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, 
Title from the opening words of text.
Dated at head: Dublin Castle, 2d June, 1798.
In this edition "New-Ross" has a hyphen; there is a three-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" (a variant has "consisted 230") and the sentence ends with a full stop after "yeomen"; and the imprint (which is shorter than the rule immediately above it) includes "King's" as thus: "King's".
An official account from the Lord Lieutenant of further steps taken in the suppression of the rebellion.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 1/2⁰.