Exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland· Or, A true relation of a great and happy victorie, obtained by Colonell David Douglasse and Sir Iames Carr, two Scottish commanders, with the helpe of the Scots planted in the North of Ireland, against the arch-rebels Philemy Oneale, the Earle of Delvin, and Sir Denis Butler. :
Where there was 6. or 7000 of the rebels slaine upon the place, 4000 armes taken from them, and 4. field-pieces. Within 9. Irish myles of Knockfergus, February, 16. 1641. Written from Dublin, Febr. 18, by Tho. Lancton, secretarie unto Sir Charles Coote, and received by the last post, Febr. 23. 1641.
|Main Creator:||Lancton, Thomas.|
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London : printed by T[homas].F[awcet]. for J. Thomas, 1641.
Printer's name from Wing CD.
Caption title on A2r: Joyfull newes from Ireland.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), L318
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