A faithfull remonstrance, of all the chiefe matters of note which have happened in and about Dublin

Publication Date1642
Remainderand other parts of Ireland, from the 26 of January, to this present, being the 1 of March, 1642. Wherein is truly set down, 1 An exact relation of severall great discomfitures given to the rebels by the Protestant army, ... 2 How Sir Nicholas white [sic], Alderman Ianes, ... were committed prisoners to the Castle of Dublin, ... 3 The names of divers townes which the Protestants have been forced to burne, ... 4 A very remarkable passage concerning Carnow Castle,... freed by the politike invention and couragious adventure of a gentlwoman [sic] by name Mistris Rochford. Lastly, how 65 chiefe officers and commanders over the Irish rebels, with all and every of their partakers, ayders, or confederates are proclaymed traitors and notorious rebels, against our most gracious soveraigne lord King Charles, his crown and dignity, which proclamation was read in both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the 22 of Feb. 1641. Published by authority
Extent[2], 6 p.
Publisherprinted by a perfect copy, for J. Wright, dwelling in the Old-Bailey


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