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Author: Whetcombe, Tristram.
Title: A most exact relation of a great victory, obtained by the poor Protestants in Ireland,: under the command of the Lords Inchequeen, and Kinealmekie, and Sir Charles Vavasour, against the rebells. Also severall depositions taken before the maior of Kinsale, concerning ships, men, and ammunition, sent to the rebels from France and Spain. Sent from the maior of Kinsale, to a brother of his a merchant in London. Presented to the high court of Parliament, and commanded to be forthwith printed.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A most exact relation of a great victory, obtained by the poor Protestants in Ireland,: under the command of the Lords Inchequeen, and Kinealmekie, and Sir Charles Vavasour, against the rebells. Also severall depositions taken before the maior of Kinsale, concerning ships, men, and ammunition, sent to the rebels from France and Spain. Sent from the maior of Kinsale, to a brother of his a merchant in London. Presented to the high court of Parliament, and commanded to be forthwith printed.
Whetcombe, Tristram., England and Wales. Parliament.

[London]: Octob. 3. London, Printed for Joseph Hunscott, [Octob. 3.] 1642.
Subject terms:
Protestants -- Ireland
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96310.0001.001

Contents
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Kinsale the 16/29 of Septemb. 1642.
Depositions of William Lake, Master of the Hope-well of Foye, burden 60 Tuns, taken before Tristram Whercombe, Maior of Kin∣sale, upon Oath, Sept. 6. 1642.