THE REBELLION OF 1641-42: NOTES

Taken from A History of Ireland by Eleanor Hull

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[1] Cork to Lord Dorchester, Cal. S. P. I., Charles I, Vol. ccli, No. 1859.

[2] Lord Deputy to Coke; Strafford, Letters and Dispatches, i, 106.

[3] See Appendix, I, page 458.

[4] Memoirs and Letters of Ulick, Marquis of Clanricarde (1757), pp. 61, 62-63, 167-168; Lodge, Des. Cur. Hib. ii, 132-133.

[5] Reid, History of the Irish Presbyterians, i, 328-331; M. A. Hickson, Ireland in the Seventeenth Century, i, 192-193.

[6] Temple, History of the Rebellion, pp 56-57.

[7] Hickson, op. cit., i, 177-178.

[8] Hickson, Ireland in the Seventeenth Century, i, 172.

[9] Ibid., i, 145-151; 255 seq.; and see R. Bagwell, Ireland under the Stuarts, i, 335. Leland first pointed out that this massacre occurred in January, 1642, not in November, 1641, as stated by Carte.

[10] The above account is largely taken from articles on "The Rise and Progress of the Munster Rebellion," edited by H. Webb Gillman from a manuscript in the British Museum (Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Second Series, vols. i, ii).

[11] Carte, Ormond, i, 315-316 (1851).

[12] Pierce Ferriter's poems have been edited by the Rev. P. S. Dinneen (1903)

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