An account of K. Williams royal-march towards the city of Dublin. And of his gaining of a great pass between Newry and Dundalk. As also of King James's, D. of Berwick's, and Tyrconnel's running from , and quitting of that place. With a particular relation of the late King's bleeding at the nose; and the great confusion that the French and Irish were at, thereupon. In a letter from Chester, June the 30th. 1690.
|Imprint:||London : Printed for T. Clarke, near Smithfield, 1690.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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