Cruelties in Wexford: being an Authentic Narrative of the Sufferings and providential Escape of a Young Gentleman, Late Resident of Wexford; including an account of the outrages committed by the rebels in that town, While in their Possession. Written by Himself.
Liverpool: Printed by H. Forshaw, 1800. [Price Sixpence. 40 pages. 160 x 100 mm. Spine repaired and re-sewn; finger-marked and lightly soiled; some turning of corners; else a very good copy of this chapbook. Rare: ESTC records one copy only. Concerns the Irish rebellion of 1798.