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Nine Years War - An Overview In the beginning of the century [the original text refers to the sixteenth rather than the seventeenth century] the Pale, or that Part of Ireland in which the writ of the king England ran,
The Great O'Neill - Hugh, Earl of Tyrone Hugh O'Neill is definitely a man of many facets. Even those of a Royalist or English leaning recognised
The Battle of Yellow Ford: An Irish Victory In 1597, the course of the nine years war swung sharply in the favour of the Irish rebels,
The Battle of Kinsale - Defeat & Failure Kinsale; the name of a pretty town and the scene of what is often seen as Gaelic Ireland's greatest defeat one that set in chain the Flight of The Earls and the plantation of Ulster.

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The Flight of the Earls A Popular History

 The Flight of the Earls A Popular History

  The Flight of the Earls: A Popular History Liam Swords The Columba Press 9781856075824 €11.49 When some ninety-nine persons,...

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Images Of Ireland: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown

Images Of Ireland: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown

  Images Of Ireland: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Pat Walsh The History Press 9781845885007 €15.30 A new and updated version of this rich visual record of one of Dublin's most famous suburbs. Pat...

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Elizabeth's Irish Wars

Elizabeth's Irish Wars

  Elizabeth's Irish Wars Cyril Falls Constable & Robison 978-0-09477-220-5 £12.99 Though slightly old fashioned, this book has stood the...

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