The diurnall, or The heads of all the proceedings in Parliament, from the sixt of December, to the thirteenth thereof. 1641. :
VVherein they voted Oneale guilty of high treason; with certaine letters from Ireland, wherein they make knowne that whole counties revolt to the rebels, so that they are within foure miles of Dublin, driving away there [sic] cattel, and destroying their goods; besides stopping them up from bringing necessary provision into the city. Also, how the French embassadour hath begged a pardon for the 7. priests condemned. And how Iustice Long was lately committed to the Tovver·.
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London : printed for I.W. and T.B., 1641.
Pp. 5-6 misnumbered 9 and 3, respectively.
Physical description: , 7 p. ; small and 4to
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