By 1608 Sir Cahir O'Doherty was the only remaining Gaelic chieftain still ruling in Ireland. His attempts to peacefully co-exist with the English government ultimately failed and he rebelled. He burnt the city of Derry to the ground and killed the governor. Several months later he was killed in a battle near Kilmacrenan. His head was put on a pike at Newgate in Dublin. This book reproduces three newsbooks that appeared in London that year. There is an introduction explaining the historical context and the history of the O'Doherty name.
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