By the Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland. Clarendon. Whereas we have received information that William Smith O'Brien has been guilty of treasonable practices ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1847-1852 : Earl of Clarendon)|
"Given at Her Majesty's Castle of Dublin, this 28th Day of July, 1848. By His Excellency's command, T.N. Redington...Now we, the Lord Lieutenant, being determined to bring the said William Smith O'Brien to justice, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred pounds to any person or persons who shall secure and deliver up to safe custody the person of the said William Smith O'Brien ..." . Handwritten in ink on verso: "Proclamation offering / £1000 pounds reward for / apprehension of Wm. [William] Smith / O'Brien".
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Dublin : Printed by George and John Grierson, 1848.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 56 x 44 cm.
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