Autograph signed letter [2pp. folio with cognate blank and with wax seal on verso] from John Percival of Mallow to John Keating, the Lord Chief-Justice of the Common-Pleas, discussing the terms under which a certain John Carroll might be granted protection and pardon for past offences provided he undertook to 'clear this & two neighbouring countries' of Tories [i.e. Irish rebels];
5 January 1685
|Main Creator:||Percival, John, of Mallow|
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
There is a suggestion in the letter that John Carroll would only receive a pardon if he brought those Percival saw as rebels to justice, preferably alive. There is also a reference to Captain Odle of Limerick with whom Carroll was also engagement in dealing with.
Includes full [modern typed] 2pp. transcript.
Physical description: 1; letter
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|MS 49, 479||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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