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Eoghan Rua Ó Néill
Eoghan Rua Ó Néill (irischer Heerführer)
O'Neale, Owen Roe
O'Neile, Roe
Ó Néill, Eoghan Ruadh
O'Neill, Eugenius
O'Neill, Owen
O'Neill, Owen Roe
Oneale, Owen
Owen Roe O’Neill
Owen Roe O'Neill (Irish soldier)
Owen Roe O'Neill (militare irlandese)
Owen Roe O'Neill (soldaat uit Ierland (1590-1649))
Roe-O-Neal, Owen (General)
Roe, Owen
Roe, Owen O'Neill
Ua Néill, Eoghan Ruadh
О’Нил, Оуэн
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Albemarle, George Monck Duke of, 1608-1670
Byron, John Byron Baron, 1598 or 9-1652
Charles I, King of England (1600-1649)
England and Wales. Council of State
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
Mountrath, Charles Coote Earl of, ca. 1610-1661
Thorpe, Thomas (1791-1851)
By Eugenius O Neill generall for the Confederat Catholicks of Ireland of the Vlster forces ..., 1648.
declaration of Owen O'Neill. -, The
Kings packet of letters taken by Colonell Rossiter, as they were carrying from Newark to Belvoyr, on Munday last, Octob. 6. 1645. With letters from the King to Sir Gervase Lucas, Governour of Belvoyr, from the Lord Byron, and from Oneale (in Ireland) to the King. Wherein is discovered the whole businesse of the Kings designes, and other matters of great importance to the whole kingdome: with some observations upon the said letters, for publike satisfaction. These letters were sent to the Parliament, and published according to order., The
Miscellaneous Documents. 1645
Owen Roe O'Neill and the struggle for Catholic Ireland, 1983:
Testimonial signed Owen Rua O'Neill as Lord General of Ulster on behalf of Lieutenant General Bellew
true relation of the transactions between Sir Charls Coot Kt. Lord President of Connaught in Ireland, and Owen-Roe-O-Neal; as it was reported to the Parliament from the Councel of State. Together with the votes of the House thereupon. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that these several letters and articles, together with the votes of the House thereupon, be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, cleric. Parliamenti., A