A gallant victory obtained by the Lord Inchiqueen against the rebels; at Capogh-Queen in Ireland. :
Which garison is taken from the rebels, that was kept by 120 officers and souldiers; 4 peece of ordnance taken, 150 armes, 3 barrels of powder, 50 horse, and good store of ammunition and provisions. Also, sad newes from Dublin: where the rebels with Preston, have taken the strong castle of Caterlagh, 3 peece of ordnance, 100 arms, and 160 officers and souldiers; men, women, and children, forced to Dublin for relief. With the votes of the rebels at their councell of warre, concerning their further designes against Dublin ... /
[signed Francis Moore].
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London : Printed for W.S., 1647.
Consists of a letter dated and signed: Dublin the 7. of May, 1647. Francis Moore; and "The votes of the councell of warre".
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), M2541
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