The rebels Turkish tyranny, in their march Decem. 24. 1641. :
As it was taken out of a letter sent from Mr. Witcome a merchant in Kingsale to a brother of his here. Shewing how cruelly they put them to the sword, ravished religious women, and put their children upon red hot spits before their parents eyes; throw them in the fire, and burn them to ashes; cut off their eares, and nose, put out their eyes; cut off their armes, and legges, broyle them at the fire, cut out their tongues, and thrust hot irons down their throats, drown them; dash out their brains, and such like other cruelty not heard of amongst Christians. With a great and bloody skirmish fought between Captain Hull, and the rebels: and the names of the chief rebels of that regiment. And the firing of a town within a mile of Dublin.
|Main Creator:||Whetcombe, Tristram.|
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London : printed for W.R., 1641.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W1637A
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