Very good nevves from Ireland. :
Of three great victories obtained against the rebels. I. By the Lord Inchequin, who hath taken 200 horse 60 prisoners, his lordships own brother, 3000 cows, 8000 sheep, and 100 armes. II. By Sir Charles Coote, who kild 300 upon the place, took 200 prisoners, and much prey. III. By Major Generall Jones, who hath taken 8000 cattle, and five garrisons from the rebels, with much provisions : [in a letter signed Will. More, Dublin the 1 of Sep. 1647] : Also papers concerning the remonstrance of the Lord Inchequins officers : [letter signed Miles Smyth, Corke the 1 of Sep. 1647].
|Main Creator:||More, William, 17th cent.|
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London : printed for V,V. and are to be sold at the Exchange, anno Dom. MDCXLVII. 
Irish tracts, 17th century.
Consists of two letters and several lists; the first letter is dated and signed: Dublin the 1. of Sep. 1647. Will. More; the second letter is dated and signed: Corke the 1. of Sep. 1647. Miles Smyth.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), M2694A
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