Statute Law Revision Act 2015

SCHEDULE 2

Instruments Revoked

Part 1

Irish Instruments 1169 to 1800

Reference Number

Citation

Subject matter

1.

1385 [P.R.O. Vol. 1 p. 487]

Declaration as to persons aggrieved by Philip de Courtenay, Lieutenant of Ireland

2.

1537 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order settling the currency in Ireland and bringing it to the same value as the coin in England

3.

July 31, 1537 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order granting a pardon for all those involved in the Fitz-gerald rebellion

4.

June 19, 1541 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Proclamation pardoning all prisoners (treason, murder, rape and debt excepted)

5.

October 9, 1541 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Proclamation for a hosting against O’Neill

6.

1543 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Proclamation for the use of clipped money

7.

1543 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Proclamation prohibiting the sale of cattle other than on the market day

8.

July, 1543 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order for a general hosting

9.

1546 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Proclamation for the relieving of rebels

10.

May 20, 1546 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order for a general hosting

11.

November 18, 1546 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order for a cess in Dublin, Kildare, Uriell, Meath and Westmeath

12.

February 27, 1547 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 1]

Order for a cess

13.

April 28, 1547 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting

14.

1548 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Proclamation declaring that no distress shall be taken for debt

15.

May 18, 1548 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting

16.

July 16, 1548 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Proclamation in relation to money, silver and plate

17.

July 8, 1550 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting against the Cavanaughes

18.

October, 1550 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order prohibiting the exportation of wool, tallow, butter and linen yarn from Ireland

19.

May 23, 1552 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting on 20 June

20.

August 17, 1553 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting upon new stirs of Donogh O’Connor Faley to begin on 4 September 1553

21.

April 27, 1554 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting against O’Reelie

22.

August 16, 1555 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a general hosting

23.

May 27, 1556 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for the payment of royal debts

24.

June 3, 1556 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order for a hosting against the Scots to begin on 2 July 1556

25.

June 27, 1556 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order fixing rates for soldiers’ provisions

26.

November 7, 1556 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order prohibiting the sale of corn from the Pale to Irish counties

27.

February 25, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 2]

Order offering a £100 reward for Donogh O’Connor

28.

February 25, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for the bringing in of the goods of Donogh O’Connor

29.

March 27, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Proclamation directing good order between the soldiers and the country

30.

July 3, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for a hosting against the rebels on 2 August

31.

July 16, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for the relief of Donogh O’Connor

32.

October 20, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for the registration of all retainers

33.

November 30, 1557 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order prohibiting the sale of corn from the Pale into the Irish country

34.

May 27, 1558 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for a general hosting

35.

July 31, 1559 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for a general hosting

36.

October, 1559 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Proclamation providing the rating of base coins

37.

February 14, 1560 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Proclamation in relation to the stay of the army attempting to pass over sea without licence

38.

February 14, 1560 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for the appearance of Sir Oswald Massingberd, late prior of Kilmainham

39.

August 20, 1560 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 3]

Order for a general hosting

40.

August 21, 1560 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Order prohibiting the sale of corn from the Pale

41.

October 29, 1560 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation declaring the continuance of the base coins of England to be current in Ireland

42.

January 24, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation inhibiting the bringing of the base coins of England into this Realm

43.

January 24, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation prohibiting the indenting of coin to be received for commodities

44.

January 25, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Order inhibiting the transportation of money out of the Realm

45.

March 24, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation in relation to the fall of the coin

46.

April, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation for keeping the coins within the Realm

47.

June 8, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation declaring Shane O’Neill to be a traitor

48.

June 8, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order for a general hosting

49.

July, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order correcting the severe justice for the falsehood and treason of Shane O’Neill

50.

July 14, 1561 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order decrying base coin

51.

March 15, 1563 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order for Shane O’Neill

52.

May 19, 1563 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order for a general hosting

53.

August 16, 1564 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Proclamation declaring that all who assist O’Connor and others in any way are ipso facto traitors and rebels

54.

April, 1566 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order declaring that ordinances for the benefit of Irish counties committed to the seneschals to be observed through all Leinster, Meath and West Meath

55.

July 16, 1566 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 5]

Order for a general hosting on 15 August

56.

August 2, 1566 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Proclamation for Shane O’Neill and his adherents standing with him in open hostility against our Sovereign Lady

57.

August 2, 1566 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Proclamation prohibiting powder, shott, or other munition, or any other relief of victuals to be sold, sent or conveyed to Shane O’Neill or his adherents

58.

June 3, 1567 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order for a general hosting

59.

May 20, 1568 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order for a general hosting against the Scots

60.

1569 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Proclamation in relation to the war which Lord James Geraldine waged in Ireland for the faith

61.

June 1, 1569 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order for a general hosting against the rebels on 15 July 1569

62.

June 16, 1569 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order declaring Sir Edmund, Edward and Piers Butler as traitors

63.

October 11, 1569 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order for a general hosting against the rebels on 22 October 1569

64.

November 18, 1569 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Declaration ordering a money payment in place of the hosting

65.

January 13, 1570 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order remitting the late intended hosting

66.

July 15, 1570 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 6]

Order for a general hosting against Turlough Lynagh on 15 August

67.

May 21, 1571 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 7]

Order for the unequal burden of cess within the English Pale

68.

October 19, 1571 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 7]

Order declaring that persons indicted of treason are to surrender

69.

1572 [Steel Vol. 2 p. 7]

Proclamation for rebellion against Rory Oge

70.

June 11, 1573 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 7]

Order for a general hosting to begin 20 July 1573

71.

August 1, 1574 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 7]

Proclamation offering a reward and pension in connection with Gerald, Earl of Desmond

72.

November, 1574 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Proclamation showing what causes moved the Earl of Essex to execute Sir Brian’s soldiers and to detain him in custody

73.

March 26, 1575 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for a general hosting to begin 10 April 1575

74.

June 28, 1575 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for Terence O’Neill and his followers

75.

May 18, 1576 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for a general hosting to begin 10 April 1575

76.

October 19, 1576 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Proclamation explaining the statutes for freedoms made 3 & 4 Philip and Mary, and 11 Elizabeth with allowances set down for the soldiers’ meat, their boys and horses

77.

June, 1577 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for a general hosting to begin 12 August 1577

78.

November, 1577 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Proclamation reforming disorders in Wexford

79.

November, 1578 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for a general hosting to begin 24 December 1578

80.

December 18, 1578 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for payment of subsidy on wines in Ireland

81.

March 28, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order prohibiting the wearing of arms, except sword, dagger, and skein; and the use of Irish apparel

82.

July, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Order for the general hosting prorogued to meet at Rosseke on 18 August 1579

83.

November 2, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Proclamation for Gerald Earl of Desmond

84.

November 6, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 8]

Proclamation declaring that every horseman should wear red crosses

85.

December 1, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation concerning spreaders of infamous libels, and passage of suspect persons

86.

December, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Order for a general hosting, to begin 10 January 1580

87.

December 31, 1579 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation prohibiting the transportation of soldiers, horses and certain wares

88.

January 6, 1580 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation against forestallers and regrators of markets, gray merchants and coursers

89.

January 6, 1580 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Order for an arrear of bonaght in relation to the lands owned by McMurrough

90.

January 24, 1580 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation declaring that provisions taken for more than personal use should be restored

91.

