A letter sent out of Ireland. :
To one Mr. Bell, a merchant, at this time living in St. Thomas Apostles. Being, a true relation of the present estate of Ireland, as it now stands under the present persecution of the papists. Also, their carriage towards Dublin, and their cruell and most ty-tyranicall [sic] burning of Armath. Sent over by a gentleman from Ireland, unto a worthy merchant of this citie in a letter, the which letter was openly read on Friday last, upon the Royall Exchange in London, and the contents confirmed by a gentleman, who but lately arrived from Ireland, and was spectator of most of those bloody and tragicall proceedings.
|Main Creator:||Farmer, Jacob, 17th cent.|
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London : printed for Iohn Smith, 1642.
[Signed Jacob Farmer].
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), F440
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