being a short, but perfect, full, and true account of the scituation, nature, constitution and product of Ireland. With an impartial historical relation of the most material transactions, revolutions, and miserable sufferings of the Protestants there, from the death of King Charles the Second, to the latter end of April, 1689 ... To which is added, A letter from a lieutenant in the Irish Army, dated at Dublin, May 7. with an account of affairs to that time.
Written by an English Protestant that lately narrowly escaped with his life from thence.
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London, Printed by J. D. and sold by R. Janeway, 1689.
"A letter from a lieutenant in the late King James's army ..." (p. 33-36) signed at end: B. Fz. Ws. [i.e. B. Fitzwilliams?] cf. Brit. Mus. Gen. cat., v. 112, vol. 500 and v. 261, col. 591.
Physical description: , 36 p. 19 cm.
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