A great victorie against the rebels in Ireland neere Trim, on May 24, 1647. :
With the particulars therof, the Earle of Westmeath and 220 officers and souldiers slaine, and 600 horse and foot routed, by Col. Fenwicks forces that went lately from England, and the names of the officers slaine and wounded on our side. And how Sir Henry Tichburn, and Sir T. Armstrong took 1500. cowes, and 2000. sheepe. And the great successe of the English that marched out of Dublin, from the Marquesse of Ormond against the rebels. Published the 2. of Iune, 1647.
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Londo n [i.e. London] : Printed by B.A., Iune 3. 1647.
Attributed to John Fenwicke, though where he is referred to it is in the third person; one letter is signed: Ma: Coate.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), F721A
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