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Context of Joyfull and happy news from Iredand [sic] : being an exact relation of a great victory obtained against the grand army of the rebels on Tuesday Feb. 7, 1642, at a towne called by the name of Roscolleth neere Longford : in which battaile there were slain above 2500 of the rebels and but 3 of the English onely many wounded : the names of the English commanders were these : Sir Rich. Greenvill, Cor. Emely, Lieuten. Cor. Sherlock, Lieuten. Cor. Gibs, Ser. Maj. Sherman, Ser. Maj. Ashkey, &c. : the names of the Irish commanders : Ser. Maj. Preston, Cor. Fits Gerrat, Cor. More, Cor. Tirrell, Cor. Philip Onelly, and Lord Trimnelstowne : the names of the Irish commanders that were slain in the battail : Coronel Plunket, Captaine Brian, Sir Tho. Nugent, Captain John Nugent, Cap. Adascalle, a Parliament man, Cap. Roger Davies, with eleven colours, and many prisoners
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