Accounts have been received from Major-General Eustace, at New-Ross, stating that Major-General Fawcett having marched with a company of the Meath regiment from Duncannon Fort, ...
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Dublin : Printed by George Grierson, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 2 June 1798.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Title from the opening words of text. An official account from the Lord Lieutenant, Lord Castlereagh of further steps taken in the suppression of the rebellion. In this edition "New-Ross" has a hyphen; there is a two-bits rule between the first and second paragraph; the first "Newtown-Barry" in the second paragraph is hyphenated; the first line of the third paragraph contains "consisted of 230" and the sentence ends with a full stop after "yeomen"; and the imprint (shorter than the rule immediately above it) includes "King's" as thus: "KING's".
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 1/2⁰.
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|LO Folder 6/1798/16||