Another great and bloudy fight in Ireland between the Princes forces and the Parliaments, at the strong and impregnable garrison of Droghedah :
with the particulars thereof, the number killed and taken prisoners, and the re-taking of the town with all the ordnance, armes and ammunition. Also, a great victory obtained by the Lord Inchiquin, against the rebellious army in that nation, upon their refusing to fight for Charles the second, with the manner of the said fight, and his routing and dispiersing 5000 horse and foot, commanded by Gen. Oneal ... [Incl. "The Scots Resolution touching their King." signed A. Ker.] Published according to order.
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London : Printed for G.W., Aug. 21. 1649.
Page 6 misnumbered 5.
Two letters, one from Bristol, Aug. 18, the other from the Hague, Aug. 9, 1649.
Physical description: , 5 [i.e. 6] p. ; small 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A3264