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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Two famous battels fought in Ireland: Wherin the Protestants under the command of the Earle of Ormond, Sr. Charles Coote, and Sr. Simon Harcourt, slew great numbers of the rebels, routing them from one town to another, and took divers prisoners to their great joy and comfort. Faithfully related in a letter, sent from Mr. Ralph Parsons in Dublin, to Sr. William Brewerton, a worthy member of the House of Commons. Received by the last post, February 23. 1641. Whereunto is added, The brave adventures and victorious exploits of Captain Thomas Steutevile, neere unto the town of Drogheda in Ireland.Date of publication:
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)A true relation of every remarkable circumstance in relieving of Tredagh, by Captaine Thomas Steutevile. Also the copy of Sir Phelome Oneal's commission, for the establishing of Colonell Richard Plunket Lievetenant [sic] Generall of Lempster, and Vlster. Together, with the distresse of the whole kingdome, and other passages of note.Date of publication:
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