Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition: E703001-012

Reasons for capitulation at Limerick, 1691

Author: John Wauchope

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John T. Gilbert

Electronic edition compiled by Beatrix Färber , Janet Crawford

2. Second draft.

Extent of text: 1065 words


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Text ID Number: E703001-012

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    Manuscript source
  1. British Library, Egerton 2618, ff. 170 (1971) –171.
    The edition used in the digital edition
  1. John T. Gilbert, Reasons for capitulation at Limerick in A Jacobite narrative of the war in Ireland. , Shannon, Shannon University Press (1971) ((First published 1892)) page 310–311


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Created: by Patrick Sarsfield, earl of Lucan (1691)

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Language: [EN] The text is in English.

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