Browsing by Author "O'Neill, Phelim, Sir, 1604?-1653, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The Rebells letter to the Pope. VVherein they present unto him their late purchases by the svvord in Ireland, praying his benediction for their future proceedings. Sent and communicated by an Irish priest unto his friends here in England.Date of publication:
1642Author(s):Description:Dated and signed on p. 6: Given in our Catholike campe the 20th of December 1641, stilo novo .. Oneale Omaghon. Mac Cartie More. Mac Donogh Macquire. An apparent forgery, often wrongly attributed to Sir Phelim O'Neill. ...This item contains 4 files (42.18 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The true demands of the rebells in Ireland. Declaring the causes of their taking up armes. Sent into England by Sir Phelom O-Neale, their generall: to the Honorable and High Court of Parliament. Vlster, February 1.0. [sic] 1641. Published for prventing [sic] false copies already extant, or that may be hereafter printed. Avowed by R.P. Gent.Date of publication:
1642Author(s):Description:Not in fact by O'Neill. One of a series of tracts intended to turn the public against the Irish rebels. Variant has "February 10. 1641." in line thirteen of text. Signatures: A⁴. Reproduction of the original in the British ...This item contains 4 files (40.7 KB).Publicly Available