The Parliaments censure to the Jesuites and fryers [Rivers, Norton and others]. :
Being examined upon Wednesday by a committee in the Court of Wards, With their confessions at the same time, also those 18 that were suspected to adjoyn with the Irish rebels, with a pilgrim, and four more Irish souldiers. Likewise a relation of him that killed Sir Henrie Paget, and many other fellons. With the names of every particular one. Also the censure of the sessions house to 13 condemned prisoners, 6 men and seven women, one man being cal'd by the name of Running Jack, was repriev'd by Sir Paul Pindar, April 23. Whereunto is annexed, more exceeding true and joyfull news from Ireland, describing a great and bloudy battell fought in the Neweries, April the 18. 1642 [in a letter, signed J. Gilbert].
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Imprinted at London : for H. Blunon, 1642.
Irish tracts, 17th century.
Printer's name is false according to Wing CD.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P510BA
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