More brave, and good nevves from Ireland. :
Being a true relation [signed A. Turner] of the victorious battell, fought by Collonel Lesly, and four regiments of English, against 7000. of the rebels neer to the city of Cork. Mar. 2. wherein the Earl of Mackair, and a Spanish collonel were taken prisoners, and 1500. of them slain of our party Sir Thomas Loppinger, and 200 of his regiment, were slain. Also another famous battell fought by Col. Douglas and his forces, against the L. Deloms regiments, neer the city of Yoghall, Mar. 1. with the number that were slain on each side. Likewise the confession of four popish priests at Duhlin [sic], Febr. 28. With a relation how a Spanish ship was taken by a Bristoll ship, being bound for Ireland, with the names of the commanders, having many letters about them, concerning the principall affairs of both kingdomes, England and Ireland.
|Main Creator:||Turner, Ambrose.|
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London : printed for John Tompson, 1641.
Signed on A3v: Ambrose Turner.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T3268A
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