A prospect of bleeding Irelands miseries:
presented in a brief recitement to the eyes and hearts of all her commiserating friends in England and Scotland, as one maine motive to move their Christian courage for her assistance, when we consider there hath been at the least two hundred thousand Protestants slain and most inhumanely massacred by the barbarous and blood-thirsty rebels, putting them to the most cruell kinds of death they could invent, as you may read by this following relation. Diligently collected from the most certain intelligence.
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London : printed for J.H. and are to be sold in Popes head Alley, 1647.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) : ill. ; 1/2o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), P3805
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|LO Folder 7/91||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|