A letter of great consequence sent by the Honorable, Robert Lord Monro, out of the Kingdom of Ireland to the Honorable, the Committee for Irish Affairs in England, concerning the state of the rebellion there, together with the relation of a great victory he obtained, and of his taking the Earl of Antrim about whom was found divers papers, which discovered a dangerous plot against the Protestants in all His Majesties dominions, their plot being set down by consent of the Queens Majestie, for the ruine of religion, and overthrow of his Majesties three Kingdoms..
|Main Creator:||Monro, Robert|
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St Peter Port : Toucan Press, 1979.
Facsimile reprint of 1st ed.: London : Printed for Edward Husbands, 1643.
Physical description: 7 p. ; 21 cm.
0856941883 (sd) :
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|Ir 941 p 79||Main Reading Room||Irish|