The Petition of the weamen [sic] of Middlesex which they intended to have presented to the high court of Parliament but shewing of it to some of their friends they diswaded them from it untill it should please God to endue them with more wit and lesse non-sence : subscribed with the names of above 12000 : with the apprentices of Londons petitjon presented to the right honourable the high court of Parliament : wherein is set downe the manifold greevances wherewith of late yeeres they have bin oppressed Uruat Rex : subscribed and presented with the names of above 30000 apprentices : likewise a true relation of the Earle of Tyrones overthrow : also a bloody battell which was fought between the regiment of the Lord Conzenna and the companies of the Lord Muskrey in the county of Conno where the Protestants got the victorie Decemb. 8, 1641.
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