January 24, 1580 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Order declaring that Desmond and his brothers are traitors

92.

April 14, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation prohibiting abuses practised by the soldiers

93.

April 26, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Order declaring the Earl of Desmond and his confederates to be traitors

94.

June 25, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation excepting from pardon the Earl and Countess of Desmond, Viscount Baltinglass and others

95.

July 9, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 9]

Order for a hosting against O’Neill and O’Donnell

96.

July 24, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Proclamation offering a pardon to all surrendering before 10 days

97.

November 10, 1581 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order settling the rates to be paid by the soldier for his meals and for the avoiding of disorders

98.

1582 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Proclamation offering a general pardon to Munster for all crimes before 1 January last

99.

May, 1582 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order for a general hosting to begin 19 June 1582

100.

October, 1582 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order granting a pardon to all rebels in Munster excepting Desmond

101.

November 13, 1582 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order permitting cess for household provisions

102.

May, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order for a general hosting to begin 10 June 1583

103.

June, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order offering a pardon in relation to crimes of rebellion before 1 May 1583

104.

June 16, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order prohibiting any of the inhabitants of the northern parts from intermeddling in any war between Turlough Lynagh and O’Donnell

105.

June 30, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order settling the sums due to every corporate town, barony etc. for provisions, the regular payment of which was interrupted by James Fitz Maurice’s late war

106.

July 16, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order offering a reward of 100 marcs for Patrick McGowan, priest, for preaching against the Queen in Rome and France

107.

October 7, 1583 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order prohibiting any to pass out of Ireland into England without passport of the Lord Justices

108.

January 30, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 10]

Order for a special Commission of Oyer and Terminer at Cavan before the Lords Justices on 9 March next

109.

June 21, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 10 August 1584

110.

July 8, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Proclamation in connection with the restraint of horses, colts and mares at ports

111.

July 22, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order concerning the diet of the soldier and what he shall pay

112.

August 6, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Declaration ordering the return within six months of Irish fugitives in foreign parts

113.

December 18, 1584 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Declaration setting out orders to be observed by the justices of the peace within their several limits throughout the Realm

114.

May 23, 1585 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order granting pardon for all crimes committed before 1 May 1583

115.

June, 1585 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order declaring a general hosting on 1 July 1585

116.

June 14, 1585 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order punishing justices of peace for not executing their offices nor taking the oath of supremacy

117.

April, 1586 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 20 June 1587

118.

May, 1587 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin 20 July 1587

119.

November 4, 1587 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order disposing of lands in connection with the Earl of Desmond’s rebellion

120.

March 10, 1588 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order authorising provisions to be provided for troops

121.

June 30, 1588 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin 12 August 1588

122.

February 1, 1589 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 11]

Order for redress of the oppression of officers in Munster and taking up great and small achats

123.

May 30, 1589 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 20 June 1589

124.

November, 1589 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Proclamation imposing restraint of corn and victuals upon pain of death

125.

December 27, 1589 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order commanding all loyal subjects to appear at Galway on 12 January

126.

1590 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Proclamation inhibiting resorting to the well near Rathfarnham upon pain of death

127.

March, 1590 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin 18 May 1590

128.

May, 1590 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order prohibiting the sale of horses out of the Pale upon pain off death

129.

June, 1591 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 24 July 1591

130.

1592 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Proclamation restraining hawking

131.

June, 1593 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 16 July 1593

132.

March, 1594 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin 18 April 1594

133.

February 16, 1595 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 12]

Proclamation ordering all the goods and chattels of the traitors to be brought in

134.

April 9, 1595 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Order against the Earl of Tyrone

135.

June 12, 1595 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation offering a pardon to confederates of the Earl of Tyrone and other principle traitors in Ulster

136.

August 20, 1595 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation forbidding the import of gunpowder, or its sale except to noblemen, sheriffs and justices of peace

137.

August 20, 1595 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation restraining the carriage of corn out of any part of this Realm of Ireland

138.

April 20, 1596 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation prohibiting the extortion of soldiers

139.

July 16, 1596 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 16 August 1596

140.

May 23, 1597 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Order declaring a general hosting on 16 July 1597

141.

April 27, 1598 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Declaration ordering a general hosting to begin on 6 June 1598

142.

March, 1599 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Declaration ordering a general hosting to begin on 1 May 1599

143.

March 31, 1599 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation declaring Her Majesty’s resolution in sending her army into the Realm of Ireland

144.

October, 1599 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order revoking 38 knighthoods conferred by Essex

145.

March 7, 1600 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order concerning army debts

146.

April 12, 1600 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 20 May 1600

147.

August 10, 1600 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Proclamation restraining the sale of powder and arms in Ireland without special warrant

148.

November 22, 1600 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order offering a reward and pardon for the apprehension of Hugh O’Neill

149.

February, 1601 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order granting a general pardon with certain exceptions for the Province of Munster

150.

May, 1601 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin 30 June 1601

151.

May 20, 1601 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Order providing for a new coinage and the rate of exchange

152.

July 18, 1601 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Proclamation renewing the offer of a reward for the capture or death of the Earl of Tyrone, Hugh O’Neill

153.

May, 1602 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 1 June 1602

154.

June 2, 1602 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Proclamation denouncing head money for the arch-traitor Tyrone

155.

June 9, 1602 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Order for frauds on the exchange

156.

January 24, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Order for the exchange between England and Ireland

157.

March 10, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Order prohibiting traffic with Spain

158.

April 5, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 15]

Order proclaiming James I as only Sovereign, Lord and King of these Imperial Crowns

159.

April 18, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order for coinage

160.

June, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 1 August 1603

161.

October 11, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order for coinage and a new standard

162.

December 3, 1603 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Proclamation authorising money of Ireland to be current in England

163.

August 14, 1604 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order offering a reward for the apprehension of Jesuits, seminary and mass-priests

164.

August 14, 1604 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order announcing the King’s style

165.

November 26, 1604 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order establishing a port at Derry

166.

January 22, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 16]

Order reducing the value of the old mixed coin

167.

February 20, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order revoking commissions of martial law

168.

February 20, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order for the carrying of arms

169.

March 11, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order granting a pardon for offences before the King’s accession

170.

May 11, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order declaring a general hosting to begin on 3 July 1605

171.

July 4, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order enforcing uniformity in religion

172.

August 3, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order for the chief justices

173.

October 24, 1605 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order requiring regular attendance on public worship in the parish churches and publishing the Act of Uniformity [1560 (2 Eliz.) c. 2]

174.

March 10, 1606 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 17]

Order prohibiting the importation of arms, ammunition and military stores

175.

July 15, 1606 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order remedying defective titles

176.

November 11, 1606 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order abolishing the term ‘sterling’ in Ireland and establishing the value of the ‘harp-shilling’

177.

March 7, 1607 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order requiring the recorder and burgesses of Drogheda to return

178.

May 19, 1607 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order declaring English shilling to be current in Ireland at 16d. Irish

179.

September 7, 1607 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order addressing the inhabitants of Tyrone and Tyrconnell in connection with the flight of the Earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell

180.

November 9, 1607 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 18]

Order declaring that the lands of Tyrone and Tyrconnell have been taken into the King’s hands

181.

November 23, 1607 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order offering a reward for the capture of Lord Baron of Delvin

182.

