A great and glorious victory obtained by the Lord Inchequin, Lord President of Munster, over the Irish rebels, not far from the castle of Conmell, Septemb. the 6th. :
where were slain upon the place, foure collonels, foure lieutenant collonels, five majors, two thousand three hundred officers, gentlemen, and other souldiers. The Earle of Glamorgan taken and wounded. Twenty colours taken. Seven hundred prisoners. Ten carriages. A thousand muskets. Three thousand pistols and other armes. Foure hundred head of cattell. Two thousand sheep. One thousand serviceable horse. Five thousand horse and foot totally routed. Owen Oneale totally routed and fled. With a list of the names and particulars on both sides.
|Main Creator:||Tirrell, Henry.|
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[London] : Printed for V.V., in the year, 1647.
A letter, dated and signed on page 5: Sept. 7. Henry Tirell.
Place of publication from Wing.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), G1653
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