The Worlds wonder, or, joyful newes from Scotland and Ireland. Comprized in the ensuing predictions, and monethly observations, for this present year, 1651. Foreshewing the great things that will come to passe in England, Ireland and Scotland, the several fights that will happen between the Lord Gen. Cromwel and the Scots, and the Lord Gen, Deputy Ireton, and the Irish; the event and success thereof, and what will befall the King of Scots, and Major Gen. Massey. A great victory to be obtained by the English, in the moneth of July, upon the eclipsing of the sun, as it was in Jermany, when the renouned King of Sweden, charging in the van against the emperour, with his sword in one hand, and his pistol in the other, in his buf-coat, was slain upon the place; with a description of the said fight, and the Kings speech to his souldiery, ... A great fight in Ireland, and the total routing of the enemy in Scotland, ... A great fight at sea by the Parliaments navy. ... joyful tydings for the London merchants, and exceeding good news for the countrey farmers, and citizens. Together, with a new prophesie of the Presbyterians, ... Extracted out of the original, licensed according to order.
Printed by John Clowes,
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