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Catholic Reformation in IrelandThe Mission of Rinuccini 1645-1649$

Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin

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Catholic Reformation in Ireland
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Italy

Fermo

Archivio Arcivescovile di Fermo

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iii C/11, Miscellaneous letters of Rinuccini.

iii C/13, ‘Instruttione pratica per la cura episcopale di Monsignor Gio. Battista Rinuccini, Arcivescove di Fermo’.

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Florence

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Deputazione sopra la nobilità, Filza 7, Details concerning the Rinuccini family.

Milan

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Rome

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Pontificio, Miscellanea, ii, Details concerning the influence of Cardinal Bandini in Rome.

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Secretarius Brevium Apostolicorum, 657, Details of Rinuccini’s privileges as a referendary in 1622.

Archivio della Sacra Congregazione di Propaganda Fide

Acta Sacrae Congregationis, 1644–5, Details concerning ecclesiastical faculties in the province of Tuam following Rinuccini’s appointment and the finance of the Rinuccini and Scarampi missions in Ireland.

——1646–7, Details concerning the appointment of bishops in Ireland during Rinuccini’s nunciature.

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Lettere Volgari, vols. 7, 22, Letters to archbishop of Dublin and Scarampi concerning catholicism in Scotland.

Miscellaneae Varie, vol. 9, Massari’s account of the Rinuccini nunciature.

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Scritture riferite nei Congressi”, 1, Irlanda, Material relating to Irish dioceses, 1618–53.

Fondo di Vienna, vols. 14, 39, Miscellaneous material relating to Ireland.

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Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

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Nunziatura di Fiandra, vols. 32, 33, 45, Letters relating to Britain and Ireland 1645–9.

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(p.288) Ireland

Dublin

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National Library of Ireland

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MS 476, ‘A light to the blind’.

National Archives

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Trinity College

MS 846, Aphorismical discovery of treasonable faction.

MS 1071, Cín Lae Ó Mealláin.

Great Britain

London

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Harleian MS 6807, Miscellaneous papers, chiefly 1649–1650.

Sloane MS 1008, Papers of Edmund Borlase.

Oxford

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(p.289) France

Paris

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Bibliothèque Nationale

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4175, Instructions to Talon and de la Monerie in February and March 1647 with miscellaneous letters to Ireland.

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Spain

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E 131 (23), The rebels letter to the pope, 20 January 1642 (London, 1642).

E 155 (22), The copy of a letter written from the lord viscount Gormanston unto Sir Phelim O’Neal (London, 1642).

E 294 (24), A sad relation of the miseries of the province of Munster in the realm of Ireland (London, 1645).

E 346 (5), Very sad and bloody newes from Ireland on the loss of Bunratty in Munster and Roscommon in Connaught (London, 1646).

E 386 (16), The bloody diurnall from Ireland being the papers and propositions, orders, an oath and several bloody acts and the proceedings of the confederate catholics assembled at Kilkenny (London, 1647).

E 407 (5), A great and glorious victory obtained by the Lord Inchiquin, lord president of Munster over the Irish rebels, not far from the castle of Conmell (London, 1647).

E 416 (22), Newes from Dublin in Ireland (London, 1647).

E 418 (10), A perfect narrative of the battle of Knocknones within the county of Cork and province of Munster (London, 1647).

E 419 (8), Two letters of the Lord Digby to the Lord Taaffe, the rebels general in Munster (London, 1647).

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