Good and bad newes from Ireland. :
Containing, 1. A true and perfect relation of the manner of the taking of the fort and castle of Limerike, who hath beene besieged since a week before Easter, till the yielding of the same, which was the 23. of Iune. 1642. 2. The manner how, and upon what condition they yielded it. 3. Likewise good newes from other parts of the province of Munster, relating the two particular overthrowes given to the rebells, by the English forces in those parts. 4. Together with the death of Sir William St. Leger, Lord President of Munster, who dyed this moneth of June, and was buried on Friday was a fortnight, to the great griefe and sorrow of all the English in those parts. Which relation was read publikely in the honourable House of Commons.
|Main Creator:||Gibbes, James.|
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London : printed this 13th of Iuly, 1642. for Francis Coles, 
Physical description:  p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), G1034