The rebels of Irelands wicked conspiracie against Kingsaile in the province of Mounsteere, and county of Corke. :
With the relation of a bloudy act committed upon the bodies of a gentlewoman and her man, travelling that way. Also, a speech spoken by the Earle of Tyrone to the rebels in the woods. Here also is related the place of their abode, and how they got thither being in the county of Dublin, five miles from the city, it being the south part of Ireland.
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[London] : Printed for William Field, 1641.
Place of publication from Wing.
Wood engravings on p. 8.
Physical description:  p. : ill. (woodcuts) ; small 4to
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