A gun-powder-plot in Ireland for the blowing up of the chiefest church in Dublin, when the Lords and others were at sermon, on Sunday, October, 31. 1641. :
Which conspiracie was plotted to bee done by the papists and priests in Dublin. VVith a furrher [sic] discovery of their bloody intention for the massacring of the English Protestants in Ireland. By the information of Thomas Creamor of Grayes-Inne gentleman, taken before the Mayor of Chester, November 3. 1641. And related in a letter sent from two chiefe justices in Ireland to the Parliament. VVith a relation of a battell fought by the Lord Moore, against the rebels in Ireland, and the number that were slaine on both sides.
|Main Creator:||Creamor, Thomas, of Grayes-Inn.|
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London : printed for John Thomas, 1641.
A news pamphlet, purportedly summarizing official documents.
Signed at end: Patrick Oneal [and three others].
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C6868
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