£40 reward constabulary :
whereas Henry Lyons, late of Bagenalstown, in County Carlow and James Fitzpatrick, late of Curraghbeg, in said County, stand charged by information on oath with a conspiracy to murder Mr. James Stuart of Ballywilliamrow, sub-agent to the Knight of Kerry ...
Broadside dated "Carlow, 6 March 1854" refers to a reward of forty pounds to any person that can provide information that can lead to the arrest of Henry Lyons and James Fitzpatrick. At foot of sheet reads: "In addition to the above reward of £40, I undertake to pay twenty-five pounds for such private information as shall lead to the arrest of the accused parties, within one month from this date. P. J. Newton, Dunleckney, Bagenalstown. March 15". Includes handwritten number '723' on verso.
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[Carlow : County Printing Office, ] 1854.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Item pasted on scrapbook page, some newspaper cuttings on verso.
Physical description: 1 sheet : ill. ; 45 x 28 cm.
Varying form of title: Forty pounds reward constabulary : whereas Henry Lyons, late of Bagenalstown, in County Carlow ...
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