Still worse nevves from Ireland :
shewing in what a miserable estate the citie of Dublin is, at this present time, the rebels having received new ayd upon the 16. day of December, 1641. Also, the rebels bloudy resolution, which is to dye or massacre all which are protestants in Ireland. Here also is related, how within the space of three weekes, the pestilence hath increased in the county of Connr, and how many have dyed. With the copy of a letter sent from the Pope [Urban VIII] to the rebels in Ireland. Translated out of the Lrtine [sic] tongue into English. Alsn [sic], a friendly admonition to English-men to assist their distressed brethren in Ireland, who daily expect ayd from them.
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London : printed for William Bowden, 1641.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), S5555
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