Robbery! One pound reward.:
Stolen from the back drawingroom of No.1, Portland-Street, North Circular-road, Dublin, between the hours of one and three o'clock, on Saturday, 15th June, 1872, a large dark grey and black male cat, the property of Mr. Thomas C. Irwin. This poor animal, who answers to the name, Ton, and is lame in the left fore paw, and weak in the left eye, can be of no value to anyone but Mr. irwin, who had him for 5 years before he lost him, through the cruel and desperate act of a miscreant. One pound will be given by me to whoever restores the animal uninjured, and at once, at the above address, or who affords authentic information as to the party who entered Mr. Irwin's room and committed the robbery.
[Mr. Thomas C. Irwin].
Broadside [the edges of which are distressed] which refers to a reward of one hundred pounds that may lead to the return of a cat, named Ton who is the property of Mr. Thomas C. Irwin.
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[Dublin? : s.n.], 1872.
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