A declaration by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. :
Concerning his resolutions for the peace and safety of Ireland, and the free injoyment of the rights of the people. Together with the copies of severall letters taken in Ireland, of great consequence. This declaration is appointed to be printed and published throughout all Ireland, by speciall direction from O. Cromwell.
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[London] : Printed at Dublin by William Bladen and re-printed at London by Robert Ibbiston, dwelling in Smithfield, 1649.
Includes "A declaration by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland", in which Cromwell orders his officers and soldiery to forbear "to abuse rob and pillage, and ... execute cruelties upon the country people"; "The Marquesse of Ormonds letter to Prince Rupert", signed and dated "Finglasse 25 July. 1649. Ormond"; as well as "Prince Rupert's poposals" and two letters from Prince Rupert to Ormond, the first of which is dated 22 July 1649.
"Prince Ruperts proposals", regarding difficulties of provisioning the Royal fleet, is dated 18 July 1649.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), C7056
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