By the Lord Lieutenant General and Council of Ireland. Clarendon. Whereas by an act passed in this present Session of Parliament in the Eleventh year of her reign entitled "An Act for better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland...Now We, the Lord Lieutenant, Do, by this Our Proclamation...declare, that from and after Wednesday, the Second Day of the Month of August next,...the said Act shall apply to and be in force in and for the County of Kildare
Lord Lieutenant General and Council of Ireland. Clarendon.
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Dublin : Printed by George and John Grierson, 31 July 1848.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
"Given at the Council Chamber in Dublin, this 31st Day of July, 1848. Maziere Brady, C.; Cloncurry; E. Blakeney; Fred. Shaw; T. F. Kennedy; R. Keatinge; James Henry Monahan". Handwritten on verso "County Kildare proclamation / 2nd August 1848". This proclamation was issued during a particularly volatile period in Ireland - on 29 July 1848 William Smith O'Brien led an abortive uprising in Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 44 x 57 cm.
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