Sir Henry Docwra lands at the head of Lough Foyle (30 words)

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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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