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" Ireland, shall have free liberty to go to any country beyond the seas (England and Scotland excepted), where they think fit, with their families, household-stuff, plate, and jewels. "
A History of the Penal Laws Against the Irish Catholics, from the Treaty of ... - Page 16
by Sir Henry Parnell - 2003 - 226 pages
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The History of King William the Third: In III Parts, Volume 2

Abel Boyer - Great Britain - 1702
...excepted) where they think fit with their Families, and Houlhold-Stuff, Plate and Jewels. II. That all the General Officers, Colonels, and generally all other Officers of Horfe, Dragoons, and Foot Guards, Troops, Dragoons, Soldiers of all kind, that are in any Garrifon, Place or Port, now in...
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The modern part of An universal history, from the earliest ..., Volume 42

World history - 1784
...the feas (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, houfhold-ftuff, plate, and jewels. II. That all general officers,...volunteers, that are willing to go beyond feas as aforefaid, fliall have free leave to embark themfelves wherever the (hips are that are appointed to tranfport...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland ..., Volume 2

John Curry - Ireland - 1786
...the feas (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, houfhold-ftuff, plate, and jewels. II. That all general officers,...are willing to go beyond feas as aforefaid, fhall have free leave to embark themfelves wherever the mips are that are appointed to tranfport them, and...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland ..., Volume 2

John Curry - Ireland - 1786
...the feas (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, houfhold-fluff, plate, and jewels. II. That all general officers,...foldiers of all kinds that are in any garrifon, place, or port, now in the hands of the Irifli, or encamped in the counties, of Cork, Clare, and Kerry, as alfo...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the ...

John Curry - 1810
...the seas (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, household-stuff, plate and jewels. II. That all general officers, colonels, and generally all other officers of horse, dragoons, and foot guards, troopers, dragooners, soldiers of all kinds that are in any garrison,...
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The History of Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Present ..., Volume 1

Stephen Barlow - Ireland - 1814 - 524 pages
...the seas (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, household stuff, plate and jewels. II. That all general officers, colonels, and generally all other officers of horse, dragoons, and foot guards, troopers, dragooners, soldiers of all kinds that are in garrison,...
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The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II.: With a ..., Volume 3

Thomas Leland - Ireland - 1814
...the seas, (England and Scotland excepted) where they think fit, with their families, household-stuff, plate and jewels. II. THAT all general officers, colonels, and generally all other officers of horse, dragoons, and foot-guards, troopers, dragooners, soldiers of all kinds that are in any garrison,...
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Official Documents, with Extracts from State Letters, and from Other ...

Eirionnach - Catholic emancipation - 1828 - 84 pages
...seas, (England and Scotland excepted,) where they think fit, with their families, household stuff, plate and jewels. . . , , II. That all General...Officers, Colonels, and generally all other Officers of Horse, Dragoons and Foot Guards, Troopers, Dragoorrers, Soldiers of all kinds that are in any Garrison...
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A history of Ireland, from ... 1689, to ... 1691

John Graham - 1839
...seas, (England and Scotland excepted,) where they think (it, with their families, household-stuff, plate, and jewels. II That all general officers, colonels, and generally all other officers of horse, dragoons, and foot-guards, troopers, dragooners, soldiers of all kinds that are in any garrUon,...
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A history of the attempts to establish the Protestant Reformation in Ireland ...

Thomas D'Arcy McGee - History - 1853 - 376 pages
...seas, (England and Scotland excepted,) where they think fit, with their families, household stuff, plate, and jewels. II. That all general officers, colonels, and generally all other officers of horse, dragoons, and footguards, troopers, dragooners, soldiers of all kinds that are in any garrison,...
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