Lamentable nevves from Ireland
being, a true, perfect, and exact relation of the landing of 10000. men in that kingdom, who are rumor'd to be under the command of the Lord George Digby who hath joyn'd himself to the rebels, who in their march toward Dublin, have fir'd two towns Racool and Sword, put both man, woman, and child to the sword. Also the sending forth of forces under Sir Thomas Moor to oppose the rebels proceeding, his happy fight, and joyfull victory, wherby their bloody proceedings were prohibited. Also a strange apparition of two stars, which all the time during the skirmish, appeared in a most glorious manner over the Protestant army.
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London : printed for I. G. Smith and A. Coe, 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), L276
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