By the Lord lieutenant of Ireland. Clarendon :
whereas divers ill-disposed persons have, in various publications in newspapers and otherwise, and by addresses and speeches at public meetings, advised the election of a representative body in this part of her Majesty's Dominions to be called a National Convention or Council, or the Council of Three Hundred, ... and the same or other ill-disposed persons have, ... invited and exhorted her Majesty's subjects in Ireland to constitute themselves in to an armed association, to be called a National Guard ...
By His Excellency's command, Wm. M. Somerville.
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1847-1852 : Earl of Clarendon)|
At head of title: Royal coat of arms. Text includes - "...And we call upon and require all sheriffs, magistrates, constables, ... to be vigilant in the prevention and repression of all such conventions, elections, associations, and illegal practices, so far as by law they are authorized and empowered to do."
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Dublin : Printed by George and John Grierson, 29th Day of April, 1848.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 52 x 40 cm.
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