Which for to proue in every poynt, to his eternal fame, He standeth forth in open field, for tryall of the same ...
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Lord Henry Sidney delivers a letter to an Irish Karne surrounded by his army of cavalry and foot soldiers. The word "Shogh" appears from the Karne's mouth and beneath him is written "Donolle Obreane the messenger".
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[Edinburgh] : [A. and C. Black], .
Originally published as woodcut Plate VII 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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|PD 4061 TX 7||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.