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THE DESTRUCTION OF CYPRUS;
A SECRET HISTORY OF THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION IN IRELAND,
COLONEL CHARLES O’KELLY,
OF SKRYNE, OR AUGHRANE, NOW CASTLE KELLY, COUNTY GALWAY.
FROM FOUR ENGLISH COPIES, AND A LATIN MS. IN THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY,
Patron : HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE ALBERT.
Elected December 21, 1849.
Rev. SAMUEL BUTCHER, D.D., M.R.I.A.
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.
Page 3, line 2, parallel with Syrian Language, read in margin Frenca.
18, - 11, parallel with the Viceroy, read in margin Earl of Tyrconnell.
2, for the haveing joyned, read that haveing joyned. 97,
7, for Sarsfield in margin, read Berwick. 122,
17, for Col. Art Maguire in margin, read Col. Art Mac Mahon.
6, for one of whom was President, read three of whom were Presidents. 173, 33, for jointe, read joint.
1, for héretier, read héritier.
5, for au Loix, read aux Loix.
8, for meux, read mieux.
12, for le masse, read la masse.
1, for Note 112, Page 19, read Note 112, Page 40. 415, 26, for Caslebarin, read Caslebar (a French error for Castlebar) in.