A RELATION OF The Surrender of LIMERICK.
Published by Authority.

THis Evening arrived here Monsieur de Medac, being sent to the Queen by his Father, the Baron de Ginkle, General of Their Ma­jesties Forces in Ireland, with the welcome News of the actual Surrender of Limericke. The Articles of Capitulation were final­ly agreed on, and Signed on the 3d of this Month, and in pursuance of them, a Gate was delivered up that Evening, it being too late then to march into the Town, which might have occasioned some Confusion; and on the 4th the whole Irish Town was Surrendred, the Lord Cutts marching in with 7 Regiments of Foot. The Articles are in two Parts; those that relate to Civil Affairs are Signed by the Lords Justices, the General, and the persons deputed by the Gari­son, and the other, which relates to the Military, by the Generals on both sides. The French and Irish that have a mind to pass beyond Sea, are, for their accommodation to continue in the English Town and the Island, till such time as they can be Ship'd. The Castles of Ross and Clare, and all other Castles and Places that still remain in the hands of the Irish, are to be forthwith delivered up. Sarsfield, and some others design for France, and endeavour to pick up some Men; but the ill usage they have had from the French in Ireland, makes very few willing to go with them.

Printed by Edw. Jones in the Savoy. 1691.

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