By the King. A declaration. James R. Whereas a considerable part of our army in this our kingdom of Ireland is pursuant to our orders and directions now drawn together in the province of Ulster,
in order to the suppressing and bringing under our obedience such of our subjects as have lately taken up arms against us in that province. ...
|Main Creator:||England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II)|
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Dublin : printed by Andrew Crook and Samuel Helsham, assigns of Benjamin Tooke printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, and are to be sold at His Majesties Printing-House on Ormonde-Key, and at the Colledge-Arms in Castle-street, 1689.
Title from caption title and opening lines of text.
"Given at our court at our castle of Dublin the first day of April 1689. In the fifth year of our reign."
Steele notation: Arms 188 King- bringing day.
The army is marching towards Ulster. Any one bringing in provisions shall be protected and paid in ready money. Troops are ordered not to molest them on pain of death. -Steele.
In the edition the Royal Arms have "I2" printed in the upper left.
Physical description: 1 sheet (verso blank); 1⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), J164
Citations/References: Steele, II, 1033
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