Santry Village. The following regulations are to be strictly attended to, if not the occupier of this house being Sir Compton's labourer, will be turned out:- No lodgers to be taken in. The House is not to be injured in any way, either by tenant of his family, nor are Spirits or Malt Liquor to be sold in it; and it is to be kept always perfectly clean, the Pig, if there should be one in the Yard, must not, on any pretext whatever, be allowed rto go at large, but on the contrary, be always kept shut up...
Broadside mounted on blue coloured car with ribbon [to hang it] at top. On verso is label [akin to a bookplate] of Charels Compton William Domvile and his coat of arms. Text continues: "These Regulations to remain at all times hung up and uninjured in each House, and Sir Compton, or any Person he may authorise, to be at liberty, at all reasonable times, to view and examine the House and Premises. Santry House".
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[Santry, Dublin Sir Charles Domvile] [n.d., ca. 1810-1870]
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside ; 24.2 x 19.6 cm.
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|EPH C811||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|