An answer to certain seditious and Jesuitical queres :
heretofore purposely and maliciously cast out, to retard and hinder the English forces in their going over into Ireland. Whereby is fully proved that the British were the first, and most ancient proprietors, and inhabitants of that land (which was at the first called Britain the Less) before the accession of the Irish thither, and that the Irish came in but by the sufferance of the British; of what countrie the Irish at the first were; their often rebellions and defections; the subduing and reducing all of them to obedience, aswel long before the conquest of England, by William the Norman, as since; together also with the names of the new kings, which the Irish have lately elected and made amongst themselvs, with manie other necessarie discoveries of great concernment, fully manifesting the English interest to that land, and the miserable sufferings of the English there, in all ages, by the barbarous and bloudie actions of the Irish.
|Main Creator:||Waring, Thomas, 17th cent.|
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London : printed by William Du-Gard, printer to the Council of State, 1651.
Dedications signed: Tho. Waring.
Running title reads: An answer to the Irish queres.
Physical description: , 64 p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W872
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