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HIBERNIA. Victorious news from Ireland; being the defeat of Lord Ormond near Limerick. 4° Lond. 1642.

News from the West of Ireland, relating what hap: pened to Capt. Weldon and Capt. Aston. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A true and exact relation of divers actions of a late expedition in the North of Ireland by the English and Scotch. 4" Lond. 1642.

- A journal of most remarkable passages in Ireland, especially the Baltell at Munster. 4° Lond. 1642.

A true and perfect diurnal of passages in Ireland from April 2 to May 3. 4° Lond. 1642.

Several passages of the late proceedings in Ireland. 49 Lond. 1642.

- A new declaration of the last affairs in Ireland, shewing the great overthrow given to the Irish Rebels. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A true relation of the late occurrences in Ireland, in two Letters. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A true relation of the latest occurrences in Ireland, Augt. 17. 4° Lond. 1642.

A new Remonstrance from Ireland declaring the cruelty of the Rebels against the Protestants. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A discourse concerning the Rebellion in Ireland. by M. S. 4° Lond. 1642

A remonstrance of remarkable passages from Ireland concerning the Church and Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1642.

- That great expedition for Ireland by way of underwriting proposed by both Houses of Parliament, &c. vindicated. 4° Lond. 1642.

Irelands tragical tyrannie. 4° Lond. 1642. - A particular relation of the present condition of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1642.

Weighty considerations manifesting the great advantage of prosecuting the Irish Wars. 4° Lond. 1642.

No Pamphlet, but a delestation of all pamphlets concerning the Rebellion. 4° Lond. 1642. - The Irish occurrences. Comfortable news from Ireland of the Brave Valour and Policie of Warre by the Lord Jones and the Lord Diboney. 4° Lond. 1642

- A full relation not only of our good Successe in gene. rall, but how, and in what manner God hath fought his own cause miraculously, manifesting his mighty power by deliver, ing the Protestants, miserably distressed under a cruell and most inhumane Adversary. As also the Names of the chiefe Commanders under the command of the Earle of Ormond. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A continuation of the triumphant proceedings of the Protestant Army in Ireland. Also the manner how the Re. bels consecrated Kildare Church. 4° Lond. 1642. - A perfect Relation of the Proceedings of the English Army against the Rebels in Ireland. fol. Lond. 1642.


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HIBERNIA. True News from Ireland, Mar. 28. fol. Londo 1642.

Declaration of the last affairs in Ireland, shewing the great overthrow given to the Irish Rebels. Lond. 1642,

Relation of sundry occurrences in Ireland from the fleet of ships set out by the adventurers of the additional Forces. 4° Lond. 1642.

- An Armie for Ireland. With a Letter from Lord Moore to Sir W. Barker. Lond. 1642,

- Thirty five Articles made by the Rebels. 4o 1642.

- Proceedings of the Scottish Armie in Ireland: in three Letters. 4° Lond. 1642.

- Remarkable Propositions by the Councell in Ireland. With the declaration of Parliament. May 12. 1642. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A famous Battle by the Earl of Corke, the Earl of Ormond and the Lord Moore against the Rebels in Ireland. 49 Lond. 1642.

- Petition of the Committees to His Majesty with his · Majesty's answer. 4° Oxf. 1642.

· Declaration of the Commons concerning the rise and progress of the Grand Rebellion in Ireland, &c. 4° Lond. 1643. !

- A remonstrance of grievances presented to His most Excellent Majestie in the behalfe of the Catholicks of Ireland. 4° Waterford, 1643.

- Proclamation concerning a cessation of Arms agreed and concluded at Sigginstowne, Septr. 15. 4° Lond. 1643.

An order of the Committee for the Affairs of Ireland. 4o 1643.

A true and exact relation of the most sad.condition of Ireland since the cessation. 4° Lond. 1643.

--- Another extract of several Letters from Ireland. 4o. Lond. 1643.

- Ireland's excise by the Lords Justices and Councell there. 4° Lond. 1643.

Two declarations of the House of the lamentable state of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1643.

An advertisement of a meeting of the Adventurers for Ireland. 4° Lond. 1643.

-- Truth from Ireland, relating the condition of Dublin, &c. 4° Lond. 1643.

- An ordinance of both Houses to prevent the coming over of the Irish Rebels. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Two Letters from Ireland, shewing the several battles and victories obtained over the Rebels. 4° Lond. 1643.

Special news froin Ireland. Lond. 1643. .

- Joyful and happy news from Ireland, being an account of a victory obtained over the Rebels at Roscolleth. 4° Lond. 1643.


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HIBERNIA. The newest intelligence from Ireland, Feb. 1. 4° Lond. 1643.

Irelands misery since the late cessation. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Petition of the well affected to the King. 4° Lond. 1643.

-- The Irish Treaty, or the last and best intelligence from Ireland. 4" Lond. 1643.

- A Letter from a Protestant in Ireland to a Member of the House of Commons in England upon the occasion of the Treaty. 4° 1643. - A declaration of the Lords and Commons shewing the designe for a cessation of Arms or Treaty of Peace with the Rebels in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1643.

- A Manifestation directed to the Parliament of England, from the Lord Inchequin, the Lord Proghill, &c. containing the Reasons of their opposing the Cessation with the bloodthirsty Irish Rebels. Also the declaration of the Protestants of Munster. 4° Lond. 1644.

- A declaration made by the Irish Rebells against the English and Scotch Protestants in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1644.

A false and scandalous remonstrance of the Rebels in Ireland, with an answer thereunto. 4° Lond. 1644.

- Queries propounded by the Protestant party concerns ing the peace in general now treated of in Ireland. 4° Paris, 1644.

Propositions of the Irish Rebels (by the Name of the Roman Catholiques of Ireland) presented to his Majestie. 4° Lond. 1644.

