Ireland's lamentation :
being a short, but perfect, full, and true account of the scituation, nature, constitution and product of Ireland· With an impartial historical relation of the most material transactions, revolutions, and miserable sufferings of the Protestants there, from the death of King Charles the Second, to the latter end of April, 1689. The time and manner of the late King's landing there: what men, monies, shipping, arms and ammunition he brought with him. The manner of his going up and into Dublin: his kneeling to the host: displacing all Protestants: the strength and defeat of his Army, and what else is of note. To which is added, a letter from a lieutenant in the Irish army, dated at Dublin, May 7. with an account of affairs to that time. Written by an English Protestant that lately narrowly escaped with his life from thence.
|Main Creator:||English Protestant that lately narrowly escaped with his life from thence.|
|Published / Created:||
London : printed by J.D. and sold by Rich. Janeway, in Queen's-Head Court in Pater-Noster Row, 1689.
Letter signed: B. Fz. Ws.
With initial license-to-print leaf.
Wanting the page with license.
LO 12283 was previously at P 2482 (2).
Physical description: , 36 p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), I1025
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|Thorpe P 7||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Thorpe|
|JP 2108||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|
|LO 12283||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|
|P 59 (8)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|Thorpe 7 (9)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Thorpe|