April 23, 1608 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order offering a reward and pardon for the capture of Sir Cahir O’Dogherty and his adherent traitors, dead or alive

183.

July 7, 1608 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order in relation to the killing of O’Dogherty

184.

June 19, 1609 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order continuing the commission for surrendering lands in Tanistry

185.

October 21, 1609 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order for leases granted by spiritual persons

186.

July 10, 1610 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order forbidding foreign travel and recalling children sent abroad for education

187.

August 20, 1610 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 19]

Order for the plantation of the escheated lands in Donegal including grants to natives of the better sort and 4,000 acres to Trinity College, Dublin

188.

September 12, 1610 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Order extending the time for remedy of defective titles

189.

July 13, 1611 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Order for the prohibition of Jesuits and seminary priests

190.

August 21, 1611 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Proclamation ordering natives to pay the fourth sheaf on planted lands and then to depart

191.

June 4, 1612 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Proclamation declaring the royal care to have the estates of the undertakers preserved in peace

192.

October 31, 1612 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Proclamation enforcing certain laws including the prohibition of single women keeping taverns

193.

April, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Order summoning Parliament on 18 May 1613

194.

June 5, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Order proroguing Parliament to 15 July 1613

195.

July 7, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 20]

Order proroguing Parliament to 5 October 1613

196.

July 19, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation forbidding the imposing and levying of money taxed or to be raised under colour of paying the expenses of agents in England

197.

July 26, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Order concerning complaints in relation to Parliament

198.

July 27, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 3 November 1613

199.

October 13, 1613 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 3 May 1614

200.

February 3, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation determining the rate of certain wages

201.

February 7, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Order approving the Deputy of Ireland following complaints by certain noblemen

202.

March 3, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 4 July 1614

203.

May 19, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 11 October 1614

204.

May 31, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Order authorising the expulsion from Ireland of priests and Jesuits

205.

June 27, 1614 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 21]

Proclamation authorising the export out of Ireland of wares and merchandises except linen yarn

206.

April, 1615 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Proclamation prohibiting the holding of markets or fairs on the Sabbath day

207.

April, 1615 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Proclamation making current certain Spanish silver money

208.

December 21, 1616 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Order for wine licences

209.

March 17, 1617 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Proclamation forbidding spiritual persons to grant long leases

210.

October 13, 1617 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Proclamation enforcing the Proclamations against popish bishops and others

211.

April 25, 1618 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Order declaring that all births, deaths and marriages shall be registered and that Sir George Keir shall be appointed to the office of Public Registrar of Ireland

212.

October 1, 1618 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 22]

Proclamation ordering Irish to depart with all their belongings from lands given to planters in the plantation of Ulster

213.

October 3, 1618 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Proclamation prohibiting usury

214.

February 9, 1619 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Order appointing Melchier Van Pelkem as Post Master General in Ireland

215.

March 20, 1619 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Order prohibiting the bringing of arms into the country without licence

216.

April 8, 1619 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Order prohibiting travellers from carrying arms

217.

April 10, 1619 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Order for the granting of leases in Athlone to inhabitants of the religion of the established Church of England

218.

July 29, 1619 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Proclamation concerning the entering of goods in the Custom House

219.

June 2, 1620 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 23]

Proclamation for the late erected staple of wools

220.

March 3, 1621 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation for the licensing of ale houses

221.

July 18, 1621 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation for the customs and cranage for Dublin

222.

January 19, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation forbidding noblemen and gentlemen to send their sons abroad to avoid the evil effects of foreign education

223.

January 19, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation suspending sundry Letters Patent formerly granted

224.

March 15, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation explaining a previous Proclamation for the transportation of pipe staves and other goods

225.

July 27, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation for the Commission appointed by His Majesty to remedy civil and ecclesiastical errors

226.

August 24, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation for payments in connection with the plantation of lands in the midlands

227.

September 5, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation ordering that all revenue be paid to the Court of Exchequer in Ireland

228.

September 21, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation for the banishment of wandering Scottish-men

229.

September 28, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation authorising the use of farthing tokens

230.

November 23, 1622 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation prohibiting the export of corn and other produce

231.

April 18, 1623 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation directing that certain orders be observed for the prevention of the dearth of corn and grain

232.

July 19, 1623 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 25]

Proclamation for iron ordnance and related matters

233.

1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Proclamation forbidding the export of pipe staves

234.

January 13, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation prohibiting the importation and use of logwood

235.

January 21, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation banishing Jesuits and priests to remedy the abuses caused by them

236.

January 21, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation commanding the planters of Ulster not to expel the Irish nor allow any to settle or leave for the present

237.

February 26, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation prohibiting the sale of cattle except at fairs or markets

238.

February 27, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation concerning the officers of the Custom House

239.

March 1, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 26]

Proclamation standardising certain weights and measures

240.

April 1, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Proclamation concerning warlike munition and prohibition on the wearing of Irish dress including mantles, trouses and skeins

241.

April 5, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Order prohibiting the bringing in of arms without licence

242.

July 6, 1624 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Order authorising tithes, offerings and other ecclesiastical duties to be collected by Churches in the six escheated Counties of Ulster

243.

April 10, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Order proclaiming Charles I

244.

April 10, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Proclamation by the King to his people

245.

April 10, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 27]

Proclamation confirming that all those in office of government at the time of the death of King James shall continue in office

246.

June 11, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Order setting out rules for military discipline in Ireland

247.

June 25, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Order prohibiting the bringing in of arms without licence

248.

July 9, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Order for the issue of warrants to purchase gunpowder

249.

July 23, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Proclamation prohibiting markets on the Sabbath Day in Swords and Lusk and other towns

250.

August 4, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Proclamation declaring quarantine orders in relation to the plague in London

251.

August 25, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 28]

Proclamation banishing idle and wandering persons including Scotsmen without lawful business

252.

August 22, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation forbidding drivers and butchers to drive cattle by night and the buying of cattle except from fairs and markets

253.

August 24, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation providing that beggars and wandering persons (excluding children under the age of seven) are to be arrested, and whipped naked from the waist upwards till blood comes

254.

October 13, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation for a public fast and prayer to be held for the plague in England

255.

November 7, 1625 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation for the administration of Justice to all His Majesty’s subjects in his Kingdom of Ireland

256.

January 9, 1626 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation forbidding trade with Spain or the Arch-duchess

257.

July 20, 1626 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation for the payment of His Majesty’s revenues and rents to the receipt of the Exchequer

258.

September 23, 1626 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation prohibiting the export of cattle

259.

September 30, 1626 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Proclamation ordering transplanted Irish septs who return to the Queen’s County to leave within seven days on pain of death

260.

August 4, 1627 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Order for heralds’ fees at funerals

261.

September 1, 1627 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Order granting a stay on the exportation of cattle and other livestock

262.

December 13, 1627 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Order renewing grants of Ulster undertakers

263.

February 5, 1627 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Proclamation reforming the great abuses in weights and measures

264.

June 27, 1628 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 30]

Proclamation for the bringing in of corn to serve the market and for the punishment of sturdy beggars

265.

August 23, 1628 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Proclamation for the restraint of rebellious persons who commit outrages in hope of a general pardon

266.

October 20, 1628 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Proclamation deferring the assembly of Parliament to allow for compliance with Poyning’s Law

267.

