May the 14. 1642. A true relation of the chiefe passages in Ireland, from the 25th of April to this present. :
As the retaking of the Newry from the rebels, by the Lord Conway, and Munroe the Scotch commander. Likewise the taking of the towne and castle of Carlingford, by a ship that came from Knockfergus, with ten or twelve of the chiefe commanders. Also the taking of Narrow-Water Castle, in which were found the old Countesse of Evagh, daughter of the old arch rebel Hugh, Earle of Tyrone, Sir Edward Trever, Sir Charles Poynes, Captaine Henry Smith, and divers others. With divers other passages of note, which for want of roome we cannot here specifie. By T.A. and P.G.
|Main Creator:||T. A.|
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London : printed for Ed. Blackmore, at the Angel in Pauls Church-yard, 1642.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A35
Citations/References: References: Wing A35
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