A most exact relation of a great victory, obtained by the poor Protestants in Ireland :
under the command of the Lords Inchequeen, and Kinealmekie, and Sir Charles Vavasour, against the rebells. Also severall depositions [of William Lake] taken before the maior of Kinsale, concerning ships, men, and ammunition, sent to the rebels from France and Spain. Sent from the maior of Kinsale, to a brother of his a merchant in London. Presented to the high Court of Parliament, and commanded to be forthwith printed ... [signed Tristram Whetcomb].
|Main Creator:||Whetcombe, Tristram.|
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[London] : Octob. 3. London, printed for Joseph Hunscott, 1642.
Includes "Depositions of William Lake, Master of the Hope-well of Foye, burden 60 tuns, taken before Tristram Whetcombe, Maior of Kinsale, upon oath, Sept. 6. 1642" (caption title), p. 12-16.
Physical description: 16 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W1637