Davies (John) (d. 1626)

  • bap. 1569–d. 1626
  • jurists, poets
English lawyer, poet and politician, who spent part of his career as a legal officer and adviser on behalf of the Crown in Ireland.
Davies, John, and Charles Vallancey [ed.], “No. II (1). A letter written in the year 1606 from Sir John Davis, Knt. attorney general of Ireland, to Robert, earl of Salisbury”, in: Charles Vallancey [ed.] (ed.), Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis, 6 vols, vol. 1, 2nd ed., Dublin: Luke White, 1786. 135–178, erratum in table of contents.
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Davies, John, The antiquities and history of Ireland, vol. 1.5: Historical relations: or, a discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued [...], Dublin: A. Crook, for Eliphal Dobson and Matthew Gunne, 1705.

See also: James VI [king of Scotland]James VI ... king of Scotland
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