Cromwellian settlement of Ireland, 1641-1650. :
Four rare Puritan tracts concerning the affairs of Ireland, viz., against the toleration of popery; and for the confiscation of 20 millions of acres, with the prices per 1,000 acres fee-simple; and "The 12 arguements to promote the work," and the transplantation of the undertakers to the confiscated lands; also a history or brief chronicle of the Irish warres under Cromwell..
|Published / Created:||
Dublin: : Clery & Co., Ltd., 
Fourth tract subscribed "Hen: Scobell Cleric, Parliamenti.
At end of each tract "Dublin, Reprinted by Patrick Traynor, 29 Essex Quay, 1879"; last tract does not include date.
Physical description: , [1-2] 3-5, 3, [1-2] 3-8, [1-2] 3-12 p. ; 20 cm.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|Ir 94106 t 2||Main Reading Room||Irish|