Sir Henry Docwra lands at the head of Lough Foyle

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Historical Context Note

Sir Henry Docwra fortifies Derry and Lord Mount joy, Essex's successor as Lord Deputy in Ireland, advances from Westmeath to Newry, forcing the Earl of Tyrone to retire to Armagh.

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Editors. "Sir Henry Docwra lands at the head of Lough Foyle". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 January 2010
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