Irelands complaint, and Englands pitie :
being a true relation of the great care, and religious love, expressed by the honorable House of Parliament, towards our distressed brethren, the poore Protestants in Ireland: likewise, the orders of the said House, for the raising of forces and monyes, for to suppresse those rebellious papists in Ireland. With the names of all those commanders appointed by the Parliament, for this religious designe.
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London : printed for John Greensmith, 1641.
Page 5 has been misnumbered 6.
Physical description: , 6 [i.e 5],  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), I1019
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