Brown John Of Cork : A true and exact relation of two great victories obtained in the kingdome of Ireland, by the Protestant party, against the rebels: : the first, by the most valiant souldier, Collonell Mac-Adams, and his regiment, against a great body of the rebels, neer Dingley Castle, where they fell upon the rebels, stormed their workes, and took the castle, routing the whole body, and pursued them to the mountaines. The second, by the said collonel, against another body of the rebels neer Bonrattey, where hee marched up against them with 700. men, displaying his yellow colours, and immediately routed 1500. of the enemy, taking all their armes and ammunition, bagg and baggage. / By Iohn Brown, Gent. living in Ireland, in the county of Corke.
Brown John Of London : A brief remonstrance of the grand grievances and oppressions suffered by Sir William Courten and Sir Paul Pyndar, knts., deceased : as also by their heirs, executors, administrators, and creditors : humbly represented to both Houses of Parliament, prorogued to 21 October 1680 : faithfully collected out of several courts of record, orders of counsel, and treaties of peace and common alliance : with several remarks thereupon for the improvement of naviagation, trade, and commerce / by John Brown.
Brown John Sir 1651 : A true relation of the totall routing of the Lord George Digby and Sir Marmaduke Langdale : by the Scottish forces under the command of Sir John Browne of Fordell, Knight. Certified by an expresse from His Excellency Generall Leven to the commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland residing at London. Dated at Allerton October 28. 1645. Published by authority.
Brown John Tom 1925 : Among the Bantu nomads : a record of forty years spent among the Bechuana, a numerous & famous branch of the central South African Bantu, with the first full description of their ancient customs, manners & beliefs.