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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Exceeding happy newes from Ireland being a true relation of many passages of great consequence very joyfull and delectable to all true hearted Protestants : wherein is declared five severall matters of great consequences : 1. That the Earle of Corke is gone into the north of Ireland, putting all to fire and sword, 2. That information is given by certaine Frenchmen who declared that the rebels had received certaine armes from France by stealth, but at this present there was no fleet at sea of any nation that way bound, 3. A true declaration of what victories have lately been obtained by the Lord Don Luce, Earle of Antrim, 4. An information that Philomy Oneale is secretly fled, 5. That the Earle of Astry is desirous to lay downe his armes and yeeld to the Kings mercy, and curses those that advised him first to rise in rebellion / being the copies of two letters sent from Ireland,the one from Mr. William Brookes ... to his wife ... the other letter sent to Mr. Hunt now resident in London ...Date of publication:
1642Description:"Read in the Honourable House of Commons, and ordered to be printed. Hen. Elsinge, Cler. Parl. D. Com." Second letter signed at bottom: R.H. Reproduction of original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (136.44 KB).Publicly Available