The best and happiest tydings from Ireland. :
Being the joyfullest newes that ever came to England, since the first rebellion. Wherin is related the victorious proceeding of the Protestant army before Kildare, April 24. a battle of never dying memory. Shewing in a most true and exact relation, the invincible courage of Sir Charles Coot, the pearl of the world, and captain of all captains, as may appear by his heroicall fact before Kildare, April 24, 1462. manifesting to the world by that famous victory which he obtained over the rebels, with the number of the men that were slain in this battle. Likewise the names of three great commanders that were taken prisoners in this battle, and how one of them would have stob'd himself after he was taken. With many more remarkable passages from that kingdome. Brought over by the last post, April 30.
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Imprinted at London : for H. Bluron, 1642.
"A declaration from both Houses of Parliament", respecting the town of Hull, on p. 8.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), B2055