County Londonderry Lands and Families in Northern Ireland: Names and Locations from the Plantation of Ulster
Irish Roots Cafe, 2004 - 101 oldal
The Final Word From the works of George Hill on the 17th century settlement of Ulster (1609+), the entire text includes family history records and enlightening 19th century commentary. This was the third volume to the set entitled 'The Conquest of Ireland, an historical and genealogical account of the plantation in Ulster'. It is published on its own here complete due to its importance to Historical and Genealogical Research.
Special added surname index included for the first time. Approx. size 7'' x 10''. Published by the Irish Genealogical Foundation (2004). First IGF edition, First IGF printing.
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It might ease the city [London] of an insupportable burthen of persons, which it
might conveniently spare, all parts of the city being so surcharged that one
tradesman is scarce able to live by another; and it would also be a means to free
and isles of Scotland, which may be transported by means of the river Ban and
Loughfoyle into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim
(19). The city of Dublin being desolate by the slaughter of the Easterlings, who ...
... such a part as might befit them in the project of the plantation of Ulster, and to
be a means to reduce that savage and rebellious people to civility, peace,
religion, and obedience ; and having commissioned the bearers, John Brode [or
V. In the mean time, the Londoners were not asleep. They had listened with deep
interest to an account of all their agents had seen and heard whilst in Ulster ; they
had examined and admired again and again, the several 'commodities' ...
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