An account of the nature, situation, natural strength, and antient, and modern fortifications, of the several cities and garrison-towns in Ireland; that are still possessed by the forces of the late King James :
their distances from Dublin, and each from the other: with the several approaches by which they may be attack't. Also, a scenographical discription [sic] of the famous river Shannon, on which stands those two strong places, Limmerick [sic] and Athlone: the former of which is besieged by His Majesty in person, the latter by Lieutenant General Douglass. By an Irish officer, who served in the army under the late Duke of Ormond. Licensed, James Fraser.
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London : Printed for W. Bonny, and R. Hayhurst in Pellican Court in Little-Britain, 1690.
With MS. notes.
Physical description: 8 p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), A332
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