Battle of Benburb, 5th June, 1646.
Fought between Owen Roe O'Neill, who commanded the Irish Army, numbering 3000 foot and 400 horse, and the Puritan Army numbering 6000 infantry and 800 horse, commanded by General Monro, and which resulted in the total rout of the latter.
Scene of the Battle of Benburb, County Tyrone, Ireland, 5th June 1646, the largest engagement of the Confederate War.
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[S.l. : s.n., n.d., between ca. 1890 and 1910?].
Poem celebrating the battle of Benburb printed around illustration of the battle: Owen Roe, our own O'Neill! ... That strikes in daylight makes ours restored.
Formerly held at PD HP (1646) 1.
Physical description: 1 print : colour halftone ; 28.6 x 41 cm..
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