Ireland Old News

The Times
London, Middlesex, England

June 9, 1800


His Excellency held a Privy Council at the Castle, on Saturday evening, when some bills, which had passed both Houses of Parliament, were certified to Great Britain for the Royal Assent.

A Proclamation was at the same time ordered, offering 100l. reward for the apprehension of each of the offenders concerned in burning the house belonging to the Right Hon. Sir J. BLAQUIERE, at Kilnahard, in the county of Cavan.

Submitted by: County Cavan Newspaper Transcription Project

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