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James Cranford. The teares of Ireland vvherein is lively presented as in a map, a list of the unheard off [sic] cruelties and perfidious treacheries of bloud-thirsty Jesuits and the popish faction. As a warning piece to her sister nations to prevent the like miseries, as are now acted on the stage of this fresh bleeding nation. Reported by gentlemen of good credit living there, but forced to flie for their lives, as Iobs messengers, to tell us what they have heard and seene with their eyes, illustrated by pictures. Fit to be reserved by all true Protestants as a monument of their perpetuall reproach and ignominy, and to animate the spirits of Protestants against such bloudy villains. London, 1642. Shelfmark 166- 401q.



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