Englands division, and Irelands distraction. :
The feares and disasters of the one, the teares and distresses of the other; being the just cause and sad occasion of both kingdomes deploration. Containing a declaration, or remonstrance of the present state and condition of this realme of England, and that of Ireland. Written by one, who in unfained love to his native countrey, and entire affection to the neighbour-nation, would sacrifice his life for the peace of either.
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London : Printed for Thomas Bates, 1642.
Physical description: 8 p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), E2961
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