The protestation of the rebels in Ireland :
and how they were beaten at the Castle of Baltimore, and ten thousand of them slaine. With, a relation of a great battell fought betweene Captaine Nuse, a valiant souldier, and Tead-Rast the great rebel; who after a bloudy skirmish five thousand of the rebels appeared to be slaine, and he with the rest fled. And how Captaine Nuse is going to relieve the Castle of Baltimore. January, 15. 1642. And the commanders names taken out of Master Bradshawes letter.
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London : Printed for I.H., 1642.
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), P3870
Caption title on A2r: Relation of a great-battell fought between Captain Nuse, a valiant souldier, and Teak-Rash the great Rebel, who after a bloudy skirmish. 5000. of the rebels appeared to be slaine, and he with the rest fled
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