A famous battel fought by the Earle of Corke, the Earle of Ormond, and the Lord Moore against the rebels in Ireland. :
Wherein is shewed the braue valour of the Lord Moore, how he recovered Dublin from the besiege of the rebels, and by his policy undermined the ground, and laid 20. barrels of gun-powder in a vault, and killed 2000. of the rebels at that time. Also, a great and bloody battel betwixt the Earle of Ormond and Tyrone, and the number of men that were slaine. Whereunto is added the trecherous plots against Dublin, and how it hath bin defended, and is now very strongly fortified as also of the great guard that is daily set to defend London Derry, and of some plots lately intended against the same. With the relation of how some English forces are come upon the rebels and have slaine many of them.
|Main Creator:||Cork, Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of.|
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London : printed for John Greensmith, 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), F364
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