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SUBJECTS (101-117 of 117)
Ireland -- History -- 1649-1775.
101
 
    E-RESOURCE 1670

Whereas we are highly sensible of the many and great inconveniences, which His Majesties good subjects in this kingdome are too frequently brought under by the multitude of causeless presentments and indictments, which are usually prosecuted at the a

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1670-1672 : Berkeley)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke ... and are to be sold by Mary Crooke ...,        4 unnumbered leaves 1670
103
 
    E-RESOURCE 1680

Whereas we are informed by the Earl of Ranelagh, and his partners, that several sheriffs and collectors within the respective counties of this kingdom, have received by vertue of His Majesties process, divers considerable summs of money due to His Ma

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took and John Crook ... and are to be sold by Mary Crook ...,        1 broadside 1680
104
 
    E-RESOURCE 1672

Whereas we are informed, that in many cities and towns corporate within this kingdom, greater customers, tolls and duties than are really due, have been of late exacted in right of the said corporations, upon goods imported or exportd into or out of

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took ... and are to be sold by Joseph Wilde ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1672
105
 
    E-RESOURCE 1662

Whereas we are informed, that several collectors of the several pole-monies lately raised in this kingdome for His Majesties service, have not as yet accompted into the receipt of His Majesties Exchequer, for the monies so received by them, the names

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by John Crook ... and are to be sold by Samuel Dancer ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1662
107
 
    E-RESOURCE 1679

Whereas we are informed, that the number of tories and robbers in the province of Ulster, and some other parts of this kingdom is much increased, notwithstanding many proclamations from this board for apprehending of divers tories, and they are of la

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took and John Crook ... and are to be sold by Mary Crook ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1679
108
 
    E-RESOURCE 1674

Whereas we are informed, that the price of corn, and all sorts of grain and meal, is grown excessive great in severall parts of this kingdom, and the same doth arise (as is conceived) not so much from the scarcity of the store, as from the great quan

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke ... and are to be sold by Joseph Wilde ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1674
109
 
    E-RESOURCE 1681

Whereas we are informed that the price of corn, and all sorts of grain, meale and malt, is grown excessive high in several parts of this kingdom, which both arise as is conceived from the great quantities of corn which have been of late carried out o

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke and John Crook ... and are to be sold by Mary Crook ...,        1 broadside 1681
113
 
    E-RESOURCE 1667

Whereas we have been necessarily occasioned to take especial notice, that His Majesties revenue arising by hearths, firing places and stoves within this kingdom, hath of late become very much impaired, and still continues deeply in arrear ... / by th

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by John Crooke ... and are to besold by Samuel Dancer ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1667
114
 
    E-RESOURCE 1663

Whereas we have by the blessing of God discovered and disappointed a traiterous conspiracy for surprizing and taking His Majesties castle of Dublin, (His Majesties principal fort in this his kingdom), which the said conspirators had designed to do on

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1661-1669 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by John Crooke ... and are to be sold by Samuel Dancer ...,        1 broadside 1663
116
 
    E-RESOURCE 1679

Whereas we have received information, that Gerald Fitz-Gerald of [...] in the county of [..] and Richard Fitz-Gerald brother of the said Gerald, have of late committed several burglaries, robberies and stealths ... / by the Lord Lieutenant and Counci

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took and John Crook ... and are to be sold by Mary Crook ...,        2 unnumbered leaves 1679
117
 
    E-RESOURCE 1674

Whereas we the lord lieutenant and Council according to His Majesties pleasure, and commands signified unto us by the lords of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy Council of England, by their letters bearing date the twenty sixth day of September las

    Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1672-1677 : Essex)
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke ... and are to be sold by Joseph Wilde ...,        3 unnumbered leaves 1674
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