Two great fights in Ireland, on Sunday, Munday, Tuesday, & Wednesday last, between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Lieut. Cromwels, at the two strong garrisons of Tredah and Dundalke; shewing the manner how they four severall times sallyed out upon the Parl. forces beat up the guards, the manner of their repulie [sic], the number killed & taken prisoners, together with 6 pieces of ordnance, and great store of arms & ammunition. As also, the declaration of the great engineer Col. Ashton, to fight under the banner of loyalty, in preservation of the town of Tredah for Charles the II, and his new engine of warre for the cutting off both legs and arms of any that shall oppose him [Dated 'Tredah, Sept. 13, 1649.' Imprimature, J.T.].
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[London : s.n., 1649]
Place and date of publication from Wing.
Two cuts on title.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), T3448
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