To the forty shilling freeholders;
dear boys, as I told you in my last, the Clergy are making a great noise about the Bribery Oath ...
Broadside addressed to the forty shilling freeholders of County Waterford [who had the parliamentary franchise to vote by possessing freehold property, or lands held directly of the King, of an annual rent of at least forty shillings, clear of all charges]. Part of page one lacking.
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[Waterford : s.n., 1826]
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 folded sheet ; 34 cm.
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