April 1, 1629 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Order forbidding exercise of Roman ecclesiastical jurisdictions

268.

June, 1629 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Proclamation ordering the payment of all sums due to the Exchequer

269.

November 23, 1629 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Proclamation ordering soldiers not to collect assignments

270.

January 13, 1630 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 31]

Order setting out instructions to be observed by the sheriffs

271.

May 20, 1630 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Proclamation for dying woods to be brought in logs for the House of Correction

272.

June 30, 1630 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Order setting out places for revenue to be paid

273.

March 14, 1631 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Proclamation concerning defective titles in Ireland and methods of remedying same

274.

March 18, 1631 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Order for the export of grain from Ireland

275.

May 21, 1631 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Order for the monopoly of starch

276.

June 20, 1631 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 32]

Order for legal suits in connection with defective titles

277.

July 21, 1631 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Order forbidding observation of fast and feast days other than those authorised by the Church of England and Ireland

278.

February 4, 1632 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Order for the licensing of ale houses

279.

February 24, 1632 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Order for the collection of taxes on wines

280.

April 20, 1632 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Proclamation setting out the new Book of Rates in respect of goods traded with Ireland

281.

July 21, 1632 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Proclamation extending the time to remedy defective titles

282.

April 22, 1633 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 33]

Proclamation extending further the time to remedy defective titles

283.

October 8, 1633 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of corn and grain out of this Kingdom of Ireland

284.

October 22, 1633 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Order for the punishing of rogues, vagabonds and sturdy beggars and setting them to work

285.

December 17, 1633 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Proclamation for the payment of poundage

286.

December 27, 1633 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Proclamation for the payment of His Majesty’s rents and revenues

287.

January 16, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Proclamation declaring that coals are no longer available at King’s rates

288.

March 13, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 34]

Order for instructions to be observed by the officers of musters for the due keeping of the army at full strength

289.

May 23, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation that Parliament be held on 14 July 1634

290.

June 6, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation for the entertainment of soldiers

291.

June 24, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation calling home seafaring men and prescribing the wearing of flags

292.

September 16, 1634 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation for the passing of good farthing tokens

293.

April 10, 1635 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation for the importation of gunpowder and ammunition

294.

June 30, 1635 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation for the weaving of linen cloth

295.

August, 1635 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation prohibiting combinations of jurors

296.

September 17, 1635 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation declaring that nobility and gentry should be resident in Ireland and not depart without licence of the Lord Deputy

297.

May 31, 1636 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the reeling of yarn

298.

January 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the winding of yarn

299.

March 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the relief of poor prisoners

300.

March 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the boundaries of lands and the avoiding of law suits

301.

March 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the making and sale of cloth and woollen commodities

302.

April 6, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation for the abolishing of the title or name of Irish money or harps and reducing all accompts, receipts and payments to be made in sterling and English money

303.

July 13, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Order concerning tenures under the Commission of Defective Titles

304.

August 3, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Proclamation for the preservation of pheasants, partridges grows and mooregame

305.

October 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Order concerning the proof of title of landholders in Roscommon, Sligo, Mayo and Galway

306.

December 31, 1637 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Proclamation for licences for selling or retailing wine or aquavitae

307.

January 9, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Proclamation for the importation of tobacco

308.

February 22, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 37]

Proclamation for linen yarn

309.

February 23, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation for the sealing of tobacco

310.

October 16, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation preventing the defrauding of His Majesty’s customs

311.

December 20, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation prohibiting the importation of allome

312.

December 20, 1638 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation for the limited times available for passing of patents upon the Commission for the remedy of defective titles

313.

February 12, 1639 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation for glass making

314.

May 21, 1639 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 38]

Proclamation imposing an oath against the covenant on Scots settlers in Ireland

315.

December 19, 1639 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Proclamation for such as have not passed their estates upon His Majesty’s Commission of grace for remedy of defective titles

316.

February 1, 1640 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Proclamation ordering that Parliament be held on 16 March 1639

317.

March 28, 1640 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Order commanding officers to be at their posts at Dublin Castle or at their garrisons by 30 April 1640

318.

May 5, 1640 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Proclamation for the rendezvous in Ulster of pressed men

319.

May 21, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Proclamation disbanding the New Irish Army

320.

August 28, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 39]

Proclamation for the export of wool from Ireland to England

321.

September 23, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation for the securing of estates upon the Commission of Grace for remedy of defective titles

322.

October 23, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation for the rebellion in Ireland and the arrest of conspirators

323.

October 26, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation ordering all strangers to leave Dublin in one hour

324.

October 27, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 24 February next

325.

October 27, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation for the further adjournment of Michaelmas term owing to the rebellion raised by a multitude of evil-affected Irish Papists

326.

October 28, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation threatening death to any person harbouring strangers

327.

October 29, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Order clarifying the meaning of ‘Irish Papists’ as set out in a Proclamation of October 27, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

328.

October 30, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 40]

Order forbidding conspirators in the North of Ireland from claiming the King’s authority

329.

November, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Proclamation ordering the burning of all corn within 10 miles of Dublin if not brought in within 10 days

330.

November 1, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Order offering a pardon to sundry pillagers who have not shed blood

331.

November 11, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Proclamation for the discovery and removal of certain persons from the City of Dublin

332.

November 16, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Order appointing commissioners to confer with the rebels in Ulster and for the suspension of hostilities during the conference

333.

November 16, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Proclamation ordering the levy of troops and money

334.

November 17, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Declaration detesting the actions of the rebels by the Parliament of Ireland

335.

November 22, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 41]

Proclamation for the early assembly of both Houses of Parliament in Dublin

336.

November 22, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Proclamation ordering the immediate fortification of the City of Dublin and the suburbs thereof by all persons over 17

337.

November 27, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Proclamation declaring that a public fast is to be held in the City of Dublin every Friday

338.

December 13, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Order summoning the Earl of Fingal and confederate peers to appear in Dublin pledging the public faith for their security

339.

December 13, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Order for an assembly of 1,200 armed in Swords

340.

December 14, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Order authorising Ormond to burn rebels’ houses and goods in Clontarf, Raheny and Kilbarrick

341.

December 27, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament from January 11 next to 21 June 1642 at Dublin Castle

342.

December 28, 1641 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Order for the supply of corn and other produce to Dublin

343.

January 14, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 42]

Proclamation forbidding camp followers and for pillage

344.

January 15, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 43]

Proclamation for the price of wheat and other produce

345.

January 18, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 43]

Order prohibiting soldiers from departing for England without licence on pain of death

346.

February 8, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 43]

Order offering rewards for the chief rebels including £1000 for a head

347.

February, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 43]

Proclamation ordering all who have surprised castles to yield them by 25 March next

348.

April 30, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Order declaring a monthly fast in Dublin and suburbs

349.

June 10, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Proclamation annulling all protections in Dublin and Meath

350.

June 21, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Proclamation forbidding soldiers pillaging, cutting corn and other matters on pain of instant execution by martial law

351.

August 19, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Proclamation annulling protections granted in Ulster

352.

September 9, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Proclamation nominating commissioners to search for arms and make lists of all papists allowed to stay and ordered to leave Dublin

353.

October 14, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 44]

Order appointing 23 October a yearly day of thanksgiving for preservation from the popish and Jesuit conspiracy to seize Dublin

354.

