A most true relation of a vvonderfull victory it pleased God to give those two worthy commanders Sir Robert and Sir William Stuart. :
Against the rebells, being under command of Sir Philem O Neale, wherein 2000 of his men were slain, and but 6 or 7 of our Scottish souldiers. Likewise many more of the rebells slaine, and the Castell of Knosklinsh taken by the Scots. Presented by a worthy gentleman to the Parliament; and by them commanded to be printed. Henry Elsynge Cler. Parl.
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London : printed by R. Oulton. and G. Dexter for Ioseph Hnnscott [sic], Iuly 7. an. D. 1642.
The words "Sir Robert and Sir William" are gathered by a right brace on title page.
Physical description: 7,  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2927A