A remonstrance from Ireland, to the High Court of Parliament in England :
for the speedy oppression of the rebels, with little cost and losse of the protestant party, and the probable way of moving the rebels to submit themselves, and to cut one anothers throats, and to bring the heads of the chiefest actors, thereby to get their pardon, presented by a Membet [sic] of the House of Commons in Ireland. With a proclamation [by the Lords Justices] for proroguing of both Houses of Parliament at the city of Dublin, till the 11. of Ianuary next. With an order for the people all to repaire to their owne dwellings, there to defend the country with the best strength they can.
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[London] : First printed at Dublin, and now reprinted at London, and are to bee sold by R. Smithers [i.e. Richard Smithurst], 1641.
Signed at end: Ormond Ossory, i.e. James Butler, Earl of Ormond and Ossory [and 8 others].
Actual printer's name from Wing CD.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), R982