An armie for Ireland, conducted by the Lord Lithe [Lisle], son to the right honourable, the Earle of Licester, Lord Deputy of Ireland. :
Being a vote of both houses in Parliament for the sending of speedy ayd into Ireland, consisting both of the Scottish and English army, speaking of the great feare that the city of Dublin hath been in, and in what danger to be taken sundry times, but now most valiantly defended by the Scottish volunteers, and English army. With an excellent copy of a letter sent from the Lord Moore to Sir William Barker in England, speaking of all the greevances and miseries of the Protestants whatsoever, as also of all the blondy designes that the rebels intended to take the castle.
|Main Creator:||Leicester, Philip Sidney, Earl of, 1619-1698.|
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London : printed for John Greensmith, 1642.
Anonymous. By Philip Sidney, Earl of Leicester. Cf. Accessing Early English books, 1641-1700.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), L965
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