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Author: Mason, Robert, 17th cent.
Title: The English and Scottish Protestants happy tryumph over the rebels in Jreland.: Declaring the prosperity of the Protestant party, and the disastrous proceedings of the adverse Irish rebellion. Jn [sic] the besiege of Wicklow. The Earle of Kildare and the Lord Thomond. Slew Sergeant Major Bromlus. Captaine Thosby. Captaine Lothon. The Lord Plunket wounded in the left legg. Jn the siege of Colerane. The Earle of Baremore the Lord Brabeston, and E. of Eastmeath. Slew the Lord Freeman and 1300 more rebels. The L. Scane being taken prisoner In the besiege of Kingsaile, the Earle of Fingale the Lord Donbengen. The Lord Astry. were overthrowne, By the Earle of Ormond. The Lord Pore Earle of Valentia. Earle of Kildare. Being sent in a letter from Robert Mason in Wicklow, to VVilliam Francis in London, and brought over by the last post on Wednesday last, being the 1. of Iune, 1642. Together with an order from both Houses of Parliament concerning my Lord Howard, and ordered to be printed. Iohn Browne, Cler. Parl.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The English and Scottish Protestants happy tryumph over the rebels in Jreland.: Declaring the prosperity of the Protestant party, and the disastrous proceedings of the adverse Irish rebellion. Jn [sic] the besiege of Wicklow. The Earle of Kildare and the Lord Thomond. Slew Sergeant Major Bromlus. Captaine Thosby. Captaine Lothon. The Lord Plunket wounded in the left legg. Jn the siege of Colerane. The Earle of Baremore the Lord Brabeston, and E. of Eastmeath. Slew the Lord Freeman and 1300 more rebels. The L. Scane being taken prisoner In the besiege of Kingsaile, the Earle of Fingale the Lord Donbengen. The Lord Astry. were overthrowne, By the Earle of Ormond. The Lord Pore Earle of Valentia. Earle of Kildare. Being sent in a letter from Robert Mason in Wicklow, to VVilliam Francis in London, and brought over by the last post on Wednesday last, being the 1. of Iune, 1642. Together with an order from both Houses of Parliament concerning my Lord Howard, and ordered to be printed. Iohn Browne, Cler. Parl.
Mason, Robert, 17th cent., England and Wales. Parliament.

London: Printed for J. Horton, 1642. June 4.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89644.0001.001

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The English and Scottish Tri∣umph over the Rebels in Ire¦land, being sent in a Letter from Rob. Mason of Wick¦low, to William Fran∣cis in London.
Parliamentary order