These trunckles heddes do playnly showe each rebelles fatall end, And what a haynous crime it is, the Queene for to offend
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Lord Henry Sidney is shown departing on horseback from Dublin Castle via a bridge from the Castle Street entrance, heads of executed Irish rebels are mounted on spikes above. He is accompanied by an armed guard, also on horseback. Heads of executed Irish rebels are mounted on spikes above the entrance.
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[Edinburgh] : [A. and C. Black], .
Originally published as woodcut Plate VI 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.
Reproduction Note: Neg. no.: R14186 (B&W).
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.