The Lord Osmonds overthrovv,
vvhich vvas the chief commander to the rebells. With the truth how he fell distracted, and how he kild his sonne, and how his wife and three daughters were poysoned; and in what manner his late remaining forces parted and joyned to the Protestants. Together with a comet or blazing starre, which appeared in the north part of Ireland the 28. of December, and continued till the fifth of January instant. To the great amazement of the inhabitants.
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London : printed for Iohn Greensmith, 1642.
Physical description: 7,  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), L3054
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