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Mountgarret, Richard Butler, Viscount, 1578-1651
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Captaine Yarner's relation of the battaile fought at Kilrush upon the 15th day of Aprill by my Lord of Ormond who with 2500 foot and 500 horse overthrew the Lord Mountgarret's army consisting of 8000 foot and 400 horse all well armed and the choyce of eight counties : together with a relation of the proceedings of our army, from the second to the later end of Aprill 1642
Yarner, Captain
London : Printed for F. Coules and G. Badger, 1642
1642
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The Demands of the rebels in Ireland, vnto the state and councell of Dublin, February 3, 1641 [1642] the names of the chiefe of them are these, the Lord Mount Garret, Delvin, Don Luce, Cargena, Limbrey, Oneale, with divers others ..

London : Printed for John Thomas, 1641 [i.e. 1642]
1642
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His Maiesties answer to a message sent to him by the House of Commons at Yorke, March 19, 1641 also two remarkable letters from Ireland sent over by Robert Pickering Secretary unto Sir Symon Harcourt, March 17, 1641 : the first being the copy of a letter written by the Earle of Osmond one of the commanders of the rebels unto the Earle of Delvia wherein he declares the great distresse they are in for want of ammunition and other provision and also frustrate of the reliefe they hoped for out of Fl
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
London : Printed for John Thomas, 1641 [i.e. 1642]
1642
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Joyfull newes from Captain Marro in Ireland or, His second victory over the rebels, April 18. Shewing in a most true and exact relation, the manner of two glorious battles, never to be forgotten. The first, by the invincible courage, of Captiain [sic] Marro, April 18. Also his parley, and the assault and repulse of Mongarrets army, April 19. The second, by the said Captain Marro, and being seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, gave the rebels a great overthrow, with the number of men that were slain
Damon, John, 17th cent
[London] : Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642
1642
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Joyfull newes from Captain Marro in Ireland, or, His second victory over the rebels, April 18 shewing in a most true and exact relation the manner of two glorious battles, never to be forgotten : the first, by the invincible courage of Captiain [sic] Marro, April 18 : also his parley, and the assault and repulse of Mongarrets army, April 19 : the second, by the said Captain Marro, and being seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, gave the rebels a great overthrow, with the number of men that were slain
Damon, John, 17th cent
[London] : Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642
1642
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The last joyfull newes from Ireland being the copies of two severall letters sent from Dublin the 28 of Aprill, 1642 to a noble person in this city : being the relation of a renowned victory obtained against 12000 rebels under the command of the Lord Mantgarret and the lords of the Pale where divers of the rebels were slaine and but 40 English : this victory was obtained by these worthy champions, the Earle of Ormond, Sir Charles Coate, Captaine Skoute, Captain Lucas : likewise the names of the
P. R
London : Printed by T. Fawcet, 1642
1642
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More happy and joyfull newes from Ireland, or, The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in that kingdome from the 28 day of March, to the 6 day of April, 1642 shewing in a most reall and exact relation how these four famous pillars of Protestant religion, the Earl of Ormond, the Lord Iones, the Lord Moor, Sir Henrie Titchburn, and Sir Richard Grenville, with 4000 men, and 6 field-pieces gave battle to the rebels neer Corke, kild 5000 men, took some of their commanders prisoners : the rebels

London : Printed for H. Luudon, 1642
1642
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A Renowned victory obtained against the rebels on the first day of June neere Burros the Duke of Buckinghams castle, by the valour of these noble and valiant commanders : the Earle of Ormond, the Earl of Eastmeath, the Lord Don Luce, Earle of Antrim, Sir Thomas Lucas, Sir Patricke VVymes, Sir Richard Greenvill, Colonell Iohn Barry, Captaine Armestrong : against the Lord Mountgarret, the Lord Dunsany, the Lord Plunket, the Lord Muskro, the Lord Dunhowin with 18000 rebels : wherein is manifested h

London : Printed for I. Horton, Iune 9, 1642
1642
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