A great and bloody fight in Ireland. The killing of Collonel Cook, and many other commission officers and souldiers to the Parliament of England, by a party of Irish Tories commanded by Generall Owen Oneale. Also, a letter from the great councell of the Irish holden at Galway to Leiut: Gen: Ludlowe, with some propositions for the Parliament of England. With the articles of agreement made between commissary Gen: Reynolds and Collonel Fitz Patrick, in behalf of himself and his whole partie of the Irish, and the form of their engagement to the common-wealth of England

London : Printed by F:N:, 1652

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