Very sad and bloody nevves from Ireland :
of the losse of Bunratty in Munster, and Roscmon in Connaught. Where the rebels put to the sword, Sir Charles Coot his brother, L. Colonel Mac-Adams, and many gallant Englishmen, and the particulas [sic] thereof. As also, letters from the officers of the Scottish army, and their desires to the Committee of both Kingdomes. These are examined, and printed and published according to order of Parliament.
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London : printed by Jane Coe, 1646.
Consists of two letters, the second of which is signed at end: R.S.
NLI copy has " Roscomon" in line 6 of title. (Note that ESTC has " Roscmon").
A news-letter, signed R.S.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S140