A true and good relation of the valliant exploits, and victorious enterprises of Sir Simon Harcourt, and Sir Charles Coote : with their valliant overthrow, of at least 5000. rebels, with the burning of three townes, where the rebels lay incamped neare Dublin. And also the relief of Tragidaugh, and other particulars related in a letter, dated Jan. 20. 1641. from Mr. Chappell of Dublin, to his friend, a draper in London, and brought by the last post, Ian. 25. Whereunto is added another relation concerning (these particulars) the taking of the towne, and castle of Enishannon from the rebels, by Sir Simon Harcourt, and Sir Thomas Temple, with a notable victory over the rebell Mac-Carty at Enishannon Foord: Mac-Con the rebels attempt upon the towne of Bandon Bridge, and their happy defeate by Sir Richard Grinfield.

Chappell, Mr. (Richard)
London : printed for F. Coules, and W. Ley at Paules Chain, 1641.[id est 1642]
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A letter sent from Mr. Chappell out of Ireland, to a friend of his in London.
Harcourt, Simon, Sir, 1603?-1642 -- Early works to 1800.
Coote, Charles, Sir, -1642 -- Early works to 1800.
MacCarty, Dominick -- Early works to 1800.
Grenville, Richard, Sir, 1600-1658 -- Early works to 1800.
Local subjects:
Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1641 -- Early works to 1800. (search)
In this edition, the ninth line begins "The Relief of Tragidaugh, ...".
Imperfect: has print show-through and lacks all after pages 1.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 21244:39) s1999 miun s
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