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Title: An exceeding true relation, of a renowned victory obtained against the rebels on the 2. of May. 1642. On the north side of Tredarth.: By the discreet councell, and heroicke courage of Captaine Stutfield, and Captaine Bartlet. Who with a very small number of men slew almost sixe thousand rebels. Being the copie of a letter sent to Mr. Dudley Ratcliffe, citizen, jnhabitant at Tower-hill. Whereunto is added, the copie of another letter sent to a gentleman of worth in London, and read in the House of Commons. Jt is ordered, that this be forthwith printed Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Author:  Benningfield, W.
Publication Info: London : Printed for John Reynor, 1642.
subjects: [Ireland -- History] [Bartlet, -- Captain] [Stutfield, -- Captain]
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Title: The newest proceedings in Ireland: being a true discovery of a famous victory obtained against the rebels by the Vice-President of Munster, where the great Oneale was put to flight, and forced to put himselfe into the habit of a common souldier, to save himselfe from the fury of the English. Also true information from the ships which ride before Galway, wherein is manifested a true relation how certain ships from Spaine laden with ammunition, made an attempt to land, but were pursued by the said ships, and forced to strike into a small creek, where they stuck fast, and were taken by the English. Likewise the true proceedings of the Scotish forces in the north parts of Ireland. With a true information that many of the Irish commanders have left their service in Ireland, and are come for England: namely, the Lord Grendison, Captain Bartlet, and Captain Gibson, with many others: also how the officers now resident in Ireland have all this summer been backward to oppose the rebels, pretending that they are commanded so to do. Being the copie of a letter sent to J. R. a merchant in Bishops Gate Street, and now published to prevent false copies.
Publication Info: [London] : Printed for Th. Cooke, October 3. 1642.
Series: Early English books online text creation partnership. Navigations series.
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