Oneale and Colonell Brunslow, chiefe of the rebells in Ireland :
their apprehension at Grohoyne in the province of Munster; with the terrible battell then fought. Written in a letter directed to the Bishop of Armagh from a Doctor of divinitie, resident in Dublin. As also a description of the taking of a ship upon the coasts of Barbary, bound with letters of commendations to the King of Spaine; and to desire ayde against the Protestants.
|Main Creator:||Bond, Edward, Doctor of Divinitie.|
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London : printed for Andrew Coe and Marmaduke Boat, 1642.
Anonymous. By Edward Bond, Doctor of Divinitie.
The second letter is signed "John Tyron" i.e. Sir Phelim O'Neill, styled Earl of Tyrone? Woodcut on tp.
Physical description: 8 p. ; 4o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), B3558