The plott and progresse of the Irish rebellion· :
Wherein is discovered the Machavilian policie of the Earle of Straford, Sir George Ratcliffe and others. Shewing what countenance that rebellion hath had against the Protestants of England, (which doth now too manifestly appeare) by his Majesties granting a free and generall pardon to the rebells in Ireland. And authorizing the calling of a new Parliament in Ireland, according to the rebells desires. of late condiscended unto at Oxford. Printed and published according to order.
|Main Creator:||Crant, Thomas.|
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London : printed by I. N[orton]. for Henry Twyford at the three Daggers in Fleet-street, 1644.
"A postscript to the reader" signed: Tho. Crant .
Author called "Grant" in Wing & in Thomason tracts catalogue.
Printer's name from Wing CD.
"Dublin," the last word on p. 11, is mis-spelled "Dubln" in the Thorpe copy.
Physical description: , 13,  p. ; 4o.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), G1523