True intelligence from Ireland, relating hovv the rebels stole away 300. horse by night out of the fields neere Dublin, and have taken the Earle of Kildares chiefe house. VVherein was 100. of our men, ten killed, and 90. escapt to Dublin. VVith the conviction of the Earle of Castle-haven for high treason. Sent by the last post to a friend in London, by a worthy gentleman.Get full text
An aproved ansvver to the partiall and unlikt of Lord Digbies speech to the bill of attainder of the Earle of Strafford. Which was first torne in pieces, and afterwards disgracefully burnt by the hang-man in Smithfield, Cheapside, Westminster, upon Fryday being the 15. day of July, 1641. Written by a worthy gentleman.
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An exact relation of foureteen dayes passages from Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight, and other parts. Wherein is contained the manner of the proceeding of the cavaliers, and their confederates the papists, against the Christian-Protestants. Sent in a letter from a worthy gentleman in that county, to his friend...
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A iournall of the most memorable passages in Ireland. Especially that victorious battell at Munster, beginning the 25. of August 1642. and continued. Wherein is related the siege of Ardmore Castle; together with a true and perfect description of the famous battell of Liscarroll. Written by a worthy gentleman...
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