An impartial history of the wars of Ireland,
with a continuation thereof. In two parts. From the time that Duke Schonberg landed with an army in that kingdom, to the 23d. of March, 1691/2. when Their Majesties proclamation was published, declaring the war to be ended. Illustrated with copper sculptures describing the most important places of action. Together with some remarks upon the present state of that kingdom. By George Story, chaplain to the regiment formerly Sir Tho. Gower's, now the Earl of Drogheda's.
|Main Creator:||Story, George Warter, d. 1721.|
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London : printed for Ric. Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCXCIII. 
"A true and impartial history of the most material occurrences in the kingdom of Ireland during the two last years." (S5751) has separate title page dated 1691. "A continuation of the impartial history of the wars of Ireland" (S5748) has separate title page dated 1693. Each work has separate pagination and register.
A reissue with general title page of Wing S5751 and S5748.
With a half-title.
With an imprimatur printed on the verso of the half-title. Imprimatur dated: White-hall, April 30. 1691.
Physical description: , 163, , 328 p.,  folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S5749
Added title page title: True and impartial history of the most material occurrences in the kingdom of Ireland during the two last years
Added title page title: Continuation of the impartial history of the wars of Ireland
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