A remonstrance of the barbarous cruelties and bloody murders committed by the Irish rebels against the protestants in Ireland both before and since the cessation :
collected out of the records at Dublin, by Thomas Morley, Gent. Being the examinations of many who were eye-witnesses of the same, and justified upon oath by many thousands; presented to the whole kingdome of England, that thereby they may see the rebels inhumane dealings, prevent their pernicious practises, relieve their poore brethrens necessities, and fight for their religion, laws, and liberties. Published by speciall command and authority.
|Main Creator:||Morley, Thomas, Gent.|
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London : printed by E.G., 12 June. 1644.
Physical description: , 13,  p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2800
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