Gods vengeance upon the rebels in Ireland :
being a true relation how upon the 7, day of December they slew two and twenty of the Protestant shepheards, and drove away the greatest part of their cattell. Also how upon the 8. day of December, the rebels having made themselves drunke, afterward each man slew his friend, to the number of three thousand, it being the birth-day of the great Lord Don Makertodough, chiefe rebell in Ireland. Likewise how the protestants ceazed upon their cattell, and other spoile, to the great overthrow of all the rebels in Ireland. Sent in a letter from Colonell Rouse to Sir Iohn Sampson, Knight and Baronet, Decemb. 14. 1641.
|Main Creator:||Rouse, Anthony.|
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London : printed for William Bowden, 1641.
Engraving on back page shows various stages in the preparation of beer. 1. The sowing of the seed. 2. Reaping. 3. Flailing. 4. Winnowing. 5. Brewing. 6. The actual drinking of the beer and the after effects.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), R2010
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