Aprill the 22th. Nevv and true nevves from Ireland :
relating these particulars following. 1 The meeting of 6 or 700 abbots, monks, fryars and priests, in the west part of Ireland, at least three weeks, with fasts and prayers three days in a week after their popish manner. 2 Another meeting at Westmeath, for the plotting of the confusion of the Protestants in that kingdome. 3 Their divelish plot against Dublin and divers other places. 4 The great overthrow to 600 English neare Tredath, by the mistake of the word of command. 5 Severall overthrows given to the rebels by Sir Charles Coote. 6 How Sir Henry Titchbourne slew 1000 of the rebels, tooke some great commanders, and at least 30000 pound in mony, jewels and plate. VVith divers other particulars to the honour of the English, the downfall of the rebels, and glory of our nation: incouraging all brave spirits to performe the like service, for the honor of their king and countrey.
|Main Creator:||Hallowes, John.|
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London : printed for F. Coules, 1642.
Signed: Iohn Hallowes.
The first letter is dated Dublin, 20th of March, 1641 [O.S.], the second Dublin, the 6th of April, and is written by John Hallowes.
Page six is misnumbered nine.
Physical description: , 9 [i.e. 6] p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H456B