The Resource Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole. : Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants, (electronic resource)

Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole. : Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants, (electronic resource)

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Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole. : Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants
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Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole.
Title remainder
Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants
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Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • T3469
  • E.574[18]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Thomason
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cromwell, Oliver
  • England and Wales
  • Ireland
Target audience
general
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Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole. : Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Includes a daily journal of Cromwells actions from 17 August to 12 September 1649, when Cromwell's forces entered Drogheda, killing "neer 3000" and "putting all to the sword that were in the streets"
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "7ber [i.e. September] 22"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99865476
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unknown
Extent
[2], 6 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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lossless
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cl0051000003
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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Two letters one from Dublin in Ireland, and the other from Liverpoole. : Of a bloody fight in Ireland, at the taking of Drogheda by the Lord Lieutenant Cromwell. VVith the particulars of the said fight: and a list of the chief commanders slaine, and sixteen of their heads brought from thence to Dublin. also the Lord Inchequins message to the Lord Cromwell, and a whole narrative of the affaires of Ireland, and proceedings of the armies, and offers for delivering Prince Rupert, and his brother prisoners to the Parliament. Reader the act of regulating of printing being not yet published, I know not what it injoyns, nor to whom to go for Licence, but when it is made known, I shall be very observable to the rules therein expressed, but this being such extraordinary good newes I thought it my duty to publish it to stop the mouthes of malignants, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Includes a daily journal of Cromwells actions from 17 August to 12 September 1649, when Cromwell's forces entered Drogheda, killing "neer 3000" and "putting all to the sword that were in the streets"
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "7ber [i.e. September] 22"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99865476
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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