Whereas it has been represented to the Lord Lieutenant, that a threatening letter has been sent to Mr. Cannon of Leixlip, of which the following is a copy, viz. /
|Main Creator:||Marsden, A|
Notice of reward of a hundred pounds for apprending the person or persons who sent Mr. Cannon of Leixlip a threatening letter. The threatening letter to Mr. Cannon is quoted and reads: '"You are an informer and an orange Scoundrill [scoundrel] and may a big picque [pike] shortly take off your big head, I was at the burning of your former house and would help in serving your present one in the same way but for the army but may be the time will come when you shall be better acquainted. Your humble servant "Forget Not".
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Dublin : George Grierson for Dublin Castle, 1802.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 41 x 34 cm.
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