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A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under His Lordships command; and several transactions between His Lordship andthe Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garrisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant 1 edition

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Cromwell, Oliver

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A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under His Lordships command; and several transactions between His Lordship andthe Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garrisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant.

Published 1649 by Printed by John Field for Edward Husband, printer to the Parliament of England in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Signatures: A-B4.

pp.1-2 not numbered; p.3 misnumbered 1.

Governor of Wexford: David Sinnot.

Wing 2nd ed C7101A; Sweeney 1273; ESTC R206358.

The Physical Object

Pagination
16p. :
Number of pages
16

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL18813075M

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