November 18, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Proclamation ordering oaths to be taken for true musters

355.

December 31, 1642 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Order for the supply of corn from rebels’ lands

356.

January 14, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Proclamation calling in plate for the relief of the army

357.

February 9, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Proclamation concerning the ploughing and cultivation of rebels’ lands

358.

February 10, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Order for the supply of corn from rebels’ lands

359.

March 6, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 45]

Proclamation authorising ploughing and sowing of the lands freely in north County Dublin

360.

April 1, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation ordering all papists and others not housekeepers to leave Dublin within 6 days

361.

May 29, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation concerning the herring fishery and import of corn, victual, salt and other goods

362.

June 24, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation declaring excise rates on various goods

363.

July 8, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation for the coinage of small coin

364.

August 2, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation forbidding pillage of houses or goods in Dublin on pain of death

365.

August 19, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation raising an impost at Drogheda for the relief of the army

366.

August 19, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation raising an impost at Trim

367.

August 19, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation raising an impost on tobacco

368.

September 15, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation declaring the cessation of arms for one year following debate with the Confederation

369.

September 19, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation ordering the cessation of arms for 1 year

370.

September 21, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation cessation of arms for a year with the Supreme Council of the Confederate Catholics of Ireland

371.

December 18, 1643 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 47]

Proclamation ordering that the Solemn League and Covenant is not to be taken and no one is to enter this league

372.

March 29, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Proclamation denying a false report that goods sent to Dublin are seized and applied to the relief of papists

373.

April 12, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Order declaring warrants for advances to army to be lodged with muster master

374.

April 18, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Declaration for matters relating to the Solemn League and Covenant

375.

April 20, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Order forbidding those who would break the league between the Hollander and the Catholic confederates

376.

May 20, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Order for the raising of 6 months maintenance and taxation

377.

May 20, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Proclamation prohibiting any communication with the enemy’s ships in Dublin Bay

378.

May 20, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 48]

Proclamation authorising the entry of provisions by ships free from customs

379.

July 6, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Order for a general levy against the Scots army and declaration that an invasion is expected

380.

August 28, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Order for refugees in Dublin and other places and ordering them to return

381.

September 5, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Proclamation ordering further cessation of arms

382.

September 20, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Proclamation for the free export of herrings

383.

October 12, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Order for the raising of 6 months maintenance with reference to the army

384.

November 11, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Order revoking custodiums and matters relating to rent on land

385.

November 18, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 49]

Proclamation ordering a further cessation of arms

386.

December 3, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Proclamation declaring protections to compounders, importers and other persons

387.

December 4, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Order providing for the free import of provisions

388.

December 14, 1644 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Order for a charge of 2d. per acre on winter corn

389.

January 8, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Order postponing treaty negotiations till 10 February next

390.

January 13, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Proclamation declaring that the cessation of arms be continued till 31 March 1645

391.

February 7, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Proclamation for customs regulations

392.

February 7, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 50]

Proclamation forbidding the pulling down or defacing of houses without the consent of the proprietor on pain of death

393.

February 7, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Order revoking all protections from billeting with certain exceptions

394.

March 17, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Proclamation ordering all commanders and officers to repair to their several charges

395.

April 2, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Proclamation ordering the cessation to be continued until 30 April next

396.

April 16, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Order forbidding communication with the enemy’s ships

397.

April 22, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Order declaring cessation of arms be continued to 20 May next

398.

May 22, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 4 June next

399.

June 4, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 18 June next

400.

June 9, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 51]

Proclamation raising six months’ maintenance

401.

June 21, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 4 July next

402.

June 30, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 18 July next

403.

July 4, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Order rejecting certain recent declarations and protestations of the Confederation which were obtained in error

404.

July 17, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Proclamation fixing impositions on corn, flour and other produce

405.

July 24, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 31 July

406.

July 29, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Order declaring further cessation of arms until 15 August

407.

August 28, 1645 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 52]

Declaration explaining that the Oath of Association is to remain in force and not dissolved until the Treaty is confirmed by Parliament

408.

January 13, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Proclamation fixing imposition on corn, flour and other produce

409.

March 3, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Order concerning service in the proposed expedition issued by the Confederation

410.

March 16, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Declaration authorising assistance to be given to the Earl of Glamorgan against the Parliamentary forces landed at the Shannon

411.

April 14, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Order concerning ships and commerce

412.

May 21, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Order publishing the King’s intention to join the Scots, following Parliament ignoring the King’s offer of peace

413.

July 30, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Proclamation publishing Articles of Peace concluded with the confederate Catholics

414.

August 12, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 53]

Order rejecting the Articles of Peace because no mention is made of the Catholic religion and the security thereof

415.

August 19, 1646 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 54]

Order for the observance of the peace

416.

April 3, 1647 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 54]

Order for the protection of Roman Catholics in army quarters

417.

June 23, 1647 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 54]

Proclamation granting the protection of Parliament to all those paying contributions

418.

November 2, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Proclamation warning against robberies by tories and rebels upon Protestants

419.

March 4, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Order prohibiting the desertion of farms

420.

March 6, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Proclamation ordering deserters to return to their colours on pain of death

421.

March 6, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Order declaring kindred liable for the outrages of the Irish

422.

March 6, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Order for the protection of the market by asserting that no soldier to be no more than one mile from camp without leave on pain of death

423.

May 27, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Order forbidding the interference of the Nuncio in temporal affairs

424.

June 3, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Order warning the clergy to obey the cessation agreed with Lord Baron of Inchiquin

425.

July 7, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 55]

Declaration refuting certain matters for the cessation agreed with Lord Baron of Inchiquin

426.

July 28, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Order forbidding the Synod of Galway on 15 August 1648

427.

August 13, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Order denying protection to those who have joined up with Owen O’Neill on his advance to Leix

428.

August 20, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Order opposing Owen O’Neill who is stated to be against the cessation and in league with the Parliament

429.

September, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Declaration condemning the Nuncio’s Declaration which rejects the cessation

430.

September 14, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Order affirming the Roman Catholic religion of the assembly

431.

September 30, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 56]

Order declaring Owen O’Neill a traitor who has joined up with Parliamentary forces against the King

432.

September 30, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order declaring against Owen O’Neill and the Bishop of Clogher

433.

October 6, 1648 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order taking up the Government again

434.

January 17, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Declaration announcing the terms of a treaty of peace with the General Council of Catholics

435.

January 25, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order announcing that the appointment of judicatures is postponed until April next

436.

February 16, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order proclaiming Charles II

437.

February 17, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Proclamation declaring James Marques of Ormond as Lieutenant General and General Governor of the Kingdom of Ireland

438.

August 23, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order prohibiting profanity, drunkenness and Sabbath breaking

439.

December 8, 1649 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 57]

Order enforcing discipline on the forces of Lord Lieutenant Oliver Cromwell

440.

February 25, 1650 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Proclamation for robberies committed by tories and rebels upon Protestants

441.

July 30, 1650 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Proclamation appointing the first, second and third Tuesdays in August to be kept as days of public humiliation

442.

September 11, 1650 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Declaration encouraging tillage and husbandry

443.

January 2, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Proclamation prohibiting communication with the Parliamentary army

444.

February 8, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Order prohibiting the killing of lambs

445.

March 1, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Proclamation ordering the inhabitants of Waterford to leave within 3 months, due to it being a centre of piracy and its obstinacy in refusing peace

446.

