The happiest nevves from Ireland that ever came to England. Since their first rebellion. :
Being a true and ekact [sic] relation of a great overthrovv given by thc [sic] Earle of Clanrickards company, Decemb. 20. being 500. foot, and 100. horse, to the three great rebels, who rebelled lately, the Earle of Care, the great Lord Mackdavo, and the great Lord Donmadoffe wherein is set dovvne the number of the cities and tovvns, which they have taken since the rebellion. Also the bloody massacre which they have used to the Protestants in Clogham, three miles from the city of Carie with the Earle of Clanrickards speech to his souldiers, and the souldiers answer to the same.
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London : printed for Iohn Greensmith, 1641.
In line 7 of title, the word "since" is printed with a turned 'c'.
The words "The Earle ... Donmadoffe" are enclosed within brackets on title page.
Woodcut illus. on verso of t.p.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H665