Gods providence to the distressed Protestants in Ireland, or, The last proceedings in the province of Munster :
attested by two letters sent from Robert Pickering clerke unto Sir Symon Harcourt, Sergeant Major of all the horse there arrived. The one dated at Tologh, Ian. 20. the other at Youghall, Ian. 23. 1641· Wherein is truely related in what manner Youghall was taken by the rebels, Barry, O Donnell Swillian, and Sir Patrick Roach, and also in what distresse the Earle of Corke was in. And how Youghall was taken againe three dayes after from the rebels, by Rich. Viscount Dungarvall, and the Earles of Barrimore and Kildare, and others of my Lord of Corkes tenants, to the number of 7000. my Lord of Corke, happily relieved, Sir Patricke Roach slaine, with 900. with him, Barry the rebell taken, hanged and quartered, his head set upon the castle gate, and quarters in other parts of the town, by the last post the 2. of February, 1641.
|Main Creator:||Pickering, Robert, 17th cent.|
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London : Printed for Iohn Thomas, 1641 [i.e. 1642]
Title and imprint year dates given according to Lady Day dating.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), P2151