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" Whereas the adversaries do spread divers rumours, do write divers letters, and, under the King's name, do print proclamations which are not the King's, by which means divers plots and dangers may ensue unto our nation ; we, therefore, to stop the way... "
Lives of illustrious ... Irishmen, ed. by J. Wills - Page 38
by Irishman - 1840
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Memoirs of the Archbishops of Dublin

John D'Alton - Bishops - 1838 - 492 pages
...proclamations published in the king's name, " until it be known, in a national council by its agents, whether they truly proceed from the king, left to his own freedom." They directed that "all Irish peers, magistrates, and noblemen," should be united by an oath of association,...
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The confederation of Kilkenny

Charles Patrick Meehan - 1846
...do will and command that i Buch rumours, letters, or proclamations my have place or belief in,: it be known in a national council, whether they truly...appointed by the National Council^ have free passage t < his Majesty, whereby the kingdom may be certainly informed of hi' Hajerty's intention and will....
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A History of the Attempts to Establish the Protestant Reformation in Ireland ...

Thomas D'Arcy McGee - Catholics - 1853 - 376 pages
...rumors, letters, or proclama" tions may have place or belief until it be known in " a national conncil, whether they truly proceed from " the king, left to...certainly informed of his majesty's " intention and will. " ' III. We straightly command all our inferiors, as " well churchmen as laymen, to make no alienation,...
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The Diocese of Meath: Ancient and Modern, Volume 2

Anthony Cogan - Ireland - 1867
...and dangers may ensue unto our nation ; we, therefore, to stop the way of untruth, and forgeries of political adversaries, do will and command that no...certainly informed of his Majesty's intention and will. "III. We strictly command all our inferiors, as well churchmen as laymen, to make no alienation, comparison,...
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The History of Irish Periodical Literature: From the End of the ..., Volume 1

Richard Robert Madden - English newspapers - 1867 - 531 pages
...plots and dangers may ensue to the nation : We, therefore, to stop the way of untruth, and forgeries of political adversaries, do will and command that no...Council, have free passage to His Majesty, whereby this kingdom may be certainly informed of His Majesty's will and intentions.'' * Not one of the original...
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The Irish nation: its history and its biography, by J. and F. Wills, Volume 2

James Wills - 1875
...of their own lives, fortunes, lands and possessions : whereas 1 said this war is by the catholicks undertaken for the foresaid causes against unlawful...certainly informed of his majesty's intention and will. TRANSITION.— POLITICAL. vine, v, may be tied together with the holy bond of union and concord, and...
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The confederate chieftains

Mary Anne Sadlier - 1882
...and dangers may ensue unto our nation ; we, therefore, to stop the way of untruth, and forgeries of political adversaries, do will and command that no...certainly informed of his Majesty's intention and will, III. We straightly command all our inferiors, as well churchmen as laymen, to make no alienation, comparison,...
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The Confederation of Kilkenny

Charles Patrick Meehan - Ireland - 1882 - 351 pages
...and dangers may ensue unto our nation ; we, therefore, to stop the way of untruth, and forgeries of political adversaries, do will and command that no...certainly informed of his Majesty's intention and will. " III. — We straightly command all our inferiors, as well churchmen as laymen, to make no alienation,...
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