A perfect diurnall, or the proceedings of the adventurers forces , since their arrivall in thekingdome [sic] of Ireland. :
VVherein is contained these following particulars. 1. How they were entertained at Bandon-Bridge. 2. How they marched from thence to Clankilly, where they slew man, woman and child, ... 3. How the three companies were betrayed to Makarte, a great rebel, where Captaine Weldin, and 70. of his men were slaine. 4. How the other forces fell upon the rebels, ... 5. How Captaine Cleakre sayled to Baltinmore, and put up French colours proffering to sell them pwoder for twelve spece a pound, ... 6. How they have besiedged Gallway. 7. How the rebels in that city, offer to send 12. hostages to London, and to deliver up the towne for the English to keepe garrison in.
|Main Creator:||Clifton, Richard.|
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London : printed for J. H[ammond?] and R. Powne, Nov. 21. 1642.
Printer's name from Wing CD-ROM, 1996.
Signed Richard Clifton.
Physical description:  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P1488A