Very sad newes from Ireland :
two strong garrisons taken from [or rather by] the rebels: Mariborough Fort, and the Castle of Athlone. A thovsand Protestants, men women and children, at the mercy of the bloody rebels. Besides the losse of the Lord Dillon, Viscount Castlelon, Sir William Gilburt and his son, 4. ministers, and divers officers. With lists of their names, and particulars of the losses in either of the garisons, and the names of the chief rebels, and their places. A remonstrance of the Protestant clergy in Ireland, and the fortifying of Dublin by the Marquesse of Ormond. October 25. 1646. These papers concerning Ireland are printed and published according to order.
|Main Creator:||N. T.|
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London : Printed for N.S., anno Domini 1646.
Consists of three items, the first of which is a letter signed on page 3: N.T.
This account is the same as that by "N.T." in "Papers from Ireland, of the Marquess of Ormonds coming in to the Parliament," 1646, and the List of the names etc., is also identical with that in that pamphlet.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T41