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   *January: Parliament appoint Loftus Governor of Duncannon fort in place of Lord Esmonde. Captain Lawrence Larcan of that garrison commissioned as Lt-Col to Loftus.((CSPD 1644-45 p291.)) However on the 20th January, Duncannon was placed under siege by the Catholic Confederates and when it surrendered in March Lord Esmonde was still in command with Larcan having been killed during the siege.   *January: Parliament appoint Loftus Governor of Duncannon fort in place of Lord Esmonde. Captain Lawrence Larcan of that garrison commissioned as Lt-Col to Loftus.((CSPD 1644-45 p291.)) However on the 20th January, Duncannon was placed under siege by the Catholic Confederates and when it surrendered in March Lord Esmonde was still in command with Larcan having been killed during the siege.
-  *June Inchiquin ​request ​that parliament pay to "​complete that Part of a Regiment sent over with Sir Arthur Loftus to a Thousand Men"​.((House of Lords Journal Volume 7 pp 410-411))+  *JuneInchiquin ​requests ​that parliament pay to "​complete that Part of a Regiment sent over with Sir Arthur Loftus to a Thousand Men"​.((House of Lords Journal Volume 7 pp 410-411))
   *July: Parliament orders "That the Soldiers formerly transported by Sir Arthur Loftus for the Service of Ireland, who deserted the Service of the Parliament there, and joined with the Rebels, and returned into England by a Pass from the Marquis of Ormond, shall be proceeded against according to Martial Law"​.((House of Commons Journal Volume 4 p210))   *July: Parliament orders "That the Soldiers formerly transported by Sir Arthur Loftus for the Service of Ireland, who deserted the Service of the Parliament there, and joined with the Rebels, and returned into England by a Pass from the Marquis of Ormond, shall be proceeded against according to Martial Law"​.((House of Commons Journal Volume 4 p210))
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