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Vol. II. Official papers of first Earl concerning the expedition to Ireland

Maker:  Devereux Papers


Devereux Papers: Vol. II. Official papers of first Earl concerning the expedition to Ireland, including instructions, also relating to transport, victualling of forces and other costs. Papers of the second Earl as commander of the English forces sent to Normandy in support of Henry IV, 1591; also of the expeditions to Calais, 1596-97, including list of regiments, muster rolls, warrants for arms, discharges, lists of sick and wounded; petitions (143) from soldiers and others who had served in expeditions to Calais, signed by officers, mayors and others, many endorsed with orders signed by Essex. Paper endorsed 'Instructions to be observed by Sir John Hawkins in his voiage to the Southwarde', 2 pages, [1590] Report of the trial of Lord Essex, 14 pages, and list of the names of those who were committed to the Tower for joining his rebellion, with locations, 1601.

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