Ireland. By the commissioners of Parliament of the Common-wealth of England for the affairs of Ireland.
Whereas the said commissioners by their declaration bearing date the 29 of Iune last, ... expressed, ... that no person or persons whatsoever, from the first day of August last, should sell or utter by retaile any kind of wine or wines, strong-waters, strong-beer or ale ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Council for the Affairs of Ireland.|
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Dublin : printed by VVilliam Bladen, anno Dom. 1653.
Persons violating the declaration of 29 of June last (Steele II, 519) and unable to pay the fines set forth therein shall be sent to a house of correction and set to work for the space of 28 days and thereafter never be licensed to sell ale or beer by retail.
Title from caption title and opening words of text.
At end of text: This declaration to continue in force until the 25. of Iune 1654. Dated at Dublin this 21. October 1653.
Imprimatur above colophon: Ordered by the said commissioners, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. Signed by order, &c. Io. Hughes.
Physical description: 1 sheet ( p.) ; 1⁰.
Physical description: Regulating the sale of alcoholic beverages.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), I341H
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