EBBA ID: 36082

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads 2.19
 
Gallant Newes from Ireland. / Being a true Relation of the Lord Inchequins taking the City of Tredah, and the / two strong Garrisons Trim and Dundalk upon surrender with all the Armes, / and Amunition, upon the 19. & 20. of July, 1649. Farther since the latter end of June, at / least 8 strong fortified Townes, Forrs and Gastles have been taken by storme and com- / position by the magnanimous Ormond and his potent Heroick Forses: having also be- / sieged all their Forts, Towers, Castles, Towns, Cities, who will suddenly be sole Victor o- / ver Ireland, with the valiant resolution of Prince Ruperts Fleet, which takes and retakes / Shipping every day for the use of CHARLES the Second.
Date Published 1649?
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.19
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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      Part 1
    Title Gallant Newes from Ireland. / Being a true Relation of the Lord Inchequins taking the City of Tredah, and the / two strong Garrisons Trim and Dundalk upon surrender with all the Armes, / and Amunition, upon the 19. & 20. of July, 1649. Farther since the latter end of June, at / least 8 strong fortified Townes, Forrs and Gastles have been taken by storme and com- / position by the magnanimous Ormond and his potent Heroick Forses: having also be- / sieged all their Forts, Towers, Castles, Towns, Cities, who will suddenly be sole Victor o- / ver Ireland, with the valiant resolution of Prince Ruperts Fleet, which takes and retakes / Shipping every day for the use of CHARLES the Second.
    Tune Imprint To the tune of, Spindolow, or brave Essex and drake.
    First Lines IN faire Olimpus high, / A degree above the Skie,
    Refrain But Jove being King, / His lightning down did fling, / and consum'd many Gyants with thunder. [with variation]
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    Notes The second half and imprint of this ballad are missing. Pasted onto the same page with EBBA 36083, "The second part," which is the second part of an edition of "The Wandering Jew: Or the Shoemaker of Jerusalem."