By the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Henry Cromwell. :
Whereas we take notice that there are sundry apprehensions touching the present posture of affairs, ...
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[London] : Printed at Dublin by William Bladen 1659. and reprinted at London, 
Tracts relating to Ireland, 1650-1689 ;
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A proclamation commanding all civil and military officers to check promptly all signs of disaffection to the government.
Dated at end: Given under our hand at his Highnesse castle at Dublin, the ninth of May 1659.
[Declaration ordering all officers and souldiers to repair to their garrisons and charges, etc. Dated Dublin, 9th May, 1659].
Broadside 1 leaf. Roman letter.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C7038
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