Mercurius Hibernicus, or, the Irish Mercurie. :
Briefely and truly relating the conditions, manners, and customes of the natives, with their most barbarous, inhnmane [sic], cruell, and bloudie stratagems. Who are chiefely animated and spurred on by the Iesuites, priests, friers and monks of the antichristian, popish, and hellish brood. With a true relation of the unchristian practises performed by the Lord Macquier and Macmahone. with the arraignment and sentence of the said Lord Macquier.
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[London : printed by Iohn Hammond, 1645]
Imprint from colophon.
With woodcut of Mercury at beginning of letter-press. The imprint is on the last page.
Physical description: 8 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M1765A