The desires and propositions of the Lord Inchequin in Ireland :
to the Parliament of England assembled at Westminster; with his declaration concerning Charles, King of great Brittain, and his resolution to defend and maintain his royall crown and dignity, and to oppose and bring to subjection, the popish party in Ireland, who have now declared for the King of Spaine. Also, a great fight, and the Lord Inchiquins taking of divers strong holds of the rebels. likewise, the proceedings of the Royalists at Bristol, and their declaring for God and King Charles.
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London : printed for R.W., MDCXLVIII. 
The letter from Bristol is dated April 29, 1648.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; (small, 4to)
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), I130
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