An Order from the Committee that eleven thousand three hundred horse should be conducted by Sir Simon Harecolt into Ireland :
as also letters read in the Parliament sent from the Mayre of Dublin and other justices of the peace, how Tredagl is besieged and Dublin in great feare of the rebels : as likewise the Spanish fleet overthrown in the sea, going to assist the rebels in Ireland : in a relation of a great uumber [sic] of Spaniards that were resolved to go into Ireland and helpe the rebels to persecure the Protestants there more cruelly : being the just judgement of God on those bloudy minded tyrants shewing how in a suddaine tempest they were all drowned in the devouring sea : with the copy of a letter sent from the Spanish fleet to the Lord Donmadoffe the arch-rebel in Ireland.
|Main Creator:||Ballantine, Philippa, 1971-|
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London : Printed for W.R., 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing, E1683
Citations/References: Wing E1683
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