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Blesinton is occupied by Gen. Ginkle's French troops, but the lieut.-col. promises that the deer shall not be disturbed nor the trees cut down; the Bp. of London and the Dean of St. Paul's are to be informed of the attempts of Dissenters in the North against the Church; Dean Davis has gone to England— he is a constant preacher, and a very good man of a quiet temper; the Irish rapparees have burned all Philipstown except one house; Dubl., 15 Nov 1690

MS. Rawl. C. 984, fol. 85

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MS. Rawl. C. 984, fol. 85

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One of two unsigned letters from M. Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh, to his son, Viscount Blesinton, at the Countess Dowager of Montrath's house in Soho Square, London; written by an amanuensis. See also fol. 86(2).


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