An Account of the present, miserable, state of affairs in Ireland. :
As also, a relation of a late bloody fight between the papists and Protestants in that kingdom: with the particular number, of the Protestants and Irish papists that were slain. Together, with a true narrative of the late K. James's entry in Dublin; and of the three several proclamations issued by him there. Licensed, according to order. 1689.
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London : printed for T. Wilkins, 1689.
Another setting has a semicolon after the word "Ireland" and the phrase "... number of both Protestants ..." in the title.
Another setting has a period after the word "Ireland" and the phrase "... number of the Protestants ..." in the title.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A337