The last and truest intelligence from Ireland :
being a true relation of the taking of a castle from the rebels, called the Castle of the Knights of the Elms, on the river of Limbrick, by the souldiers of the English fleet, who took in the castle 1000. bushels of wheat, 4000. weight of butter, with great store of barley, malt, and salted beefe, Septemb. 28. Also the taking of a French ship on the river of Limbrick which brought ammunition and other provision from S. Mallos to assist the rebels, wherein the English fleet took 120. barrels of powder, ammunition for 500. men, 35. butts of sack, with great store of salt. Set forth in the true copie of a letter sent to M. Barnet pewterer, in Fanchurch Street Lon. from M. Owen Cox master of one of the ships for the Irish expedition called the Arkelles. Dated, Septemb. 29.
|Main Creator:||Cox, Owen.|
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[London] : Printed for A. Wildgoose, October 17. 1642.
Place of publication from Wing.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C6709
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