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Morley, Henry. Ireland under Elizabeth and James the First. London, New York: George Routledge & Sons, 1890. 8vo. 445 pp. $15.00
In series: The Carisbrooke library. Contents: Introduction; View of the state of Ireland (1597) by/ Edmund Spenser; Discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued ... until the beginning of His Majesty's happy reign (1612) by Sir John Davies; Letter from Sir John Davies ... to Robert, earl of Salisbury, touching the state of Monaghan, Fermanagh and Cavan (1607); Plantation of Ulster: A letter from Sir John Davies (1610); Irish Parliament: Sir John Davies's speech (1613); Description of Ireland by Flynes Moryson (1599 to 1603); and Appendix.
NSTC 0712624. Poor copy. Publisher's green cloth; spine perished and repaired with green cloth tape. Ex-library: bookplate and rubber-stamp on front pastedown and free endpape; label and rubber-stamps on rear pastedown; label on rear free endpaper; stamps in margins of text. Brittle paper and pages detached. (33085) Please RESHELVE This.
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