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or, an answer to a dialogue lately published by a Popish physitian [sic] [J. Curry], and pretended to have passed between a Dissenter, and a member of the Church of Ireland : wherein the causes, motives, and mischiefs of the Irish rebellion and massacres in 1641 are laid thick upon the Protestants : in which are ... strictures on the Impartial examiner, published by the Rev. John Jones, a Romish priest, in 1747, during the rebellion in Scotland, and when the flame was expected to break out in Ireland : In a dialogue between a Protestant and a Papist. By Walter Harris Esq.
|Main Creator:||Harris, Walter, 1686-1761.|
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Dublin : printed by Edward Bate, for the editor, 1752.
With this is bound: A brief account from the most authentic Protestant writers of the causes ... of the Irish rebellion ... 1641, deliver'd in a dialogue between a dissenter, and a member of the Church of Ireland ... / [by J. Curry] ; together with an appendix, containing a remonstrance of the gentry etc. of the county of Cavan, written by Bishop Bedell in 1641 ; Mr. Howell's account of the causes of this rebellion ; extract of the brief narrative of the same publish'd in 1660 by the Irish Paipists [sic.] ; a collection of some of the massacres committed on the Irish therein : and a relation of the massacre of Glenco. Dublin, re-pr., 1752. (64 p. ; 4to).
Physical description: viii,211,p. ; 8vo