Historical memoirs of the Irish rebellion, in the year 1641. :
Extracted from Parliamentary journals, state-acts, and the most eminent Protestant historians. Together with an appendix, containing several authentic papers relating to this rebellion, not referred to in these memoirs. In a letter to Walter Harris, Esq.
|Main Creator:||Curry, John, d. 1780.|
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Dublin : printed for J. Hoey, jun. at the Mercury, in Parliament-street, 1770.
|Edition:||The fourth edition, with corrections throughout the whole, and large additions, by the author|
Anonymous. By John Curry.
In answer to W. Harris' 'Fiction unmasked; or, an answer to a dialogue, lately published by a Popish physician'. Dublin, 1752, which was probably a criticism of Curry's 'Brief account from the most authentic Protestant writers &c., of the Irish rebellion 1641' London, 1747.
Physical description: 288 p ; 12mo