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Vavasour, Charles, Sir, d. 1644
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A certaine relation of the Earle of Ormands proseedings in Ireland shewing what prisoners he hath taken and what townes he hath burnt and what store of pillage he hath sent and brought home with him : also the manner of the enemies besieging Bandonbridge with 12000 men and how that there were slaine 2000 of them : the rest put to flight by the Earle of Corke sonnes and Sir Charles Vanerfour
Travers, Robert, Sir
London : Printed for Iohn Blading, 1642
1642
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A certaine relation of the earle of Ormonds proseedings in Ireland, shewing what prisoners he hath taken, and what townes he hath burnt and what store of pillage he hath sent, and brought home with him. Also the manner of the enemies besieging Bandonbridge, with 12000. men, and how that there were slaine 2000. of them, the rest put to flight by the earle of Corke sonnes and Sir Charles Vauersour. Being a letter sent from Sir Robert Trevers to Sir. william Dike, living in theamestreet in London.
Travers, Robert, Sir
London : Printed for Iohn Blading, 1642
1642
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Good and bad newes from Jreland in a letter of credit from Youghall not forged as are most pamphlets lately published : the particulars are these : the good newes, the relieving of Youghall by Sir Charles Vavasor, the defeate of 800 rebels at Bandenbridge by my Lord of Kilmeakell, the reliefe of Corke by my lord president of Munster : the bad newes, the revolt of Waterford and Lymericke, and the losse of the Castle of Piltowne, which castle put Sir Charles Vavasor to a hard taske to relieve Youg
Gibbes, James
London : Printed for Nath. Butter ..., March 14, 1641
1641
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A new and true relation from Ireland, sent in a letter
Travers, Robert, Sir
London : Printed by A. N., for Edward Blackmore ..., 1642
1642
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A new and true relation from Ireland, sent in a letter from Sir Robert Traverse, to Lievtenant James Finch in London. Of a great defeat given by the Protestants army, under the command of Sir Charles Vavasour, to twenty foure thousand of the rebels, under the command of O Sulivan Beare, and Macharta Reb, besieging Brandon-bridge: where five hundred of ours with two thousand of the towne routed them, kild two thousand of them, and took O Sulivan Beare prisoner: and a great booty
Travers, Robert, Sir
London : Printed by A. N. for Edward Blackmore, dwelling at the signe of the Angell in Paules Church-yard, 1642
1642
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Two famous and victorious battelis fovght in Ireland the I. by Sir William Saintleger, Lord President of Munster against a great number of the rebels neer the city of Cork and after a long and tedious fight lasting three dayes, put the rebels to flight, beating them out of their quarters slew neer upon 2000 April 20 : the second by the Lord Inchequid and Colonel Vavasour against the Lord Muskry, neer Rochfort, April 22, with the number that were slain in this battle : also a challenge sent by th

[London] : Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642
1642
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Two famous and victorious battels fought in Ireland the I. by Sir William Saintleger, Lord President of Munster, against a great number of the rebels, neer the city of Cork, and after a long and tedious fight, lasting three dayes, put the rebels to flight, beating them out of their quarters, slew neer upon 2000. April 20. The second, by the Lord Inchequid and Colonel Vavasour against the Lord Muskry, neer Rochfort, April 22. With the number that were slain in this battle. Also a challenge sent b

[London] : Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642
1642
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Victorious newes from Ireland brought over Aug. 24 wherein is declared three victorious battels, obtained by these worthies, namely, the Lord Moore, the Lord Inchqvid, and Colonell Vavasork neere the city of Trim and Dungarvan, wherein was slain above 200 of the rebels, and not above 200 of the Protestant partio : likewise another famous victory obtained by the Lord Moore against the rebels, with the number of those that were slain on both sides : which happy tidings was read in the House of Com
Johnson, Thomas, volunteer in the Lord Dungarvan's troope
[S.l.] : Printed for I. Rider, 1642
1642
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