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" Foyle into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim. The City of Dublin being desolate by the slaughter of the Easterlings, who were the ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry the Second to the City of Bristol to be... "
County Londonderry Lands and Families in Northern Ireland: Names and ... - 363. oldal
szerző: George Hill - 2004 - 101 oldal
Korlátozott előnézet - Információ erről a könyvről

A Concise View of the Origin, Constitution and Proceedings of the Honorable ...

Irish Society (London, England) - 1822 - 189 oldal
...rivers of Bann and Lough Foyle, into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim. " The city of Dublin being desolate by the slaughter...ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry the Second to the city of Bristol, to be inhabited; which, without any charge to the King, Bristol...

Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the Reign ...

Ireland. Chancery, Ireland. Public Record Office, James Morrin - 1863 - 700 oldal
...the river of Bann and Loughfoile into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim. The city of Dublin being desolate by the slaughter...ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry II. unto the city of Bristol to be inhabited, which, without any charge to the king, Bristol did undertake...

City of London Livery Companies' Commission: Report and Appendix, 1. kötet

Great Britain. London livery companies commission - 1884
...the rivers of Bonn and Lough into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim. " The city of Dublin, being desolate by the slaughter...ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry the Second to the city of Bristol, to be inhabited, which, without any charge to the King, Bristol...

A Brief Historical Narrative of the Origin and Constitution of "The Society ...

Irish Society (London, England) - 1899 - 248 oldal
...slaughter of the Easterlings, who were the ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry the Second to the City of Bristol to be inhabited, which, without any charge to the King, Bristol did undertake and performed it, whose posterity doth there continue unto this day. This plantation...




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