Fiction unmasked, or, An answer to a dialogue lately published by a Popish physitian, and pretended to have passed between a dissenter, and a member of the Church of Ireland

wherein the causes, motives, and mischiefs of the Irish rebellion and massacres in 1641 are laid thick upon the Protestants : in which are occasionally interpersed some structures on the Impartial examiner published by the Reverend John James, a Roman priest in 1747 during the rebellion in Scotland, and when the flame was expected to break out in Ireland, in a dialogue between a Protestant and a Papist
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Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of
Other titlesAn answer to a dialogue lately published by a Popish physitian., Fiction unmasked.
Statementby Walter Harris, Esq.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 211, (1) p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20806570M