An exact relation of the persecutions, robberies, and losses, sustained by the Protestants of Killmare, in Ireland. :
With an account of their erecting a fortress to defend themselves against the bloody insolencies of the papists. Also, the way and manner of their happy escape into England: together with the reasons why the Protestants there did not regiment themselves, and take the field, or make their flight sooner. As likewise, some natural conclusions that plague and famine will arise forthwith in that kingdom. By a principal manager in that action. By authority.
|Main Creator:||Orpen, Richard, 1652-1716.|
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London : printed for Tho. Bennet, at the Half-Moon, in St. Paul's Church-yard; and are to be sold by Randal Taylor, near Stationers-Hall, 1689.
Attributed by Wing to Richard Orpen.
With final advertisement leaf.
T. Crofton Croker ascribes the above to Richard Orpen (the R.O. mentioned in the text) in his Introduction to Murroghoh O'Connor's "Kerry Pastoral," ed. by him in 1843 for the Percy Society.
Imperfect: p. 29 misnumbered 39.
LO 12258 was previously at Ir 941068 e2.
Physical description: , 30,  p. ; 20 cm. (small and 4to)
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), O466
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.) O460
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