Count Hanlan's downfall, or A true and exact account of the killing that arch traytor and Tory Redmon ô Hanlan: by Art ô Hanlan, one of his own party, on the 25. day of April, 1681. near the Eight Mile Bridge, in the county of Down. :
Being the copy of a letter writ by a country gentleman (now in Dublin) to a person of quality (his friend) in the country.
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Dublin : printed by Joseph Ray at College-Green, for William Winter, bookseller at the Wandring Jew in Castle-street, 1681.
Physical description: 7,  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C6517
Citations/References: Cat. of early Dublin-printed books, 188
|Contained in:||Tracts, Dublin, 1681.|
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|Dublin 1681 (8) 1||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|