Two great battels fought in the kingdome of Ireland, the first by the English forces that were lately sent over by the Parliament, under the command of Colonell Moore, and Colonell Fenwick, who gave the rebels battell in the north, commanded by their chiefe Generall Owen Oneale, and after a bloody battell, became masters of the field, routed them, and took divers prisoners, and neere upon 3000. head of cattell. The second, neere the city of Dublin, where the Marquesse of Ormond received a great overthrow, and lost part of his army. Published for generall satisfaction

London : Printed for John Johnson, Feb. 10. 1647

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