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Author: Aston, Thomas, Captain.
Title: July 22. 1642. A brief relation of the late passages that happened at His Majesties fort of Duncannon, in the county of Wexford in Leinster, since the 8 of June, 1642.: With the taking and burning the town and castle called Dunmore, being a place of shelter for the rebels, with divers other matters of note. Written by Captain Thomas Aston, imployed in that service under command of the Lord Esmond; and by him sent to a gentleman of good credit in London.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: July 22. 1642. A brief relation of the late passages that happened at His Majesties fort of Duncannon, in the county of Wexford in Leinster, since the 8 of June, 1642.: With the taking and burning the town and castle called Dunmore, being a place of shelter for the rebels, with divers other matters of note. Written by Captain Thomas Aston, imployed in that service under command of the Lord Esmond; and by him sent to a gentleman of good credit in London.
Aston, Thomas, Captain.

London: Printed for Ralph Rounthwait, [1642]
Subject terms:
Wexford (Ireland) -- History, Military
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75751.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Brief RELATION OF The late Passages that happened at His Majesties Fort OF DUNCANNON.
A continuance of the Passages that happened unto us at His Majesties Fort of Duncannon sithence the 8. of June, 1642.
June 13.
June 16.
June 19.
Iune 20.
Iune 27.
Iune 30.