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A Popular History Of Ireland From The Earliest Period To The Emancipation Of The Catholics Volume 2 (Fiscle Part-Xii)

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A Popular History Of Ireland From The Earliest Period To The Emancipation Of The Catholics Volume 2 (Fiscle Part-Xii)
Sir Henry Sidney, In Writing To His Court, Had Always
Reported John O'neil As "The Only Strong Man In Ireland."
Before His Rout At Lough Swilly, He Could Commonly Call
Into The Field 4,000 Foot And 1,000 Horse; And His Two
Years' Revolt Cost Elizabeth, In Money, About 150,000
Pounds Sterling "Over And Above The Cess Laid On The
Country"--Besides "3,500 Of Her Majesty's Soldiers" Slain
In Battle.

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