The Irish Occurrences. Comfortable nevves from Ireland,
of the brave valour and policie of vvarre by the Lord Jones, and the Lord Diboney, who fought the greatest battell, with the rebels; and gave them the greatest overthrow, as the like hath not been in Ireland, this hundred yeers and more. In which skirmish there were six and twentie thousand of the rebels slain, and three of their chief commanders taken prisoners. And now there is great hope (if the English and Scottish forces hasten to help them) that they will be easily subdued, and that kingdome setled. Brought hither, January 8. 1642.
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London : printed for R. H., 1642.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), I1041
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