A full relation of the late expedition of the Right Honourable, the Lord Monroe, Major-generall of all the Protestant forces in the province of Vulster [sic].
With their severall marches and skimishes with the bloody Irish rebels, and what towns and castles they have taken. And the number of horse and foot on both sides. Also, two declarations, and an oath of confederacy, whereby they bind themselves utterly to ruine and destroy the Protestants in that kingdome. And a letter from the Lord Digby, His Majesties secretary, of great concernment; sent to the Dutchesse of Buckingham: which was intercepted. Published by authority.
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London : printed for J. Wright in the Old-baily, August 27. 1644.
The account of Monroe's expedition covers the period 27 June to 15 July 1644.
Physical description: , 14 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), F2363
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