State Papers Concerning the Irish Church in the Time of Queen Elizabeth

9781154171433: State Papers Concerning the Irish Church in the Time of Queen Elizabeth

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868. Excerpt: ... all tending to her Majesty's infinite good and this country's great reformation, may be duly and presently put in execution. This is my last request and farewell. God turn all to his glory, her Majesty's benefit, and this poor island's good. I have presumed in the indorsion of my letter to join the body of the Council with your Honour, that this my last scene being acted before them, they might be true testimonies and witnesses thereof. Whom, with your Honour, I commit to God's protection and humbly take my leave. Lismore, 6 May, 1593." XCVIII. The Lord Deputy to Burghley, relating his failure to induce the Earl of Tyrone to seize the Titulary bishops, and concerning the treachery of Miler Magrath, archbishop of Cashel. 1593, May 17. Extract "We have laboured, by all the endeavours we might, with the Earl of Tyrone, as well by private conference as by our sending letters, for the apprehension of the titulary bishops remaining in those parts, yet can we by no means prevail, though it is very well known to us that the Earl might have done great and acceptable service therein, in respect of the friendship between him, O'Donnell, and Maguire--Maguire being cousingerman and altogether at his devotion, and (as report goeth) either hath or is to marry the Earl's daughter. And, as in this I made bold, I humbly pray your lordship's pardon to deliver what little success hath followed of the great shams of service made by the archbishop of Cashel and Richard Power, rather in regard for their own benefit, and to serve their own turns, than for any performance of actions at all Upon the archbishop's coming over, which was before Power's, they pretended a plot, both for the getting of great sums of money to her Majesty, and for the apprehension of Dr. Creaghe, to the s...

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