March 19, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 58]

Order for the letting of waste houses and lands

447.

March 19, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Declaration ordering treasurers of the revenue not to pay out any money without due warrants

448.

March 22, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order prohibiting the cutting of timber or quickset hedges

449.

April 11, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Declaration excluding certain named places from protection

450.

April 22, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order authorising the arrest of the 1641 rebels who murdered non-military Protestants

451.

April 22, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order prohibiting the export of horses, cattle or sheep owing to the decay of live stock

452.

April 28, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Declaration removing wives, children and families of rebels in or near garrisons

453.

April 28, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order for the preservation of meadow land

454.

May 1, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order prohibiting the intermarriage of officers or soldiers with Irish women

455.

May 5, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 59]

Order authorising the apprehension of rogues, vagabonds and sturdy beggars

456.

May 20, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order prohibiting the export of hides

457.

May 20, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order authorising the due collection of ecclesiastical revenues

458.

May 25, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order authorising the imprisonment of sturdy beggars and others and erect stocks in convenient places

459.

June 12, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order appointing 13 June a day of thanksgiving for the army

460.

July 1, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order encouraging English Protestant tradesmen to settle in Dublin

461.

August 28, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Declaration ordering a solemn fast on 28 August 1651 on account of the plague in Dublin and other matters

462.

September 10, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Declaration encouraging fishermen from Ulster during the herring season

463.

October 22, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Proclamation declaring thanksgiving for Worcester on 24 October 1651

464.

November 18, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Proclamation declaring a day of thanksgiving on 26 November 1651 for the taking of Limerick and other matters

465.

December 6, 1651 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Proclamation declaring days of public humiliation on 11 and 18 December 1651 for the death of the Lord Deputy and other matters

466.

January 2, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 60]

Order encouraging rebels to lay down arms

467.

January 2, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order declaring that all those taken into protection who take up arms against Parliament shall be put to death

468.

January 13, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order concerning the resort of the rebels to the army

469.

January 13, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order cutting off supplies from rebels and licensing certain activities in garrison towns only

470.

February 13, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order identifying parts of Ireland out of protection

471.

March 12, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Declaration refusing Gerald Fitzgerald’s offer of peace on behalf of an Irish assembly

472.

March 25, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order restraining passage overseas without special licence from the Lord Deputy

473.

April 29, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Declaration for the discovery of rebels who are harboured in garrisons or protected places

474.

May 12, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 61]

Order prohibiting the aiding of rebels with provisions

475.

May 22, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Declaration offering rewards and pardons in connection with the murders of 1641

476.

June 21, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order declaring a day of humiliation on 30 June 1652

477.

June 21, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Declaration advising of the appointment of Oliver Cromwell as Commander-in-Chief in Ireland as in England

478.

July 2, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order for the tanning of leather

479.

July 14, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order prohibiting the Irish in arms to go from county to county without special licence

480.

September 7, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order preventing the transportation of cattle, other livestock and produce

481.

October 11, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order for taking the submission of the Irish

482.

November 5, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Order concerning the value of coin

483.

November 18, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 62]

Declaration prohibiting the malting of oats due to scarcity

484.

December 14, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Proclamation extending the time for taking the engagement in connection with the submission of the Irish

485.

December 15, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Declaration putting the precinct of Belturbet out of protection having again rebelled

486.

December 15, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Declaration putting out of protection such islands, loughs and bogs as harbour the revolting Irish who shall be taken, slain and destroyed

487.

December 18, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Order declaring Wexford, Carlow and Kildare taken into protection

488.

December 21, 1652 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Order outlining rules for the government of Irish garrisons

489.

January 6, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Order banishing all Jesuits, seminary priests and persons in popish and to leave Ireland within twenty days

490.

February 11, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Order limiting the time for claims for robbery

491.

February 25, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p 63]

Order for the pricing of wine

492.

April 1, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 63]

Declaration ordering that sufficient hay land is kept and delivered to the garrisons

493.

April 12, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Declaration concerning measures and weights

494.

April 29, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Declaration appointing days of fast on 4 and 11 May 1653 for the change of government

495.

May 12, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Declaration concerning the multitudes of vagrant poor caused by the devastation of the rebellion

496.

May 23, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Order transplanting Scots from Ulster to Leinster and Munster

497.

June 7, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Orders concerning persons infected with plague

498.

June 29, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Declaration offering rewards for the killing of wolves

499.

June 29, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 64]

Declaration concerning the licensing of alcohol which is a cause of drunkenness and licentiousness in all sorts of people

500.

July 1, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Order expatriating vagrant able bodied women and children to English plantations in America

501.

July 15, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration concerning claims on lands forfeited to the Commonwealth since 1641

502.

July 22, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Order extending the ban on inter-marriage with Irish women to all civil officers

503.

August 5, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration granting indemnity to the soldiers for acts of war done in Ireland

504.

August 24, 1653 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration for the settling of debts

505.

January 30, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Proclamation publishing a Proclamation of December 16, 1653 [Steele Vol. 1 p. 364] proclaiming Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector

506.

April 5, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration publishing an Ordinance which makes murder high treason

507.

April 12, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration prohibiting the export of brass except with special licence

508.

May 31, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Order prohibiting any papist, Irish or other, whatever his nation, to teach school or instruct children

509.

June 28, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 65]

Declaration for the regulation of ale-houses

510.

July 8, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration prohibiting acts of drunkenness

511.

July 17, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Order removing papists from Dublin and surrounding areas by 1 May 1654

512.

August 1, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Order granting full pardon to all British and Protestants of the province of Munster with some exceptions

513.

August 30, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration for idlers and sturdy beggars

514.

September 8, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration prohibiting the keeping of days vulgarly called holy days under a penalty that such offenders do repair highways

515.

September 13, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Proclamation establishing the order of government by the Lord Deputy and Council

516.

September 14, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 14]

Declaration ordering a day of humiliation for aid to the Lord Deputy in the discharge of his magistracy

517.

November 7, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration concerning ale-houses

518.

November 14, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration concerning the compounding for Protestant estates out of Munster

519.

November 25, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Order concerning the ringing of hogs or swine

520.

November 30, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 66]

Declaration ordering the removal of Irish papist proprietors with their wives, children and families from Leinster, Munster and Ulster to Connaught

521.

December 22, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Declaration suppressing the superstitious keeping of days not warranted by God’s word

522.

December 23, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Declaration offering rewards for the destruction of wolves

523.

December 26, 1654 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Declaration extending time for the composition of estates

524.

January 1, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Proclamation concerning a return of real and personal estates in Munster

525.

January 24, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Order authorising commission for trial of tories and other Irish rebels to determine charges of massacre and other charges

526.

February 12, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Declaration authorising the removal of popish recusants and others from Dublin within forty eight hours

527.

February 27, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Order extending time to 20 May next for transplanting persons into Connaught due to heavy rains

528.

March 7, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 67]

Declaration ordering the sale of corn belonging to those who have not complied with the transplantation to Connaught

529.

March 12, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration concerning the provision of grass and hay for army horses

530.

April 2, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering all outstanding rents to be paid

531.

April 3, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering that no transplanted person return across the Shannon without special licence

532.

April 13, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration prohibiting Easter holidays due to idolatry, superstition and drunkenness

533.

