And though the pray recouer'd be, yet are not all things ended; For why ? the souldiours doe pursue the Roges that haue offended ...
Fours scenes (lettered A-D) on one plate, showing the victorious return of the English forces. Scene A shows an English soldier holding a kern by the hair while scene B shows English soldiers driving recovered livestock. In scene C one of the soldiers leads a kern by a rope round his neck and in scene D one soldier holds a decapitated kern's head.
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[Edinburgh] : [A. and C. Black], .
Originally published as woodcut Plate V in: The image of Irelande with a discovery of woodkarne by John Derrick. London : John Day, 1581.
Physical description: 1 print : photomechanical ; 28.6 x 44.7 cm.
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.