3 edition of VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland found in the catalog.
VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland
|Other titles||Worse and worse newes from Ireland, Copy of two letters read in the House of Parliament, the 14. of this instant moneth of December, 1641|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2149:16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5,  p|
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VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland being the coppy of a letter read in the House of Parliament the 14 of this instant moneth of December wherein is contained such unheard-of cruelties committed by the papists against the Protestants not sparing age.
VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland: being the coppy of a letter read in the House of Parliament, the of this instant moneth of December, Wherein is contained such unheard-of cruelties, committed by the papists against the Protestants, not sparing age nor sex, that it would make a Christians heart to bleede.
VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland: being the copy of a letter read in the House of Parliament, the 14 of this instant moneth of December, VVorse and worse nevves from Ireland.
being the coppy of a letter read in the House of Parliament, the of December, Wherein is contained such unheard-of cruelties, committed by the papists against the Protestants, that it would make a Christians. The last nevves from Ireland being a relation of the hostile and bloody proceedings of the rebellious papists there at this present: vvherein is declared the many, great and cruell outrages committed by them both with fire and sword against the Protestants in severall parts of that kingdome: also the names of the townes and castles, they have surprized, taken and burnt: with a full.
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