Certain papers from Scotland :
of the last proceedings and transactions with the commissioners of the Parliament of England, and the convention of estates of Scotland sitting at Edenburgh. An exact narrative of the proceedings of Col: Jones in his late march from Dublin, Febr. 3. 1647. with a party of horse and foot into the county of Kildare: wherein notwithstanding the necessitous condition of the horse, the miserable nakedness of the foot, and the disconsolate condition of the officers, for want of bare means of livelihood, a true accompt is given of sixteen garisons taken from the rebels in one week; longer then which time, through miserable want, those forces could not keep abroad.
|Main Creator:||Parliament. Debates. Proceedings. Smaller collections.|
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London : printed for Laurence Chapman, March 1. 1647 [i.e. 1648]
Contains two unsigned letters, one from Edinburgh, dated 23 Feb. 1647 and one from Newcastle, dated 24 Feb. 1647, plus a report of the Irish expedition, dated 29 Feb. 1647, all dates given according to Lady Day dating.
The publication date is given according to Lady Day dating.
Physical description: 12 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C1721
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