More true and exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland, or, The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in the Neweries, and in the north parts of Ireland, from the 11. of Aprill, to this present. 1642. :
Shewing, in a most true, and reall relation, the manner of three glorious and renowned battels, fought by these worthy pillars of the Protestant religion; following. The first, by the Lord President of Munster, in the north parts of Ireland, neere Donne, Aprill the 11. 1642. The second, by these two worthy commanders of our army, Sir Richard Greenvill and Sir Charles Coote, in the Neweries, Aprill, the 13. 1642. The third, by the noble and heroick champion, Captaine Marro, Aprill 14. Lately set forth out of Holborne, London, with 100. men. Brought over by the last post, Aprill 18. 1642. Likewise, the copie of a letter [signed R.H.] sent from Ireland, to a worthy gentleman in London, and read in the Honourable House of Commons. It is ordered, that this be forthwith printed. Hen. Elsynge, Cleric. Parl. D. Com.
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London : printed for I. H., 1642.
"Very good news from Ireland" p. 7 signed R. H.
T.-p. cropped and part of title worn.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), M2716
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