A true and exact relation of the chiefe passages in Ireland, since the first rising of the rebels. :
Sent by an alderman of Dublin to his sonnenow resident in London, with a description of an overthrow given by Sir Simon Harcot Ian. 11. 1641. As also a letter of the rebels, subscribed with divers of their hands, written to the Lady Offalia, mother to the Lord Digby, to deliver up her castle of Geshel, she with the Lord Digby's children and others being therein. With her resolute and modest answer thereunto.
|Main Creator:||Bladen, W. (William)|
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London : printed by T.H. for Rich. Royston, 1642.
An alderman of Dublin = William Bladen, who signs the first letter.
Lady Offalia = Lady Lettice Digby.
In this edition, lines 8-9 of the title read, "now resident in London, with a description of an overthrow given by Sir Simon Harcot Ian. 11. 1641.". In another edition, lines 8-9 read, "now resident in London, dated 14. of Ianuary, 1641.".
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), B3107
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