The last true intelligence from Ireland. :
Being a letter sent from Chester: dated the second of Aprill, 1642. from Mr. William Owen, to a friend of his in London. In which is related, the taking of Carreggmayne-Castle, seven miles south-east from Dubline, from the rebels, where Sir Simon Harcott was slaine, being shott from the castle in the side, with a shanker bullet, out of a long peeice. Also, Sergent Major Berry, is mortally vvounded in the flank.
|Main Creator:||Owen, William, 17th cent.|
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[London] : Printed by Tho: Paine, for John Sweeting, at the Angell in Popes head-Alley, 1642.
Imprint cut away.
Physical description: 8 p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), O833