JAMES I: NOTES

Taken from A History of Ireland by Eleanor Hull

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[1] See John Lynch, Cambrensis Eversus (ed. M. Kelly, 1848) iii, 53-69.

[2] Cal. S. P. I., James I (1613), p.446; and see Ibid. (July 2, 1603), No. 82, pp. 66-68.

[3] J. Lodge, Desiderata Curiosa Hibernica (1772), i, 309-310 and Carew Cal. (1614), No. 15, pp. 15-16.

[4] Advertisements for Ireland, ed. George O'Brien (1923), pp. 15-16

[5] Cal. S. P. I. (1613), No. 668, p. 342; J. Lodge, op. cit., i, 220-5

[6] Cal. S. P. I. (1621), No. 786, p. 337; (1622), No. 837, p. 349.

[7] The whole of this controversy will be found in J. Lodge, op cit., i, pp. 151 seq.; 302-312; Carew, Cal. (1613), No. 146, p. 270; No. 151, p. 288.

[8] Carew, Cal. (1611), No. 122, p. 211; (1614), No. 153, p. 299; (1616), No. 164, p. 321; William F. T. Butler, Confiscation in Irish History (1917), 60-74.

[9] Rothe, Analecta Sacra (1617), vol. iii, Art. 19.

[10] Lord Deputy to the Privy Council, Sept. 29, 1619, Cal. S. P. I., No. 582, p. 262.

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