By the Lord Lieutenant and Council, a proclamation.
Rochester. Whereas the late Lords Justices and Council did issue their proclamation, ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1700-1703 : Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester)|
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Dublin : Printed by Andrew Crook, 1701.
At end of text: Given at the Council-Chamber in Dublin, the 25th day of November, 1701.
Signed: Jo. Methuan, C. Narcissus Dublin, Meath, Inchiquin, Mount-Alexander, Abercorne, Will. Kildare, Edw. Down & Conner, Cha. Feilding, Ri. Pyne, Rich. Cox, Robt. Doyne, Chris. Wandesford, Rob. King, Francis Gwyn, Tho. Erle.
Offering rewards at the following rates for the apprehension of returned rebels and papists: £50 for every titular archbishop or bishop, temporal peer, or general officer of the army, £30 for every field-officer, £20 for every vicar-general, dean, or captain, £10 for every Jesuit, friar, monk, lieutenant, cornet or ensign, £5 for every non-commissioned officer and private soldier.
Steele notation: Arms 204; Coun- Execution 2) Pro- 3) gone 4) having 5) Parlia- 6) ex those.
Physical description: 6 sheets ; 1⁰.
Citations/References: Steele, II, 1448
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