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Mercurius Hibernicus, Or, a Discourse of the Late Insurrection in Ireland Displaying, 1. the True Causes of It, Till Now Not So Fully Discovered book. Re Pages: Mercurius hibernicus, or, A discourse of the late insurrection in Ireland displaying (1) the true causes of it(2) the course that was taken to suppresse it, (3) the reasons that drew on a cessation of arms, and other compliances since: as also, touching those auxiliaries which are transported thence to serve in the present : Mercurius hibernicus, or, A discourse of the late insurrection in Ireland displaying, 1.
the true causes of it,till now not so fully discovered: 2. that drew on a cessation of armes () Paperback – Author: James Howell. Mercurius hibernicus, or, A discourse of the late insurrection in Ireland displaying, 1. the true causes of it,till now not so fully discovered: 2. the course that was taken to suppresse it: 3.
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Mercurius hibernicus, or, A discourse of the late Mercurius Hibernicus. book in Ireland: displaying (1) the true causes of it(2) the course that was taken to suppresse it, (3) the reasons that drew on a cessation of arms, and other compliances since: as also, touching those auxiliaries which are transported thence to serve in the present warre.
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