By the Lord Lieutenant and council, a proclamation. Sydney, Whereas on Thursday night last, being the 29th. day of December,
certain wicked and evil disposed persons did about three or four of the clock in the same night break open and enter into the dwelling-house of the right honourable Brigadier Villiers, ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1692-1695 : Romney)|
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Dublin : printed by Andrew Crook, assignee of Benjamin Tooke, printer to the King and Queen's most Excellent Majesties on Ormonde-Key, 1692. [i.e. 1693]
On Thursday, 29 Dec., Brigadier Villiers' house was broken into, and four dozen silver plates, two salvers, two cups, all marked with his arms, and other things to the value of £500 stolen. Free pardon to any accomplice giving information, and £30 reward if the silver is recovered. -Steele.
Title from caption and opening words of text.
Dates given according to Lady Day dating.
At end of text: Given at the Council Chamber in Dublin the second day of January 1692.
Steele notation: Arms 199; 1) the vizt 2) the doing,
Physical description: 2 sheets (versos blank) ; 1⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), I499
Citations/References: Steele, II, 1277
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