Good news from Ireland, or a true and faithful account of a late signal victory gain'd by our English forces over the rebels at Newry. : Together with an account of the revolt of six of the Irish troops; and many other remarkable passages. Belfast, January 22. 1690.
Author: W. S. Year: 1690
Publisher: London sold by Rich. Janeway in Queens-Head-Alley in Pater-Noster-Row.,
A full and true relation of a new hellish popish plot in Ireland, carried on by the papists in the province of Munster. : With the manner how they would have possessed themselves of that strong city of Limerick, and the castle thereof, in order to the receiving French forces in the great River Shanon, for their landing there.
Author: W. S. Year: 1679
Publisher: London, [s.n.],
Lilli's propheticall history of this yeares accidence, 1642. Or, Newes from the grammar-school, : taken suddenly sick all over with conceite, occasioned by the doctors desperate opinion of her state, finding hoc regnum in the second declension. Wherein is found a preposition for the kings returning Londinum versus, going imediately before the concord. The misery of the times beating into our brains the memory of our first rules, all in one methode, for an everlasting impression of both, never to be forgotten.
Author: W. S. Year: 1642
Publisher: London [s.n.],
Newes from France: or, A true discovery of the practices of divers of our English fugitives there. : Wherein maliciously they would engage the French King to give assistance to His Majesty against his high court of Parliament. With the King of France's answer to their malignant counsels. Sent in a letter from Paris to a person of good account in this city, and by him published. Whereunto is added a true copy of the Londoners last petition to the high court of Parliament for peace.
Author: W. S. Year: 1642
Publisher: London Printed for Iohn Matthews,
A true declaration and just commendation of the great and incomparable care of the Right Honourable Isaac Pennington, Lord Major of the City of London, : in advancing and promoting the bulwarkes and fortifications about the city and suburbs. With a vindication of His Honour from all the malicious aspersions of malignants. Published and presented to His Honour, by W. S.
Author: W. S. Year: 1643
Publisher: London Printed for R. Harper, and are be sold at his shop in Smithfield,
Exceeding good newes from South-Wales. : Of the surrender of Tinby Castle upon mercy, on Wednesday the 17 of May, 1648. With the taking of Collonel Powel, and divers gentlemen, offficers and souldiers, to the number of five hundred and seventy. Also, good newes from the north, of the compleat condition of Major Generall Lambert, who is upon the borders of Cumberland and Westmerland. Together, with an exact and true relation, of the relief of Dover Castle, by the Lord Generall Fairfaxes forces, where were taken prisoners of the enemy 300 men, and 400 horse, the rest being beaten back to Sandwitch. Imprimatur G.M.
Author: W. S. Year: 1648
Publisher: London Printed by J.C.,