An impartial journal of all the transactions, of their Majesties forces, and those of the Irish rebels,
both regular troops, & rapparees in this last winters campaign, in Ireland: beginning from the 14th. of Novemb. 1690/1, (immediately after the taking of Cork, and the two forts of Kinsale,) the time of the royal army's going into quarters; and ending with the army's taking the field at Ballimore, June 1691. To which is added, an exact list of all the Irish rebels, that have been kill'd, or taken prisoners in each action; with the names of the English officers that commanded, the day when, and place where each action was perform'd. Licens'd, James Fraiser.
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[London] : Dublin, printed by Andrew Crook, printer to their Majesties: and reprinted at London, 1691.
Identified as Wing I86A on UMI microfilm "Early English books, 1641-1700".
Running title reads: A perfect journal of the last winters campaign.
Physical description: , 56 p. ; 8⁰.
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