The Proclamation of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 5: Reward for the apprehension of Lord Edward Fitzgerald

Reward for the apprehension of Lord Edward Fitzgerald

 

BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND COUNCIL OF

IRELAND, A PROCLAMATION

 

Camden

 

Whereas we have received information upon oath, that Edward Fitz-Gerald, esq., commonly called Lord Edward Fitz-Gerald,[1] hath been guilty of high treason:

Now we the Lord Lieutenant and Council being determined to bring the said Lord Edward Continue reading The Proclamation of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 5: Reward for the apprehension of Lord Edward Fitzgerald

The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 4

Reward for the discovery of Whiteboys responsible for a house attack in county Tipperary

By the Lords Justices and Council of IRELAND,

a Proclamation

 

George Armagh; Shannon

 

Whereas we have receive information upon oath that on Friday the fifth day of February last, a party of about twenty men on horseback, armed, and dressed with Continue reading The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 4

The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 3

Reward for the apprehension of the abductors of Frances Ingoldsby

 

By the Lord Lieutenant and Council of Ireland, a proclamation

 

Promising a reward for the apprehending of Hugh-Fitz-John Massy, of ——– in the county of Cork, gent., John Boucher, gent. and Michael Scanlon the younger, of Ballykilly in the county of Limerick, James Continue reading The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 3

The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 2

 

Ordering that those presented as tories in counties Meath, Tipperary, Louth, Cork and Limerick surrender to the authorities for punishment, 1703

 

BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND COUNCIL, A PROCLAMATION

 

Ormonde

 

Whereas in pursuance of an act of parliament lately passed in this kingdom, intituled, An Act for the better suppressing tories, robbers and Continue reading The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820, part 2