Dolefull nevves from Edinborough in Scotland.
Being sent to England in severall letters, shewing in vvhat danger the city was, upon the 28. of November, being a generall fast proclaimed there. Also, sad newes from New-Castle, being a true relation hovv the major thereof going to visit the coale-pits accompanied by the aldermen, was by a dag wounded, and one of the aldermen in a pit drowned. With lamentable and mournfull newes from Ireland, in the county of Monnoham, of what cruelty was used to a lady, and how a minister was hanged by the rebels. Likewise, the entertainment of the Earle of Tyrone, by the rebels, being a true relation how Dublin was besieged, by him the treacherous Earle of Tyrone: but beaten backe by the Lord Moores companies.
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[London?] : Printed for William Field, 1641.
As appears from the text (p. [5-6]), the news from "New-Castle in Ireland" is actually from Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), D1839
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