True nevves from Cork. :
Being the copie of a letter sent from thence to Master Oliver Daniell citizen, inhabitant in the borough; from his brother, now resident in Cork. Wherein is declared the severall proceedings of the Protestant armie, from the fifth of May, to the 12. 1642. Likevvise, a true and reall intelligence of a great insurrection made by the papists in Cork, on the 7. day of this instant moneth. With a declaration, how by the valour and approved courage of my Lord of Cork, and Sir Thomas Moor, they were appeased, disarmed, and their store and munition seized on, for the use of our English. Also many other remarkable passages, concerning the heroick actions of the Earl of Ormond, Sir Charles Coot, Sir Christopher Loftus, Captain Marro, and the Protestant army in the neweries. Whereunto is annexed, another remarkable passage; concerning Oneal late prisoner in the Tower.
|Main Creator:||Daniell, Benjamin.|
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[London] : May. 17. London printed for F. Rogers, 1642.
Signed: Benjamin Daniell. Dublin the 12. May 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), D200
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