A most certain and true relation of the severall victories and overthrows given to the rebels in Ireland :
by the Lord Ravellogh [i.e. Ranelagh?], and the Lord Conway, Sir Charles Coote, and his sonne, and Sir Henry Titchborne, with many worthy commanders, sent in two severall letters, to two worthy persons from Dublin, the 11. of May. 1641. [O.S.] As also the certain death of Sir Charles Coote, and the manner thereof. And now the seventeenth of May, commanded to be printed and published.
|Main Creator:||Hiobey, William.|
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London : printed for Ioseph Hunscott, 1642.
Page 6 repeated in numbering.
The second letter, from Dublin, 8th May, 1642, is subscribed William Hiobey. The relation in the first letter is also contained in "A remonstrance of divers remarkable passages ... extract of a letter, sent out of Dublin from Doctor Arnold Boat," 1642.
The second letter is signed at end: William Hiobey.
Physical description: 8 p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H2068A
Caption title: From Dublin the eighth of May. 1642