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Author: Stuteville, Thomas.
Title: A true relation of every remarkable circumstance in relieving of Tredagh, by Captaine Thomas Steutevile.: Also the copy of Sir Phelome Oneal's commission, for the establishing of Colonell Richard Plunket Lievetenant [sic] Generall of Lempster, and Vlster. Together, with the distresse of the whole kingdome, and other passages of note.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true relation of every remarkable circumstance in relieving of Tredagh, by Captaine Thomas Steutevile.: Also the copy of Sir Phelome Oneal's commission, for the establishing of Colonell Richard Plunket Lievetenant [sic] Generall of Lempster, and Vlster. Together, with the distresse of the whole kingdome, and other passages of note.
Stuteville, Thomas.

[London]: Printed by J. R. for C. M., 1642.
Subject terms:
Ireland -- History
O'Neill, Phelim, -- Sir, -- 1604?-1653
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95171.0001.001

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A true Relation of those passages which happened unto Captain Thomas Steutevile, unto the Town of Droghedagh, else Tredagh; from the ninth of January, un∣to Wednesday, the 19th day of the same; together with his releeving the Town.
THE Copy of Sir Phelome O-Neal, Kt, his Commission for establishing Colonell Richard Pluncket his Lievtenant Ge∣nerall of Lempster and Ʋlster.
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