1714, Disturbances caused by a ‘Clan of loose unaccountable Irish Papists’ who ‘appear with Swords, Cutlashes and Fire Arms, to the Great Terror of the Neighbouring Subjects.’ in Crookhaven, West Cork.
From the catalogue of Marsh’s Library Dublin location of manuscript.
Papers concerning disturbances in Crookhaven, Co. Cork
|Contents:||Copy letter from Captain Lewis Lermond in Bantry to Lieutenant Colonel Manning, his superior officer, in Dublin giving an account of disturbances caused by a ‘Clan of loose unaccountable Irish Papists’ who ‘appear with Swords, Cutlashes and Fire Arms, to the Great Terror of the Neighbouring Subjects.’ in Crookhaven, Co. Cork. He encloses with the letter supporting letters and statements by Finin Merigoe, Dermod Merigoe, Kedagh Donovan and Cornelius McMurtigh.|
|Item Note:||Previously p. 47. See also Z3.1.1(11).|