By the Lord Lieutenant Generall of Ireland. Whereas I am informed that the horse under my commande (since their being quatered within the Blackwater) have and doe in their severall quarters take away and wast Wheate and Barly for their horses and doe behave themselves outrageously towards the inhabitants not contenting themselves with such provisions as they are able to afford them, but doe keep their sheepe and other cattle within and as often as they please. I doe hereby straightly charge and commande all souldiers to forbeare such like practices upon paine of death.
|Main Creator:||Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658|
Broadside issued by Cromwell informing soldiers in his army not to "breake down any stacks of Barly [barley] or Wheate [wheat] in their quarters" [where they are stationed in Munster] and to cease taking the livestock of the local inhabitants.
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[Corke ; s.n.], 8 December 1649.
Signed "O. Cromwell".
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C7178B
Varying form of title: Whereas I am informed that the horse under my commande . . . [8 December 1649]
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|LO Folder 13/63||
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