A Brief Narration of the Plotting, Beginning & Carrying on of that Execrable Rebellion and Butcherie in Ireland. With the Unheard of Devilish-Cruelties and Massacres by the Irish-Rebels, Excercised upon the Protestants and English There. Faithfully Collected out of Depositions . . THOMAS WARING.

A Brief Narration of the Plotting, Beginning & Carrying on of that Execrable Rebellion and Butcherie in Ireland. With the Unheard of Devilish-Cruelties and Massacres by the Irish-Rebels, Excercised upon the Protestants and English There. Faithfully Collected out of Depositions . . .

Publisher: London: Printed by E. Alsop and T. Dunster, 1650.
Edition: First and only edition.
Bibliographical References: Wing W-873; ESTC R204016, which records six locations in the British Isles, five in North America and one in Australia.
Condition: Title-page a little dusty; fine copy, with generous margins.
Book ID: 27344

Description

Small 4to, modern red quarter morocco, marbled paper boards, gilt lettering. 64 pages. Title-page printed in red and black. Lacking the first blank.

Comments

An account of the Irish Rebellion of 1641, that led to the Eleven Years' War - which ended with the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland. Thomas Waring's account of the rebellion brings its up through 1649 and includes detailed descriptions of the bloodletting, for which he blames the Catholics.

Price: $1,850.00

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