Victorious nevves from Ireland. :
Being an exact relation of the routing a great army of the rebels under the command of General Roe-O Neal and the Lord Digby, by the renowned and victorious Lord Inchiquin; as they were going towards the north, to hinder and oppose the joyning of the English forces with Sir Charles Coot. Also the conquering of a province which were posessed by the rebels. And Prince Ruperts advancing towards Ireland, with an army from France. Printed and published for the satisfaction of the kingdom of England.
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London : printed for William Smith, 1646.
Physical description: , 1,  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), V345