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Context of The Truest, most happy, and joyfull newes that ever came from Ireland : being sent over in a letter and read in the honourable House of Common, Februarie 29, 1641 : relating the renowned victory of the Protestant party in repelling the rebels from Dublin, under the commands of the Earl of Ormond, Sir Charles Coot, and Sir Simon Harcourt : with the noble near to the town of Trobedagh : as also the apprehension of Mac Brian, Con Magenis at Care, Rory Magwire at the town of Clogham, and others who are principall conspirators and actors in the rebellion : the three commanders afore-mentioned having, according to the late proclamation set forth by the Lord Justices of Dublin, six hundred pounds a man for the apprehension of those three rebels
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