Aprill the 15. 1642. A glorious victory, obtained by S. Henry Tichbourne, and Captaine Marroe over the rebels, at a place called Dundalke neere Dublin;
with the number of men slaine and taken prisoners in that skirmish. Amongst the rest Sir Philome O Neale, narrowly escaping fled to Newry, whither Sir Henry with a new supply of 600. soldiers is now gone. Also how the Lord MacGuere was examined, and three of his footmen hanged. With many other very remarkable passages, brought over by the last post. With an order of the House of Commons, concerning the free offer of 6000. li. of the county of Buckingham, towards the reliefe of Ireland. Ordered forthwith to be printed. H. Elsinge, Cleric Parli. Com.
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Printed at London : for John Wright, 1642.
Chiefly concerns the military action of 26 March 1642.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), G869
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