A treacherous plot of a confederacie in Ireland :
with the rebels at Calway, with furniture of guns, and ammunition for France. Brought over in ships of salt, but being discovered, were prevented and the names related of the chiefe agents. With a relation of the rebels, in the province of Connoge, who were discomfitted, and about 100 of the rebels slaine, and 20 of them taken prisoners, who afterwards beset the Earle of Clanrickets house, and slew 30 of his company, but by other ayd were afterward driven to flye into the woods. With their cruelty to Sir Thomas Nevill, whom they hanged on his owne grounds, and cut him all to pieces, with many other lamentable relations. The report whereof being sent over by Mr. August, minister of Gods Wood [sic] in the county of Lymbricke.
|Main Creator:||August, Mr.|
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London : printed for James Salmon and are to be sold in Grubstreet, neere to the Flying Horse, 1641.
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T2069
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