The mutuall joyes of the king, Parliament, and subjects. :
Wherein is contained the removall of their grievances; according to their petitions in that behalfe: the Parliaments gratuity to the Commons for their indulgent care of the kingdome. As also the resolution of the House of Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning bishops, and repulsing of innovations by them reduced into the church. With a true relation of a sudden mutiny arising amongst the rebels in Ireland, at Bravers in the county of Munster, wherein Serjeant Major Oneale was sore hurt, Captaine Sartwel, Captaine King, and Capt. Carley, with divers officers, and 300. men slaine. Written and avowed by Richard Newrobe, cleric.
|Main Creator:||Newrobe, Richard.|
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London : printed for John Howell, 1642.
Irish tracts, 17th century.
The mutiny dated 1 Feb., 1612-3.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), N944
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