A true and perfect narrative of the manner and circumstance of apprehending that notorious Irish priest, Daniel Mac-Carte, and the contents of some papers found about him :
by which is apparently discovered, how indefatigable and couragious those hellish blood-hounds are in their endeavours and practices, in contriving and executing of all manner of wickedness, though to the hazard of their lives and fortunes, to bring to perfection their most horrid machinations, and worse than Matchivilian designs. But not to tire the readers patience with a prolix preamble, take the relation as followeth.
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[London : s.n., 1679?]
Imprint from Wing.
Physical description: 1 sheet (2 p.) ; fol.
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