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By the King and Queen, a proclamation. Marie R. : Whereas Their Majesties have received information that the persons herein after particularly named, have conspired together, and with divers other disaffected persons, to disturb and destroy their government.

  • England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary)
  • Ephemera

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Proclamation noting that "several warrants for high treason" had been issued against a group of men who were now fugitives from justice: Robert, Earl of Scarsdale, Edward Henry Earl of Litchfield, Edward Lord Griffin, Charles Earl of Newburgh, Charles Earl of Middleton, Charles Earl of Dunmore, Lord Forbes, eldest son of the Earl of Granard, James Griffin,esq; Sir John Fenwick, Sir Theophilus Oglethorpe, Sir Andrew Forrester, Colonel Henry Slingsby, James Grahme, esquire, ... Orby, second son of Sir Thomas Orby deceased, Colonel Edward Sackvile, Oliver St. George esq; son of Sir Oliver St. George, Major Thomas Soaper, Charles Adderley, esq; David Lloyd, esq; George Potter, esq; son of Thomas Porter esq, deceaseed and Edward Stafford esq.


London : Printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb deceas'd; printers to the King and Queens most excellent Majesties, 1692.

Physical description

1 broadside : 1 illustration, coat of arms ; 36 cm

References note

ESTC, R23229
Steele, I, 4093
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W2549


"Certain persons have conspired and fled from justice. They are to be apprehended. No person to conceal them or aid them to escape: ... " (21 names follow) -- Steele.
At end of text: "Given at our court at Whitehall, the ninth day of May, 1692. In the fourth year of our reign.".
Title from caption title and first lines of text.


  • English

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