After our hearty commendations. It appearing unto us by informations upon oath, that notwithstanding the directions given in our proclamation dated the second of February last, great numbers of men have in contempt of Her Majesty's authority, ... transported themselves beyond the seas to go into the service of the Pretender, ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1713-1714 : Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury)|
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Signed at end: Shrewsbury, Tho. Armagh, Con. Phipps. Canc. Will. Dublin, Jo. Tuam, Mount-Alexander, Abercorn, W. Meath, Edw. Down and Connor, Cha. Feilding, P. Savage, Rich. Cox, Robt. Doyne, Tho. Keightley, Wm. Steuart, Theoph. Butler, J. Stanley.
Dated at end: "from the Council-Chamber in Dublin-Castle, this twenty eighth day of May, 1714.".
Physical description: p. ; 2⁰.
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|JP.5161a||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|