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'A breefe and methodicall relation of the moste cruell and tyrannical persecution, which the most Reverend and zelous prelat the Lord Bishoppe Joan O Cullinan Bishope of Raphoe suffers in Ireland of late'.

In collection Luke Wadding Papers

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Irish Virtual Research Library and Archives (PRTLI-funded project), UCD Library, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
Note
For a transcript of this document, see Patrick Moran (ed.), Spicilegium Ossoriense: being a collection of original letters and papers illustrative of the history of the Irish Church from the Reformation to 1800, (3 vols., Dublin, 1874–84), vol. 1, pp 304-305.
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Page 364 is blank and was not scanned.
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English  
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Manuscript
Subject
Church history--Ireland   linked data (lcsh)
Location
UCD Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute for the Study of Irish History and Civilisation. UCD Archives. Luke Wadding Papers. UCD-OFM, D.01, vol. 2, pp 361-364

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Metadata creation date: 2008-06-11

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