Reward : whereas on the night of Wednesday, the 24th instant, attempt was made to enter, by force, the Counting House of Richd. [Richard] Clear and Sons, L [...] Pembroke which attempt did not succeed in consequence of the strength of the door and bars. Now we whose names are subscribed will pay the sums annexed to our name for such information as will convict the villains concerned in this attempt. A poker was found in the Street, which may be seen at the Counting House, and may lead to a discovery. Cork, Sept. 25, 1817'
Lists the names of people who gave money to offer as a reward to apprehend those who attempted to break into Richard Clear and Sons, Counting House, Cork on 24 September 1817.
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Cork : West & Coldwells Printers, Patrick Street, September 25, 1817.
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Physical description: 1 sheet ; 44 cm.
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