Another extract of severall letters from Ireland, intimating their present state. : Wherein it appeares, that if supplies of victuals and ammunition be presently sent, there is great hopes of suddenly reducing those rebels. With the reasons given at Dvblin against a cessation of armes withthe rebels, and the oath lately made by the rebels, and the oath lately made by the rebels at their supreame Counsell at Kilkenny, for the maintenance of the Romish religion with their lives and estates. Wherein further appeares the falshood of a scandalous pamphlet lately set forth, intituled, An apologie made by an English officer of quality for leaving the Irish Wars: when no such officer appeares. And that no such thing was there ever intended as the seizing of the Parliaments shipps as hath been falsely divulged. Wherein appears, how free the Marquesse of Ormond is from those calumnies unworthily cast upon him by that pamphliteere. With several letters from Dublin shewing the Popes Nuntio ... With a letter lately sent from the Lord Insiquin out of Munster ... As also, an exact relation of the good service of Sir Frederick Hammilton since the rebellion begun.
- London : Printed by George Miller dwelling in the Black Friers, 1643.
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