Exceeding good nevves from Ireland: : being a perfect relation of the late great overthrow given to the rebels, by the forces of Vlster, under the command of Col. Conoway, and Lieut. Col. Oconally: with the manner of their routing and defeating them in the counties of Cavon, Monakon, Louth, and Westmeath; taking 1200. cowes, 400. horse, 1000. sheep, with all their arms and ammunition. Also, their surprizing of all the magazine and provisions, that were prepared for Generall Preston, and Owen Macharts armies at the siege against Dublin. Together with the Lord Inchiquins taking the field with 5000. horse and foot. And the raising of the siege at Dublin. Certified by severall letters, Novemb. 13. 1646.
- London, : Printed for Richard Woodnoth, and are tobe [sic] sold at his shop at the signe of the Starre in Cornwall, 1646.
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