APA Citation

Norton, A., & Early English Books Online. (1641). The last good newes from Ireland. Or, The copy of a letter sent from one Mr. Andrew Norton in Dublin, to Sir Andrew Norton of Namptwich in Cheshire: And a Member of the House of Commons March 5th. 1641. Being a relation of another victory obtained by the Lord of Corkes and Sir Symon Harcourts forces neere Dublin, against the rebels, under the command of the Earle of Osmond, Captaine Butler, and Captaine Atkinson, lately revolted to the rebels, where 2000. of them were slaine, and 200 brought prisoners into Dublin. March 6th. 1641. London: printed for John Thomas.

MLA Citation

Norton, Andrew, and Early English Books Online. The Last Good Newes From Ireland. Or, The Copy of a Letter Sent From One Mr. Andrew Norton in Dublin, to Sir Andrew Norton of Namptwich in Cheshire: And a Member of the House of Commons March 5th. 1641. Being a Relation of Another Victory Obtained By the Lord of Corkes and Sir Symon Harcourts Forces Neere Dublin, against the Rebels, Under the Command of the Earle of Osmond, Captaine Butler, and Captaine Atkinson, Lately Revolted to the Rebels, Where 2000. of Them Were Slaine, and 200 Brought Prisoners Into Dublin. March 6th. 1641. London: printed for John Thomas, 1641.

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