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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1810, Dublin, Dublin s s The DUBLIN 542 dp BY THE LordLieutenant and Council of A ffereas above Ten Tlioufand Papifts are Rjo toufly Ajjembled at a Place commonly called JohnsWell in the County of vfa of Religious May carry on dan gerous Defigns to the great Terror of titr Pro teflant and the Endangering the Publick Peace of this infomuch that the Commons in Par liament Affetnbled have Humbly Applied to the Lord Lieutenant of this immediately to give fuch necejfary as may effeftually Sjxpprefs at this fo and Unlawful to July fence and in Cafe any one of the Per fens concerned in the fhaU tnake a full Difcovery of bis plicfsfo as one or more be brought to On dign Punijkment fucb Dijcoverer frail befijes Iajd have Bet the fad Given at fhe CouncilChamber in Dublin the 26th Pay Oisfune G Indiquin darey JPonn fie tn We taking into Our Confederation niencies that may Arije from fuch Tufxiulisy and ring to Supprefs fuch Intolent do fore fa r t ly Charge and Heajtire the fiighSberriff of the of forthwith to tiatfe the poflfi and to Repair to the Place aforefaid to Difperje Unlawful Aflemblji and to Apprehend the or principal Afton in Kiott they may be Profecuted for the fame with the utmofl Rigour of And toe do hereby further and all of the Veace fijgk and pet ty ConftableS and other Majeftys Xojral effeftuitty to Supprefs all Riotous anfy TJnlaTdfil jjfem biles in their and fuch ders to be brought to Consign Given at the CouncilChamber in the Day of Afeatby Down and Alan Rgh Sn Ww God Save the BY THE LordLieutenant and Council of A PROCLAM ATIO N W Kerens fotne Perfons difafiefttdtd Government arid to the late did on Sunday the day of me Infant Night of fer great Indignities to the Memory of His late jng by Breaking and Defacing foffie parts of Ms Statue ColledgeGrcen at the pence of the City of And Spiritual and Tetopofalin Parliament ving a Grateful Senfe of the many wgdomsby that Thai all Per fans Barbarous are Guilty of the Eafenefs and Ingratitude dtfered tnetLvriLieutenant to Iffue a ProtlfmAtion to the Authors of thai VtHanyy Reward We do therefore hereby Payment of One Hundred Pounds Perjon asjbatt Difewer the Perfons and AIi i Gmtyefjbe toa Save the Circuits for this Summer Affi follow Nor theaft Circuit Chief Town Of Dfttsbefay Friday July JLowtbf Saturday WedUefday at rWonday Townof Gamctyergas the fame at J tiftice tij I iV at City of LimirMgWwdiy tyly at the Ltmvirti FrancisAbbey the fame ehyi at City of M9 Friday at the ofti the famfe day at the Kitfgs Ofd 7 at r at
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