A full and true account of the two great victories, lately obtained before Lymerick, by K. William's forces, over the French and Irish rebels. Which were commanded by D. Tryconnel, and General Lauson. :
With a particular relation of the killing seven hundred of the enemy, and the number of the prisoners taken: the flight of the rebels into the county of Clare. Their horrid burnings, and other cruelties. And the number of the rebels hang'd for the same, by the command of Lieutenant General Douglas. In a letter from a gentleman [P.W.], who was particularly concerned in the aforesaid action.
|Main Creator:||P. W., Gentleman who was particularly concerned in the aforesaid action.|
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[London] : Printed for G. Smith in Cornhil, 1690.
From Dublin, August 1690.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W88