A briefe declaration of the barbarous and inhumane dealings of the northerne Irish rebels, and many others in severall counties up-rising against the English, that dwelt both lovingly and securely among them. :
VVritten to excite the English nation to relieve our poore wives and children, that have escaped the rebels savage crueltie, and that shall arive safe among them in England; and in exchange to send aid of men, and meanes forthwith to quell their boundlesse insolencies, with certaine encouragements to the worke. By G. S. Minister of Gods word in Ireland.
|Main Creator:||G. S., Minister of Gods word in Ireland.|
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London : printed by A.N. for Abel Roper, at the blacke spread Eagle against St. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street, 1641.
Date, etc., cut away on tp.
Physical description: , 16 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), S24