The Truest, most happy, and joyfull nevves that ever came from Ireland :
being sent over in a letter, and read in the honourable House of Common, Februarie 29. 1641. Relating the renowned victory of the Protestant party, in repelling the rebels from Dublin, under the commands of the Earl of Ormond, Sir Charles Coot, and Sir Simon Harcourt. With the noble service of Captain Thomas Stenvile, near to the town of Trohedagh. As also, the apprehension of Mac Brian, Con Magenis at Care, Rory Magwire at the town of Clogham, and others who are principall conspirators, and actors in the rebellion. The three commanders afore-mentioned having (according to the late proclamation set forth by the Lord Justices of Dublin) six hundred pounds a man for the apprehension of those three rebels.
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[London] : Mar. 3. London. Printed for William Reynor, 1641. [i.e. 1642]
Years are given according to Lady Day dating.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T3135
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