A message from both honses [sic] of Parliament, sent to the King and Queenes Majesties, touching certain letters lately intercepted, and (as it may be conjectured) sent from the Lord Digby, to the Queenes Majesty. :
Whereunto is added the answer of Don Alleson de Cardenas the Spanish ambassadour, resident here in England, to the late message sent to him from both houses, touching the information given them of the ships at Dunkirk, for the aid of the rebels in Ireland. Also the true demands of the rebels in Ireland. Declaring the causes of their taking up of armes. Sent into England by Sir Phelom O-Neale, their generall: to the honourable and high court of Parliament. Vlster, February 10. Published for preventing false copies already extant, or that may bee hereafter printed. Avowed by R.P. Gent [i.e. Roger Pike?].
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Printed at London : for F. Couls, ond [sic] Tho. Banks, 1642.
"The true demands" were spurious.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), E1649B
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