These latter documents, it will be noticed, refer to a time later than the Tudor period; but they represent a settlement made'at the close of that period, and are especially valuable as illustrating the process by which an Irish country was transformed into part of an English shire, and an independent native chief into a great landowner, much restricted as to his old prerogatives, but fully secured in those rights that Were left to him. For the actual Tudor period the note in the Carew Calendar will suffice.
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Published Date - August 23 2019
ISBN - 9780656870356
Page Count - 320
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