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Author: Richard, Thomas, Merchant in Dublin.
Title: The warlike, noble, and prosperous proceedings of the Protestant army, in Ireland.: Being the true copy of a letter, sent from Mr. Thomas Richard marchant in Dublin: to Mr. Thomas Andrewes grocer without Newgate, in the parish of St. Sepulchres. Brought over by the last post Apr. 30. 1642. Wherein amongst divers others is related, a very memorable victory obtained by the English, wherein 1800 of the rebels were hanged, and slaine, 16. of their colours taken, and 800 armes, with the names of three chiefe commanders of the rebells, kild at the same time whose heads by proclamation, were vallued at 400 l a peece. Also how 3500 Scots and English, are lately landed in Ireland with 2000 armes, besides 700 horse. April, 19. Also an order by the house of Commons, for the releife of those voluntiers that doe, or shall serve in the Irish warre. Hen, Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The warlike, noble, and prosperous proceedings of the Protestant army, in Ireland.: Being the true copy of a letter, sent from Mr. Thomas Richard marchant in Dublin: to Mr. Thomas Andrewes grocer without Newgate, in the parish of St. Sepulchres. Brought over by the last post Apr. 30. 1642. Wherein amongst divers others is related, a very memorable victory obtained by the English, wherein 1800 of the rebels were hanged, and slaine, 16. of their colours taken, and 800 armes, with the names of three chiefe commanders of the rebells, kild at the same time whose heads by proclamation, were vallued at 400 l a peece. Also how 3500 Scots and English, are lately landed in Ireland with 2000 armes, besides 700 horse. April, 19. Also an order by the house of Commons, for the releife of those voluntiers that doe, or shall serve in the Irish warre. Hen, Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Richard, Thomas, Merchant in Dublin., England and Wales. Parliament.

London: Printed for Iohn Wright, in the Old-Baly, 1642.
Subject terms:
Protestants -- Ireland
Ireland -- History
Andrewes, Thomas
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91778.0001.001

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Dublin the 19th of April. 1642.