The best and truest newes from Ireland being a true relation of divers defeats and great overthrowes given to the rebels, by the Earl of Ormond, Lieutenant Generall of his Majesties forces in the kingdome of Ireland :
Relating the renowned, happie, and victorious proceedings of the Protestant forces both horse and foot, against the rebels, from the second of April till this present, 1642. Being the first addition, never published in print before. Wherein is shewed the infinite mercy and protection of God, in his wonderfull assistance unto the Protestant forces, encouraging their proceedings with victorious successe, in the overthrow of their enemies. With the number of the men that were slain on both sides, and the strength of each army. Being the perfect copie of a letter, sent to M. Richard Davis, living in Alderman-berry marchant; from a brother of his Mr. Richard Puttock, minister unto the Protestant army in Ireland, and an ey-witnesse of every particular passage and occurrence. Brought over by the last post. And now published by authority. May the 5. 1642.
|Main Creator:||[Puttock, Richard].|
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London : printed for Andrew Coe, 
Imprint date from Wing CD-ROM, 1996.
Blackletter, except the Declaration. See "Good and true newes from Ireland being the copy of a letter sent from Mr. Rodger Buttock," 1642, evidently the same man.
With: A declaration from both houses of Parliament, April 26 : [for the better passage of letters, etc. between Hull and the Parliament].
Physical description:  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P4250A