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Author: Johnson, Stephen, Merchant.
Title: Exceeding good newes from the Neweries in Ireland.: Being, the true copie of a letter sent from Dublin the 20. of Aprill, 1642. To Sir William Adderton, now resident in London, from Mr. Stephen Iohnson merchant. Wherein is declared the victorious proceedings of the protestant army in the Neweries. Likewise the true discription of a famous victory obtained against 5000 of the rebels, by Sir Christopher Loftus on the 16. day of Aprill, where he slew almost 4000 of them, putting the rest to flight. Also a true relation, how and by what meanes Sir Charles Coote, Captaine Daniel Bartlet, and Sir Christopher Loftus, on the 18. day of Aprill, tooke a great castle where Philomy Oneale was quartered, and where great store of victuall and ammunition was found, to the great reliefe of our English army. With a true intelligence that there was that day 3000 more of the rebels slaine. Sent over by the last post, and now by intreaty printed for the comfort and consolation of all true hearted Protestants, that are well-willers to their brethren in Ireland.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Exceeding good newes from the Neweries in Ireland.: Being, the true copie of a letter sent from Dublin the 20. of Aprill, 1642. To Sir William Adderton, now resident in London, from Mr. Stephen Iohnson merchant. Wherein is declared the victorious proceedings of the protestant army in the Neweries. Likewise the true discription of a famous victory obtained against 5000 of the rebels, by Sir Christopher Loftus on the 16. day of Aprill, where he slew almost 4000 of them, putting the rest to flight. Also a true relation, how and by what meanes Sir Charles Coote, Captaine Daniel Bartlet, and Sir Christopher Loftus, on the 18. day of Aprill, tooke a great castle where Philomy Oneale was quartered, and where great store of victuall and ammunition was found, to the great reliefe of our English army. With a true intelligence that there was that day 3000 more of the rebels slaine. Sent over by the last post, and now by intreaty printed for the comfort and consolation of all true hearted Protestants, that are well-willers to their brethren in Ireland.
Johnson, Stephen, Merchant.

London: Printed by T.F. for I.H., 1642.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
Bartlet, Daniel, -- 17th cent.
Coote, Charles, -- Sir, -- d. 1642.
Loftus, Christopher, -- Sir.
O'Neill, Phelim, -- Sir, -- 1604?-1653.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87608.0001.001

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THE True Copie of a Let∣ter sent from DVBLIN. the 20. of Aprill, 1642. directed to Sir William Adderton resi∣dent in London, from a Mer∣chant in Dublin.