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3 edition of March 21th, 1641. A continuation of the good newes from Ireland. Manifested by two severall letters sent from Mr. Metcalfe to Mr. Nowell Bassano of the Custome-house in London. The one dated at Dublin, March 14. The other at Tredarth, March 15. 1641. Being a true relation of the good and prosperous successe and proceedings of the English forces, under the command of Sir Symon Harcourt, Sir Charles Coote, Sir Richard Greenvill and others, against the bloody rebels in Ireland. From the last of February, to this present found in the catalog.

March 21th, 1641. A continuation of the good newes from Ireland. Manifested by two severall letters sent from Mr. Metcalfe to Mr. Nowell Bassano of the Custome-house in London. The one dated at Dublin, March 14. The other at Tredarth, March 15. 1641. Being a true relation of the good and prosperous successe and proceedings of the English forces, under the command of Sir Symon Harcourt, Sir Charles Coote, Sir Richard Greenvill and others, against the bloody rebels in Ireland. From the last of February, to this present

Metcalfe Mr

March 21th, 1641. A continuation of the good newes from Ireland. Manifested by two severall letters sent from Mr. Metcalfe to Mr. Nowell Bassano of the Custome-house in London. The one dated at Dublin, March 14. The other at Tredarth, March 15. 1641. Being a true relation of the good and prosperous successe and proceedings of the English forces, under the command of Sir Symon Harcourt, Sir Charles Coote, Sir Richard Greenvill and others, against the bloody rebels in Ireland. From the last of February, to this present

by Metcalfe Mr

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Published by printed for John Thomas in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1641 -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesContinuation of the good newes from Ireland
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1855:12
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8] p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15417224M


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March 21th, 1641. A continuation of the good newes from Ireland. Manifested by two severall letters sent from Mr. Metcalfe to Mr. Nowell Bassano of the Custome-house in London. The one dated at Dublin, March 14. The other at Tredarth, March 15. 1641. Being a true relation of the good and prosperous successe and proceedings of the English forces, under the command of Sir Symon Harcourt, Sir Charles Coote, Sir Richard Greenvill and others, against the bloody rebels in Ireland. From the last of February, to this present by Metcalfe Mr Download PDF EPUB FB2