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Irelands tragical tyrannie: sent over in two letters, by a speehlesse [sic] damzell, which landed at Miniard upon the 18. day Jan. 1642. wherein is plainly and truly shown, what cruelty hath possest the Irish rebels hearts, and how barbarously they have dealt with her: first how they defloured her body, and after tore the haire from her head, and lastly, how they cut out her tongue, and one of her hands for resisting them. Also, how the wolves destroyed Mr. Thomas Adams, his wife and children, to the number of fourteen persons in one night, being constrained to forsake their habitation. With a true relation of other remarkable passages, performed by the blood-thirsty rebels. These letters were sent from the damzels father out of Ireland, to her Unkle Robinson, who liveth neere unto Miniard in Summerset-shire.

Main Author: Robinson, John, 17th cent.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: London : Printed for TL, 1642
Series: Early English books online.
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