News from Ireland concerning the proceedings of the Presbytery in the court of Antrim in Ireland,
in several sittings in that county, against Mr. James Ker, & Mr. Jeremy O. Queen. two of their fellow-ministers of the same Presbytery, for their rufusing [sic] to reade that treasonable representation, which was by the said Presbytery then at Belfast, commanded to be read publiquely by all ministers, in Febr. 1648. Published for the undeceiving of those who (not knowing what they desire) would have Presbytery established by law in this commonwealth. Printed from the relation made thereof by Mr. James Ker, and by him delivered to Colonel Venables, Commander in chief of the forces of the commonwealth of England in the counties of Down and Antrim.
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London : printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England, 1650.
"Mr. James Ker .. Mr Jeremy Queen" have been bracketed on the titlepage.
Physical description: 38 [i.e. 39],  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), N973
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