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Author: England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
Title: His Maiesties answer to a message sent to him by the House of Commons, at Yorke, March 19. 1641.: Also two remarkable letters from Ireland sent over by Robert Pickering, secretary unto Sir Symon Harcourt, March, 17. 1641. The first being the copy of a letter written by the Earle of Osmond one of the commanders of the rebels, unto the Earle of Delvin, wherein he declares the great distresse they are in for want of ammunition and other provision, and also frustrate of the reliefe they hoped for out of Flanders. Which letter and bearer was intercepted by the night scouts of Sir Symon Harcourt. The second, the copie of the Popes Bull sent unto the Irish rebels, found in the trunke of Macke Orobie, his legate, who was taken prisoner in the Lord Mountgarrets quarter.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: His Maiesties answer to a message sent to him by the House of Commons, at Yorke, March 19. 1641.: Also two remarkable letters from Ireland sent over by Robert Pickering, secretary unto Sir Symon Harcourt, March, 17. 1641. The first being the copy of a letter written by the Earle of Osmond one of the commanders of the rebels, unto the Earle of Delvin, wherein he declares the great distresse they are in for want of ammunition and other provision, and also frustrate of the reliefe they hoped for out of Flanders. Which letter and bearer was intercepted by the night scouts of Sir Symon Harcourt. The second, the copie of the Popes Bull sent unto the Irish rebels, found in the trunke of Macke Orobie, his legate, who was taken prisoner in the Lord Mountgarrets quarter.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I), Osmond, Charles Osmond, Earl of., Charles King of England, 1600-1649., Catholic Church. Pope (1623-1644 : Urban VIII)

London: Printed for John Thomas, 1641. [i.e. 1642]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Ireland -- History
Charles -- King of England, -- 1600-1649
Urban, -- Pope, -- 1568-1644
Mountgarret, Richard Butler, -- Viscount, -- 1578-1651
Pickering, Robert, -- 17th cent.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A78635.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Copie of a Letter written by the Earle of Osmond a Commander of the Rebels, unto the Earle of Delvia, that lay at the Head of Hoare.
The Coppie of the Popes Bull unto the Irish Rebels.
His Majesties Answer to a Message sent to Him by the House of Commons, concerning Lycences granted by him to persons to goe into Ireland.