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Author: Yarner, Captain.
Title: Captaine Yarner's relation of the battaile fought at Kilrush upon the 15th day of Aprill by my Lord of Ormond who with 2500 foot and 500 horse overthrew the Lord Mountgarret's army consisting of 8000 foot and 400 horse all well armed and the choyce of eight counties : together with a relation of the proceedings of our army, from the second to the later end of Aprill 1642.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Captaine Yarner's relation of the battaile fought at Kilrush upon the 15th day of Aprill by my Lord of Ormond who with 2500 foot and 500 horse overthrew the Lord Mountgarret's army consisting of 8000 foot and 400 horse all well armed and the choyce of eight counties : together with a relation of the proceedings of our army, from the second to the later end of Aprill 1642.
Yarner, Captain.

London: Printed for F. Coules and G. Badger, 1642.
Notes:
At head of t.p.: May the 4th.
Illustrated t.p.
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Subject terms:
Ormonde, James Butler, -- Duke of, -- 1610-1688.
Mountgarret, Richard Butler, -- Viscount, -- 1578-1651.
Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1641.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67847.0001.001

Contents
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Captaine Yarner his Relation of the Battail fought at Kill-rush on the 15 Aprill, 1642.
A short Relation of the proceedings of our Army in their march through the Queenes County, to the reliefe of sundry Townes and Ca∣stles besieged by the Rebels.