The Resource The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649. : between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland, (electronic resource)

The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649. : between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland, (electronic resource)

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The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649. : between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland
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The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649.
Title remainder
between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland
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Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • L486
  • E.572[21]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Cromwell, Oliver
  • Ormonde, James Butler
  • Jones, Michael
  • England and Wales
  • Ireland
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general
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The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649. : between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland, (electronic resource)
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  • Pages 4 and 5 contain: The declaration of the Lord Governor Cromwell in Ireland. Signed: O. Cromwell. Dublin-Castle 23. of August. 1649. In which Cromwell proclaims the severest punishment for aiding the mayor, officers, or minister of justice of Dublin
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[2], 6 p
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The last great and blovdy fight in Ireland on Wednesday last, being the 29. of August, 1649. : between the Marq. of Ormonds forces, and the Lord Governour Cromwels, upon his Lordships advance with his whole army of horse and foot from the city of Dublin. With the particulars thereof, the manner of their engagement, the wounding of Lieut. Gen. Jones, and a list of the officers and souldiers, killed, wounded, and taken prisoners. Also, the Lord Governour Cromwels letter to the Parliament of England, and his declaration and resolution touching Ireland, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Pages 4 and 5 contain: The declaration of the Lord Governor Cromwell in Ireland. Signed: O. Cromwell. Dublin-Castle 23. of August. 1649. In which Cromwell proclaims the severest punishment for aiding the mayor, officers, or minister of justice of Dublin
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99865348
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000003
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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