£100 reward : whereas, on Friday evening about 8 o'clock the 7th inst., Mr. James Pirie of Aughamullan [Dungannon]...
Broadside dated Stewartstown, [Co. Tyrone] 11 February 1845 which refers to a reward of one hundred pounds that may lead to the arrest of those responsible for the assult of James Pirie. Includes the names of those who will pay the sum affixed to their names for any information within six months that may lead to the conviction of any person related to the outrage. Handwritten number '366' on verso with National Library of Ireland stamp dated 23 April 1974.
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[Cookstown : Richardson, printer], 1845.
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Physical description: 1 sheet ; 38 x 31 cm.
Varying form of title: One hundred pounds reward : on Friday evening about eight o'clock the 7th inst., Mr. James Pirie of Aughamullan [Dungannon]...
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