April 18, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering the apprehension of four persons of popish religion to be transported to America in the event of a murder of a protected person

534.

April 28, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering a day of fast on 3 May 1655 in view of the pestilence

535.

May 11, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering fines to be imposed on delinquent English and British Protestants of Munster

536.

May 18, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 68]

Declaration ordering the removal of all Irish papists remaining within Dublin

537.

May 21, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Declaration ordering that all leaseholders of Irish tenants must forfeit leases

538.

May 21, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Declaration setting out regulations for licences to Irish servants of Protestant proprietors

539.

May 28, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Declaration ordering commission of trial for tories and Irish rebels

540.

June 15, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Declaration appointing 5 July 1655 as a day of humiliation

541.

June 27, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Declaration for the collection of £30,000 to prevent the troops from taking free quarter

542.

July 9, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Proclamation for the removal and prevention of mistakes in government

543.

July 14, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Order for the enforcement of Proclamations as to transplantation

544.

July 23, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 69]

Order for the letting of Commonwealth property including bishops’ lands

545.

July 27, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Order for unsatisfied arrears of pay of those who have served the Commonwealth of England in Ireland

546.

August 7, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Order extending the time until 25 December 1655 for compounding of estates

547.

August 16, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Declaration ordering Irish not transplantable to gather into villages

548.

August 17, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Declaration reviving the Order banishing all priests

549.

September 5, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Order removing the restraint on the export of provisions

550.

September 6, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Declaration for the collection of £10,000 by the Commission for three months assessment

551.

October 3, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Order offering rewards for the arrest or heads of tories

552.

October 26, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Declaration ordering rents to be paid into the Exchequer

553.

October 28, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Declaration concerning sons and heirs of unfriendly proprietors

554.

November 3, 1655 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Order declaring a day of fast on 8 November 1655 marking the sufferings of the Protestants of Savoy

555.

March 28, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Order declaring a solemn fast to be held on 3 and 17 April 1656

556.

April 7, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Proclamation prolonging the Court of Claims at Athlone

557.

April 14, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Declaration offering a reward of £5 for the discovery and punishment of Jesuits and seminary priests

558.

April 15, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Declaration ordering that no mercy be shown to tories and woodkerns

559.

July, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Declaration setting out the means for the conversion of the Irish and the elimination of the Irish language

560.

July 7, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Order offering rewards for the destruction of wolves

561.

July 7, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Proclamation declaring a day of thanksgiving on 5 November 1656 celebrating the defeat of the Spanish fleet

562.

October 21, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Declaration ordering that rents for Commonwealth lands in Leinster be paid

563.

December 10, 1656 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 71]

Proclamation offering grace to the tories

564.

1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Declaration concerning coinage

565.

January 23, 1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Order enforcing laws against vagrants and ale-houses

566.

February 16, 1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Order declaring a day of thanksgiving on 27 February for the preservation of the Lord Protector

567.

March 2, 1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Declaration putting Irish out of port towns, walled towns and garrisons

568.

March 4, 1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Declaration abolishing transplantation to the West Indies

569.

June 19, 1657 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Declaration for the observation of the Lord’s Day

570.

January 17, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Proclamation concerning gunpowder

571.

January 20, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 72]

Order concerning reports on ministers and schoolmasters

572.

January 29, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Declaration ordering all transplanted persons not in Connaught to be arrested

573.

February 11, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Declaration renewing the rewards offered for the destruction of wolves

574.

March 10, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Proclamation for the levying and payment of excise

575.

June 9, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Order concerning the export of wool

576.

July 19, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Declaration encouraging the discovery of concealed lands

577.

September 11, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Order proclaiming Richard Cromwell as Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland

578.

September 14, 1658 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Proclamation for the continuation of office

579.

May 2, 1659 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Declaration concerning popish priests

580.

May 9, 1659 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Proclamation for the preservation of peace

581.

June 27, 1659 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 73]

Declaration ordering shipmasters to bring return cargos of coal

582.

December 28, 1659 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration ordering a day of thanksgiving on 3 January next for the return of the Long Parliament

583.

January 9, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration concerning the actions of the army and the trial of certain officers and soldiers

584.

January 11, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration ordering the arrest of messengers from Duncannon and a charge of high treason against Lieutenant General Ludlow

585.

February 18, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration for a free Parliament including those sitting on 11 October 1659 and those excluded in December 1648

586.

April 4, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration for the trusted General Monck and the evils of successive revolutions

587.

April 13, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 74]

Declaration for the adherence by the army in Ireland to the English authorities

588.

May 1, 1660 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 75]

Declaration expressing detestation of the unjust proceedings against the late King

589.

May 14, 1660 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 3]

Proclamation declaring Charles II King

590.

May 28, 1660 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 4]

Declaration suppressing tories and woodkerns

591.

May 30, 1660 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 5]

Proclamation enforcing the laws against vicious, debauched and profane persons

592.

June 1, 1660 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 5]

Proclamation ordering the capture of Irish rebels

593.

September 24, 1660 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 6]

Declaration continuing the collection of customs and excise

594.

January 2, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 8]

Declaration continuing the excise and new impost pending the summoning of a Parliament

595.

January 5, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 9]

Declaration promising redress of the grievances of subjects, by settling the church, administering justice, and preparing laws

596.

January 9, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 12]

Declaration concerning the hearing of grievances about restitution of lands, in accordance with the King’s instructions of 31 December 1660

597.

January 19, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 13]

Proclamation pardoning tories or woodkerns who render themselves to the authorities

598.

January 21, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 15]

Proclamation ordering a day of humiliation on 30 January 1661, the anniversary of the execution of Charles I

599.

January 22, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 17]

Proclamation prohibiting assemblies of papists, Presbyterians, independents and others

600.

January 29, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 19]

Proclamation declaring certain foreign gold and silver coins as currency and setting their value

601.

February 7, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 21]

Proclamation making arrangements for payment of rents due on adventurers’, soldiers’ and transplanted persons’ lands

602.

February 16, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 22]

Proclamation appointing commissioners to ascertain rents due to the Crown

603.

February 16, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 22]

Proclamation appointing collectors of Crown rents

604.

February 23, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 23]

Proclamation prohibiting the disturbance of adventurers or soldiers in the occupation of their lands

605.

February 23, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 24]

Proclamation prohibiting drunkenness, cursing, swearing and profaning of the Lords’ Day

606.

March 26, 1661 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 78]

Proclamation announcing that Parliament is to be held in Dublin on 8 May 1661

607.

March 27, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 27]

Proclamation ascertaining the debt due to adventurers

608.

March 30, 1661 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 78]

Order remitting additional duty on exported oxen

609.

April 1, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 28]

Proclamation requiring innocent Catholics to put in their claims to be restored to their lands

610.

April 15, 1661 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 78]

Declaration ordering a day of prayer on 2 May 1661 for the Parliaments of Scotland, England and Ireland

611.

April 17, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 30]

Proclamation concerning arrears of pay due to army officers

612.

May 17, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 32]

Proclamation concerning ecclesiastical government

613.

May 18, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 33]

Proclamation permitting beneficiaries of lands granted in the 1650s to retain possession for one year

614.

May 28, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 35]

Declaration condemning the Solemn League and Covenant

615.

May 31, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 35]

Declaration continuing the customs, excise and new impost until 1 September 1661

616.

