A woman mangled in so horred [sic] a mañer that it was not possible shee should be knowne & after the Villaine washed his handes in her bloode, was taken by the Troopers adiuged to be hanged leaped off the lader & hãged himselfe like a Bloodey Tiger.
Companyes of the Rebells meeting with the English flyinge for their lives falling downe before them cryinge for mercy thrust theire into their childrens bellyes & threw them into the water.
|Main Creator:||Hollar, Wenceslaus, 1607-1677, engraver.|
"The Teares of Ireland" by James Cranford is an account of the supposed atrocities carried out by the Catholic Ulster Irish against the Protestant Planters during the Rebellion of 1641 in Ireland.
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[s.l.] : [s.n.], [between ca. 1642 and 1646].
Proof of illustration similar to those published in "The Teares of Ireland" by James Cranford, printed by Alice Norton for John Rothwell, 1642 (LO 141).
Letters W and X printed on each illustration in the proof.
Printed l.r. on proof is the number "11".
Physical description: 1 print (2 illustrations) : engraving ; image 12.4 x 6.9 cm., plate mark 12.6 x 7.2 cm., sheet 12.9 x 7.5 cm..
Attributed to Wenceslaus Hollar, (1607-1677), Bohemian and English draftsman, printmaker and etcher.
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|PD 2133 TX 31||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.