The Irish petition to this Parliament in England.
Shewing in what distresse and calamity they are in, and how bloudily the rebels daily proceed against them. Shewing likewise in what necessity they are in, and what extraordinary rate their corne is at. Describing likewise the battell which the Scots and the rebels have had, and how many Scots were at that time slaine.
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Imprinted at Dublin, and now reprinted at London : for for [sic] Daniell Williams, 1641.
Includes: The Parliaments determination concerning the said petition.
Physical description:  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), I1043
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