Good newes from Ireland℗· :
Being a true and exact relation of two great victories obtained against the rebels there: the one by Sir Charles Vavasour, who with lesse then 500. men hath raised the siege of Kelly, and Barry, taken 12. of the chief commauders [sic] of the rebels, and brought them in chaines to Dnblin [sic], and took from them 1000. cowes, and 700. sheep besides other cattell, doing also great spoil by fire. The other by Captain Bartlet, who took 40. Irish commanbers [sic], with great store of ammunition, and carried them prisoners to Barranakilly; and how the great Oneale is wounded, and not like to escape. Sent in a letter from Captaine Courtney at Dublin, to M. Snow, one of the adventurers for Ireland. Dated Novemb. 10. 1642. Also an order made by both Houses of Parliament, prohibiting the aiding and relieving of the rebels in Ireland.
|Main Creator:||Courtney, Thomas, 17th cent.|
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London : Novemb. 21. Printed for T. Wright, 1642.
Page 6 includes: "An order made by both Houses of Parliament, forbidding the aiding and relieving of the rebels in Ireland", and is signed Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
A variant has a colon following "Ireland" in line 3 of title in place of a raised period.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C6611
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