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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1577, 01 June 1577-30 June 1577

    prior to the committal of divers of the English pale to the Castle of Dublin. On June 2 he assembled before the Council divers lords and gentlemen of the English Pale at Dublin, and asked them what they could say

    Index, Subjects

    311 – 13, 318, 321 – 2, 341, 345, 353, 364, 370 – 1, 420 Fence, defence ( see also pale), 6, 30, 34, 37, 39, 43, 46, 55, 58 – 9, 63, 91, 93 – 4, 99, 104, 111

    Glossary

    malice. Marstones. Moorstones, pieces of a kind of granite. Met. Obsolete past tense of the verb to mete ; measured. Pale. A stake, a stake fence. Paper wall. ?A thin or insubstantial wall. Pentice, penthouse. A lean-to building; sometimes an

    Elizabeth I: volume 132, November 1587, 01 November 1587-30 November 1587

    of the Pale, or whether Wexford, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Caterlow, and the King and Queen's counties be to bear their portions, and then whether it shall be according to that proportion that the lords and gentlemen of the Pale have cessed Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    council of, see Council, Privy. English , Edmund, 442, 443. , Wm., 439. , petitions of, 379. English Pale , see Pale, the English. Ennis , Enish, or Enise, or Enniese, letter dated from, 228, 230. , Sessions House at, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlawd ac estynwch iddo yr hyn a'i galluoga yntau i dreuuio un dydd olifywyd yn ddedwydd a hapus gyda'i deulu. Pale maent i'w cael, meddwch? I'r hyn atebaf, lle mae calon yn teimlo trosto, fe chwilia hono ef allan fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IYM-DITHASFA TREGARON. Cynialiwyd .y Gymdeithasfa hon yn Nbregaron ar- y 27ain a'r 28ain o Ebrill. Tref feehan henafol, ynI gor- re~d iliwng; ..my~yddau Ceredigion, ryw Tregaron, ychydig gyda deinaw milldir o Aberyvtwyt h ar y ffordd oddiyn, i G(aerfiddn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael rhyw standard. Rhaid i ni gael yr amser iawn iosod ein watches wrtho ? Pa le y cawn ef? Pale y I mae y eloc ? Ai clod y llys, ai cloc y'llan, a ddilyn- wn? Nid ydynt yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fad yn a. symudiad oqblogaidd, h.y., iymudad naill ai i trwy, alwad',.,a9,9,ydsynid aelodau yr eglwysi . sydd yn galw.;;'. Pale ynte y mae y garthr-w )g y sonir cymaint am dano? Ymbalehefyd? 'u Din gronyn mwy o bone nag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uId &yda wedi ei;,gad eii siroedd erain i ida'r o gwahaol-euwadan yinneiiladiol os ymunant, neu "c y 00pheihnosXn« sw t. Pale y ceir y gya-- d 1e-4,1er 'd e* eTa felrth O ar~al ,l, 1ektbfydda^. id o gyfarb~fo~yn .ilangeitio!-: . Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GERARD, William I (d.1581), of Chester Ireland.

    and attacked the system of taxation which kept the Irish peasantry poor, encouraged lawlessness, and angered the settlers within the Pale. Sir Henry Sidney, the lord deputy, was delighted with his appointment. ‘I have had long experience of him’, he

    ROUTH, Sir John (d.c.1430), of Routh, Yorks.

    wages of six young grooms. In his new capacity as marquess of Dublin, Oxford already possessed quasi-regal powers within the Pale; and in October 1386 he was created duke of Ireland for life. Plans immediately began for an expedition to

    CAREW, Sir Peter (c.1510-75), of Mohun's Ottery, Devon.

    as marshal to Essex’s army in Ulster until November of that year, when he fell ill and departed for the Pale, promising to postpone any attempts to secure his Munster estates. He returned to England soon afterwards, but in April

    SIDNEY, Sir Henry (1529-86), of Penshurst, Kent.

    a long autobiographical letter sent to Walsingham in March 1583. He found ‘everything out of joint’ there-the inhabitants of the Pale complaining bitterly of the injustice of taxation by ‘cess’, Shane O’Neill planning rebellion, and the Irish lords unreliable. In

 

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