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Some of the Presbyterian ministers in the North have petitioned the Lord Justices to be exempted from serving the office of churchwarden; the Archbishop of Tuam and others are to be acquainted with their proceedings; the French troops are still quartered at Blesinton, and the chief officers are very civil to the writer; a letter from Hugh Harding this day tells that Monkstown is exceedingly spoiled and Red Abbey almost destroyed; Dubl., 22 Nov 1690

MS. Rawl. C. 984, fol. 86(2)

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MS. Rawl. C. 984, fol. 86(2)

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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. 85.


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