An order for the Adventurers for Ireland. fol. 1644.

A plot discovered in Ireland, and prevented without shedding of blood. 4° Lond. 1644.

- The impudence of the Romish Whore, continued and improved in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Irish Rebels, calling themselves His Majesties Catholic subjects, discovered by certain motives by them divulged and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their taking up Arms. 4° Lond. 1644. - The Plot and Progresse of the Irish Rebellion. 40 Lond. 1644.

Mercurius Hibernicus, or a discourse of the late Insurrection in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1644.

An ordinance respecting the propositions for the relief of Ireland. fol. 1645. - - State of the Irish affairs, as represented by the Committee of Adventurers. 4° Lond. 1645.

- The additional propositions of His Majesty sent by the Commissioners into the Rebels for a conclusion of Peace. 4° Lond. 1645.

The Irish Cabinet: or His Majesties secret Papers for establishing the Papall Clergy in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1645.


HIBERNIA. Two remarkable Letters concerning the Kings correspondence with the Irish Rebells. 4° Lond. 1645.

– Very sad and bloody news from Ireland of the loss of Bunratty, &c. 4° Lond. 1646.

The Irish Massacre. 4° 1646,

Papers from Ireland of the Marquesse of Ormond's comiug into the Parliament and the manner of taking Mariborough. 4° Lond. 1646.

- A remonstrance from the Parliament at Dublin concerning the estate of Ireland. Dubl. 1646.

A few Collections for Ireland's Soldiers. 4° Lond. 1646.

- Copy of a barbarous and bloody declaration by the Irish Rebels against the supreme Councell of Ireland. And the Votes of the Popish Assembly at Waterford against Peace. 49 Lond. 1646.

- The petition of many officers drawn for the service of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1647.

- A prospect of bleeding Irelands miseries. fol. Lond. 1647.

--- The petition of the Parliaments poor Soldiers in the army of Ireland, whereof many are starved already and many dead for want of Chirurgions. fol. 1647.

- Very good news from Ireland of the great victories obtained over the Rebels. 4° Lond. 1647.

- More victories in Ireland by Lord Inchiquin. 4° Lond. 1647.

- Propositions sent by the Irish Parliament held at Kilkenny to the Commissioners at Dublin. 4° Lond. 1647.

- A great fight in Ireland betwixt the forces under Genl. Jones and that Arch-Rebell General Preston. 4° Lond. 1647.

An answer to the Petition framed against the Scots in Ireland, &c. 4° Lond. 1647.

- An ordinance of the Commons concerning the qualifications to sit in the Parliament of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1647.

- Ireland's Complaint of the Armies Hypocrisie : with his Excellencies entering unconquered London. fol. 1647.

- A remonstrance of the sad condition of the Army in Ireland under Lord Inchiquine. 4° Lond. 1647.

Exceeding good news from Ireland; being a relation of their proceedings in the North. 4° Lond. 1647.

Two great battles in Ireland, the one in the North, the other neare Dublin. 4° Lond. 1647.

– The Kings Manifesto to Ireland by the Marquis of Clanrickard. 4° Lond. 1647.

- A famous Victory in Ireland obtained over the Rebels · near Black-Water. 4° Lond. 1647.

- The bloody Diurnal from Ireland, being proceedings of the Catholics at Kilkenny. 4° Lond. 1647. - - Three propositions to the King concerning Ireland, with His Majesties Answer and Propositions. 4° Lond. 1617.

HIBERNIA. IIIBERNIA. Ordinance for raising £50,000 upon Delinquents estates for the relief of Ireland. 4• Lond. 1647.

- Ireland. Or a booke with a map of the principal Towns, with Irelands bloody cries. 12° Lond. 1647.

An additional ordinance for the raising of £50,000 for the reduction of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1648.

Hiberniæ Lacrymæ, or a sad contemplation of the bleeding condition of Ireland. fol. 1648.

A declaration of the King respecting Ireland. Ms. 40 1648.

A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, for settling the Protestant religion and maintaining his Majesties rights. 4° Lond. 1648.

A particular Relation of the present state and condition of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1649.

The last great and bloody fight in Ireland between Cromwells forces and the Marquis of Ormond. 4° Lond. 1649.

- The petition of the officers now engaged for Ireland, with the Answer of Parliament. 4° Lond. 1619.

Zions thankful Echoes from the clifts of Ireland. 40 Lond. 1649.

- The declaration of the British in the North of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1649.

Articles of peace made with the Irish Rebels and Papists by James Duke of Ormond. Lond. 1649.

A message from Ireland to a Member of the Army under Genl. Fairfax. 4° Lond. 1649. - A Letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to W. Lenthall, Esqr. relating the good successes God hath lately given the Parliaments forces there. 4° Lond. 1649.

Arguments inviting Mariners to engage against the Irish Rebells. fol. Lond. 1649.

A brief narration of the plotting, beginning and car. rying on of that execrable Rebellion and Butcherie in Ireland, 4° Lond. 1650.

A History or brief Chronicle of the chief matters of the Irish Warres. 4° Lond. 1650.

A declaration of the Lord Lieutenant for undeceiving of deluded people. 4° Lond. 1650.

La- A discourse concerning the affairs of Ireland. 4° Lond.. 1650.

- Consilium et votum pro ordinandâ et stabiliendâ Hiberniâ. fol. Lond. 1651.

A bloudy fight in Ireland between the Lord Deputies forces and the Earl of Castlehaven, &c. 4° Lond. 1651.

- The chief affairs in Ireland truly communicated. 4° Lond. 1651.

- A bloody fight in Ireland, with the storming of Dublin, 4° Lond. 1652.

A great and bloody fight in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1652.

Several Letters from Ireland concerning the affairs there. 4° Lond. 1652.


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