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Context of A true and good relation of the valliant exploits, and victorious enterprises of Sir Simon Harcourt and Sir Charles Coote : with their valliant overthrow of at least 5000 rebels, with the burning of three towns, where the rebels lay incamped neare Dublin : and also, the relief of Droghedaugh and other particulars related in a letter dated Jan. 20, 1641, from Mr. Chappell of Dublin, to his friend, a draper in London, and brought by the last post, Ian. 25 : whereunto is added another relation concerning these particulars, the taking of the towne and castle of Enishannon from the rebels by Sir Simon Harcourt and Sir Thomas Temple, with a notable victory over the rebell Mac-Carty at Enishannon Foord, Mac-Con the rebels attempt upon the towne of Bundon Bridge, and their happy defeate by Sir Richard Grinfield
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