The last true newes from Ireland being the copie of a letter sent from Dublin, to a gentleman of good ranke, and now resident in this city. Wherein is declared many great overthrowes and defeates given to the rebels. Likewise the manner how a great castle called Carricke Mayne (within 6. myles of Dublin) was taken by the English, and the rebels put to death, man, woman, and child. Also a true intelligence that the rebels are beaten by Sir Henry Titchburne out of Dundalke.
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|Author / Contributor:||W. P.|
|Imprint:||London : printed for T.F., 1642.|
|Series:||Early English books online.