When the act for establishing a militia in the kingdom of Ireland was first enacted, Brett Smith of the city of Dublin, opened an insurance-office,
to exempt such of the inhabitants of the county of Meath as might be frawn for militia-men, and might find it inconvenient to serve, by providing, at a trifling ecpence to them, fit and proper substitutes. ...
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[Dublin : s.n., 1793]
Dated at end: 38 Mary-Street, July 22nd, 1793.
Title from opening lines of text.
Advertisement issued by "Brett Smith of the city of Dublin" who has opened an insurance office to provide substitutes for those obliged to serve in Meath Militia.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; 1/2⁰.
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