A most damnable and hellish plot exprest in three letters against all Protestants in Ireland and England :
sent out of Rome to the chief actors of the rebellion in Ireland, to animate and stirre them up, June 20. 1642. The first letter was sent by Bonaventure ô Conny to Phelim Roe Neal, the second by Francis Mac Guyre to Connor Mac Guyre, the third by Francis Farrell to Sir Phelim O Neal; shewing their zealous affections and wicked advice to their bloody proceeding. Whereof the first two were written in Irish and now translated into English, and laid open to the view of the world. Read in the honourable House of Parliament, and ordered to be printed.
|Main Creator:||O'Connor, Bonaventura.|
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[London] : Dublin first printed by William Bladen, and now reprinted at London by Thomas Bates, 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), M2872