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Whereas Robert Brown vicar of Castle-Lyons, Oliver Parr, Henry Parr, Edward Morly, Dennis Kearny, and John Patt, petitioned us in behalf of themselves, and several other inhabitants of the town of Castle-Lyons in the county of Cork, setting forth that on Wednesday the eleventh of June last, 1662 there hapned in the town of Castle-Lyons a sudden and violent fire ... by the Lords Justices and Council, Mau. Eustace, canc., Orrery.

Title:Whereas Robert Brown vicar of Castle-Lyons, Oliver Parr, Henry Parr, Edward Morly, Dennis Kearny, and John Patt, petitioned us in behalf of themselves, and several other inhabitants of the town of Castle-Lyons in the county of Cork, setting forth that on Wednesday the eleventh of June last, 1662 there hapned in the town of Castle-Lyons a sudden and violent fire ... by the Lords Justices and Council, Mau. Eustace, canc., Orrery.
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Note:Dublin : Printed by John Crook ..., 1662
  
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Subject:Ireland -- History -- 1649-1775
Subject:Ireland -- Politics and government -- 17th century
Subject:Castlelyons (Cork) -- Fire, 1662
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