By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon.
Whereas there have been of late many burglaries and robberies committed in several parts of this kingdom, to the ruine of some of his Majesties good subjects, and the great disquiet of many others; ...
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Dubdin [sic] : printed by Andrew Crook and Samuel Helsham assigns of Benjamin Tooke, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; and are to be sold by Andrew Crook at His Majesties printing-house on Ormonde-Key, and by Samuel Helsham at the Colledge-Arms in Castle-Street, 1686.
The King's mercy having proved an encouragement to burglaries and robberies, the law will now be left to take its course. -Steele.
Title from caption and opening words of text.
At end of text: Given at the Council Chamber in Dublin the 8th day of December, 1686.
Steele notation: Arms 186; 1) Bur- as 2) shall December,.
Physical description: 2 sheets (versos blank) ; 1⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), I944
Citations/References: Steele, II, 968
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