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Author: Smith, Samuel, Waggon master.
Title: The last ioyfull newes from Ireland.: Wherein is related, a most famous and victorious battell between the Protestants and the rebels, at Kilrush in the county of Kildare: at which place the English with 3000 foot and horse, valiantly set upon the enemies, being 12000 in number, killed neere upon 600 of them, tooke abundance of armes and ammunition from them, and brought 3 heads of their chiefe commanders to Dublin. Whereunto is added a letter sent from the Right Honourable Earle of Ormond and Offory, to his much honoured uncle, Sir Robert Poyntz, shewing the true estate of the Kingdome of Ireland at this present, received June 21. 1642. Also an order of both Houses of Parliament, whereby Captaine Burrell, Thomas Lloyd, Gentleman, Iohn Smith, and Francis Dowet of London, gentleman, are appointed and approved of, to be commissaries to inroll and value the horse and armes, to be raised according to the propositions. Iohn Browne Cleric. Parliament.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The last ioyfull newes from Ireland.: Wherein is related, a most famous and victorious battell between the Protestants and the rebels, at Kilrush in the county of Kildare: at which place the English with 3000 foot and horse, valiantly set upon the enemies, being 12000 in number, killed neere upon 600 of them, tooke abundance of armes and ammunition from them, and brought 3 heads of their chiefe commanders to Dublin. Whereunto is added a letter sent from the Right Honourable Earle of Ormond and Offory, to his much honoured uncle, Sir Robert Poyntz, shewing the true estate of the Kingdome of Ireland at this present, received June 21. 1642. Also an order of both Houses of Parliament, whereby Captaine Burrell, Thomas Lloyd, Gentleman, Iohn Smith, and Francis Dowet of London, gentleman, are appointed and approved of, to be commissaries to inroll and value the horse and armes, to be raised according to the propositions. Iohn Browne Cleric. Parliament.
Smith, Samuel, Waggon master., Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of, 1610-1688.

London: Printed for Iohn Wright, 1642.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93408.0001.001

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title page
letter
A Letter sent out of Ireland, from the Right Honourable the Earle of Ormond and Ossory, to his much Honoured Uncle, Sir Robert Poyntz,
Parliamentary order
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