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Author: R. L.
Title: The taking of VVexford: a letter from an eminent officer in the Army, under the command of the Lord Leiutenant of Ireland relateing the number put to the sword, and the manner of the taking the said town, with 71 peices of ordnance, 40 ships, 1300 prisoners, with store of arms, ammunition, mony, plate and jewells, and the advance of the Lord Leiutenants army to Rosse. And the engagement between Colonell Monroe and Colonell Oconelly, who was slain in the service.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The taking of VVexford: a letter from an eminent officer in the Army, under the command of the Lord Leiutenant of Ireland relateing the number put to the sword, and the manner of the taking the said town, with 71 peices of ordnance, 40 ships, 1300 prisoners, with store of arms, ammunition, mony, plate and jewells, and the advance of the Lord Leiutenants army to Rosse. And the engagement between Colonell Monroe and Colonell Oconelly, who was slain in the service.
R. L., Lawrence, Richard, attributed name. d. 1684,

London: Printed for Francis Leach, 1649.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
Wexford (Ireland) -- History
Cromwell, Oliver, -- 1599-1658
Ormonde, James Butler, -- Duke of, -- 1614-1688
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien, -- Earl of, -- 1614-1674
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88778.0001.001

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The Taking of VVexford, a Letter from an emminent Officer in the Army under the com∣mand of the Lord Leiutenant of IRELAND
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