sonns was wounded, so that they did nmch harm to each other. "Brien Mac Uonnaghye's son tooke a prey from John Mac Donuaghye's son, & has" had? "driven it towards O'Ruairk, & Clanndonnaghy followed him, & they burnt Drum-da-Ethier, O'Ruairk's Residence, & Thady O'Ruairk his sonns persued them, & he turned against them, & Thady O'Ruairk's two sons were taken prisoners, & some of their men were slaine." THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1449. The Age of Christ, one thousand four hundred forty-nine. Donough, the son of Tiernan Oge, Lord of West Breifny, died, after having laboured a year under pulmonary consumption1; and Tiernan, son ofTeige O'Rourke, was elected in his place by the people of West Breifny. Owen, the son of Johnm, Lord of the district called Muintir-Maelmora, died; and his son, John O'Reilly, was elected in his place by O'Neill and the sept of John O'Reilly; butFarrell O'Reilly (i. e. the son of Thomas More) being elected by the sept of Mahon O'Reilly and by the English, war and disturbances arose between them the candidates. The Lord Justice and the Earl of Ormond came to assist Farrell O'Reilly; but John O'Reilly and his forces suddenly charged the van...

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Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland; Volume 4Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland; Volume 4 (Paperback)
Pub. Date: 2018-11-11
Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
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Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland; Volume 4Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland; Volume 4 (Paperback)
Pub. Date: 2018-11-11
Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Price: $47.00
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Condition: New
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Overview

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...O'Duinn being slaine" recte was slaine " by Cu-coigrichy O'Maelmoy in revenge of his brother that was by him killed afore that. "The prey of Calry taken by the sons of Layseach mac Rossa. Mac Magnus of Tirtuahyl his son being" recte was "killed by the son of Conner Roc Magmanusa, he intruding upon him without just cause, as it was thought. "Warr betwixt the sonns of Morty backach O'Conner, & the sons of Brienffitz-Daniel O'Conner, so that Magnus titz-Brien's son was taken prisoner in that warr, & an other of his sonns was wounded, so that they did nmch harm to each other. "Brien Mac Uonnaghye's son tooke a prey from John Mac Donuaghye's son, & has" had? "driven it towards O'Ruairk, & Clanndonnaghy followed him, & they burnt Drum-da-Ethier, O'Ruairk's Residence, & Thady O'Ruairk his sonns persued them, & he turned against them, & Thady O'Ruairk's two sons were taken prisoners, & some of their men were slaine." THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1449. The Age of Christ, one thousand four hundred forty-nine. Donough, the son of Tiernan Oge, Lord of West Breifny, died, after having laboured a year under pulmonary consumption1; and Tiernan, son ofTeige O'Rourke, was elected in his place by the people of West Breifny. Owen, the son of Johnm, Lord of the district called Muintir-Maelmora, died; and his son, John O'Reilly, was elected in his place by O'Neill and the sept of John O'Reilly; butFarrell O'Reilly (i. e. the son of Thomas More) being elected by the sept of Mahon O'Reilly and by the English, war and disturbances arose between them the candidates. The Lord Justice and the Earl of Ormond came to assist Farrell O'Reilly; but John O'Reilly and his forces suddenly charged the van...

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  • PID: 15263389890
  • ISBN-13: 9780353433731
  • Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
  • Seller: Alibris
    Condition: New.
    Notes: Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 618 p.