By the Lord Liutenant [Lieutenant] and Council of Ireland, a proclamation. Bolton :
whereas we have received certain information from several persons of undoubted credit, that Sarsfield commonly called Lord Lucan, and several officers have lately landed and are gone into several parts of this kingdom, and have had their meetings with several Popish gentlemen in order to excite a rebellion in favour of the pretender ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1717-1719 : Powlett)|
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Dublin : Printed by Andrew Crooke, 1719.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera. Note this consists of just the first page of the proclamation and is lacking subsequent pages.
For description and dating purposes, see 'Catholics and Catholicism in the Eighteenth Century Press' published in 'Archivium Hibernicum', Vol. 16 (1951), pages 5 - 112.
Physical description: 1 sheet : coat of arms ; 40 x 30 cm.
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