Dean of Ardagh; author of The Whole Proceedings of The Siege of Drogheda,
printed with George Walkers True Account of The Siege of Londonderry (1736).
The Whole Proceedings of The Siege of Drogheda to which is added a
True Account of The Siege of Londonderry [by Nicholas Barnard and
George Walker resp.] printed by R Reilly on Cork Hill for S Hyde bookseller
Dame Street (Dub, M.DCC XXXVI), 178pp. Sep. title page of the first part: Siege of Drogheda in Ireland with A thankful remembrance for
its wonderful delivery, raisd with Gods special assistance
&c. ... by Nicholas Bernard Dean of Ardagh in Ireland (Dublin
Reilly MDCCXXXVI), 107pp. Sep. title page of the second part: Account
of the Siege of Londonderry  , by the Rev. Mr George Walker,
Rector of Donoghmore in the County of Tyrone and late Governor of Derry
in Ireland (Dublin MDDCCXXXVI).
The Siege of Drogheda (1736): The Lives of these Friars,
not only in dicing, gaming, and cursing whole Nights, but also in Drunkenness,
whoring, committing of Rapes, and such other Lasciviousness, were so lewd,
as is not fit for any chaste Ear to be defiled with, and yet all their
Designs forsooth pretended under the Cloak of Holiness and Religion.