AFTER LIMERICK: NOTES

Taken from A History of Ireland by Eleanor Hull

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[1] G. Story, Continuation of the Impartial History of the Wars in Ireland (1691), p. 276.

[2] Ibid., p. 260.

[3] G. Story, op. cit., 270-271.

[4] Macariae Excidium, p. 157, and notes, pp. 493-495. There had been some discussion on this subject between Sarsfield and Ginkel, however, difficulties having been raised by the French about the embarkation of the women ; see Sarsfield's letter in Gilbert, Jacobite Narrative of the War in Ireland, 1688-91 (1892), Appendix No. XVII (2), pp. 308-9.

[5] G. Story op. cit., pp. 288-290, and see the letter of complaint from an Irish Officer, p. 291.

[6] Ibid., p. 289; J. S. Clarke, Life of James II, from his own memoirs, ii, and Jacobite tract, quoted J. C. O'Callaghan, History of the Irish Brigades in the Service of France, pp. 30-31.

[7] Forman, quoted J. C. O'Callaghan, op. cit., p. 31.

[8] "Vous ne me parlez que des Francois hê! qu'auront done fait mes braves Irlandois?" "Sire, nous avons suivi leur rapidité guerrièrê." J. C. O'Callaghan, op. cit., 215-216.

[9] J. S. Clarke, James II, ii, 466-467.

[10] The Articles of Limerick will be found in Harris, Life of William III (1749), pp. 349-350; see also Sir John Gilbert, Jacobite Narrative of the War in Ireland, 1688-91 (1892), pp. 298-308.

[11] Harris, Life of William III, p. 350.

[12] Harris, op. cit., p. 372.

[13] G. Story, Continuation of the Impartial History of the Wars in Ireland (1691), p. 275.

[14] Journals of the Irish House of Commons, iii, 129-135.

[15] Letter to Walpole, quoted by R. Ashe King, in Swift in Ireland (1895), p. 89.

[16] F. Hardy, Life of Lord Charlemont from the Private Letters of his Lordship (1812), i, 128-132.

[17] Ibid., i, 133.

[18] Archbishop Boulter to the Bishop of London, March, 7, 1727, in Hugh Boulter's Letters (1769), i, 230-231, and see ibid., 226-227.

[19] Michael MacDonagh, Life of Daniel O'Connell (1929), pp. 2-3.

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