June 19, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 36]

Proclamation continuing the collection of Crown rents

617.

June 21, 1661 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 79]

Order deferring the commissions for finding of offices post mortem

618.

July 12, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 37]

Proclamation setting out the requirements for entering and putting in claims for lands in Ireland

619.

July 31, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 38]

Declaration continuing until 1 December 1661 the payment of customs, excise and new impost

620.

July 31, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 40]

Declaration raising money by a poll tax

621.

August 15, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 41]

Proclamation requiring the payment of rents, quit rents and other moneys due to the Crown

622.

August 17, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 42]

Proclamation forbidding the making and use of brass or copper tokens

623.

August 20, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 43]

Proclamation requiring adventurers to put in claims by 15 September 1661 pursuant to Charles II’s Declaration for the settlement of Ireland

624.

September 10, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 47]

Proclamation offering a reward and other matters related to the apprehension of Halsey and Walter Butler

625.

September 10, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 48]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of concealed lands before 30 November 1661

626.

September 13, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 49]

Proclamation forbidding the making or use of brass or copper tokens

627.

September 16, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 50]

Proclamation preventing the unlawful leave of absence by army officers

628.

September 16, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 50]

Proclamation prohibiting the unlicensed import of gunpowder and munitions and ordering the seizure of stocks

629.

October 10, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 50]

Proclamation prohibiting the unlicensed import of gunpowder and other matters

630.

October 14, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 53]

Proclamation detailing Government instructions for the sale of gunpowder

631.

November 7, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 57]

Proclamation ordering that firearms are not to be worn while travelling nor brought into garrisons

632.

November 7, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 58]

Proclamation continuing the employment of the collectors of Crown rents

633.

November 20, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 60]

Proclamation continuing during the prorogation of Parliament the payment of customs, excise and new impost

634.

November 22, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 62]

Proclamation concerning the payment of Crown rents

635.

December 7, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 64]

Proclamation continuing until 25 March 1662 the payment of customs, excise and new impost

636.

December 10, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 65]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 22 January 1662

637.

December 10, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 65]

Proclamation concerning an apprehended Catholic conspiracy

638.

December 24, 1661 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 67]

Proclamation offering a reward for the arrest of a Catholic priest

639.

January 20, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 68]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament

640.

February 13, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 68]

Proclamation concerning complaints about the double poll tax

641.

February 19, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 70]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament

642.

February 27, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 70]

Proclamation continuing the employment of the collectors of Crown rents

643.

March 6, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 72]

Proclamation continuing the collection and payment of customs, excise and new impost

644.

March 17, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 73]

Proclamation releasing imprisoned priests, friars, Jesuits and others on bond

645.

March 22, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 74]

Proclamation continuing the collection of customs, excise and new impost

646.

March 24, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 75]

Proclamation prohibiting the export of grain without licence

647.

April 30, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 76]

Proclamation declaring that indulgence of recusants, non-conformists, and sectaries is to cease and the uniformity laws are to be executed

648.

June 21, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 77]

Proclamation continuing the payment of customs, excise and new impost taxes

649.

June 23, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 77]

Proclamation concerning the export of sheep and deer hides and other goods

650.

July 16, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 80]

Proclamation authorising a public collection for the relief of the inhabitants of Castlelyons, County Cork

651.

July 23, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 81]

Proclamation prohibiting the exaction by soldiers of ‘delinquent money’ or ‘riding money’ on rents and debts due to the Crown

652.

August 4, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 82]

Proclamation requiring tax collectors to perfect their accounts

653.

August 15, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 85]

Proclamation forbidding assignments of crown rents and debts and ordering due and prompt payment

654.

August 18, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 88]

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to their commands, garrisons and quarters

655.

August 29, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 88]

Proclamation concerning petitions to the Lord Lieutenant

656.

September 15, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 89]

Proclamation exempting customs on foreign and colonial produce

657.

September 19, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 91]

Proclamation declaring that Mexico pillar pieces pass as currency

658.

September 19, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 92]

Proclamation appointing places for the lading and landing of goods for export and import

659.

September 22, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 95]

Proclamation forbidding the cutting down of woods on adventurers’ and soldiers’ lands

660.

October 2, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 96]

Proclamation regulating the manner and forms of putting in claims under the Act of Settlement [1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 2]

661.

October 17, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 100]

Proclamation extending the submission date for putting in claims relating to the land settlement

662.

November 12, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 102]

Proclamation suppressing unlawful assemblies of Catholics and dissenters

663.

November 14, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 104]

Proclamation preserving game near Dublin and at the Curragh for the recreation of the Lord Lieutenant and Council

664.

December 18, 1662 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 106]

Proclamation providing for the payment of debts owed by soldiers

665.

January 28, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 107]

Proclamation exempting certain commodities from higher rates payable on foreign and colonial produce

666.

March 18, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 109]

Proclamation extending the submission date for putting in claims relating to the land settlement

667.

April 10, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 111]

Proclamation enforcing the payment of crown rents and debts

668.

April 30, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 112]

Proclamation making arrangements for the more ready dispatch of subjects’ petitions, orders and warrants

669.

May 21, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 113]

Proclamation concerning a conspiracy to overthrow the government and the apprehension of the conspirators

670.

May 21, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 114]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

671.

May 22, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 115]

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to their quarters and attend to their duties

672.

May 23, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 115]

Proclamation concerning the arrest of Thomas Blood and others for conspiracy

673.

May 27, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 116]

Proclamation extending various submission dates for putting in claims relating to the land settlement

674.

June 3, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 123]

Proclamation extending the time for payment by adventurers and soldiers of rents due

675.

June 26, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 123]

Proclamation ordering the burning by the common hangman of a book about The Murthers and Massacres Committed on the Irish

676.

June 29, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 124]

Proclamation assuring recusants and nonconformists that they will not be prosecuted before a specified date

677.

July 1, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 126]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

678.

August 3, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 126]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

679.

August 5, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 127]

Proclamation concerning the restitution to owners of arms lately seized and the terms applying to such restitution

680.

August 26, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 128]

Proclamation concerning licences for selling wines and strong waters

681.

August 28, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 130]

Proclamation requiring grants under the Great Seal of England and Orders made by the Irish Council to be registered in Ireland

682.

September 4, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 131]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

683.

September 8, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 131]

Proclamation concerning the abduction of children

684.

September 9, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 131]

Proclamation extending the time for lodging adventurers’ surveys

685.

October 31, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 132]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

686.

November 11, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 132]

Proclamation extending the time for lodging adventurers’ claims

687.

December 19, 1663 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 132]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

688.

January 22, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 133]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

689.

February 6, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 133]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

690.

February 22, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 134]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

691.

February 27, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 134]

Proclamation extending the customs exemptions already provided for on certain foreign and colonial produce

692.

May 6, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 136]

Proclamation extending the time for payment of adventurers’ rents

693.

May 27, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 137]

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to quarters

694.

August 29, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 137]

Proclamation quarantining ships from the Low Countries infected by plague

695.

September 12, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 139]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

696.

October 1, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 139]

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to quarters

697.

October 13, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 140]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

698.

November 17, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 140]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

699.

December 19, 1664 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 141]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

700.

January 7, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 142]

Proclamation encouraging seamen in the King’s service

701.

January 21, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 145]

Proclamation concerning the payment of adventurers rents

702.

February 10, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 147]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

703.

February 14, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 147]

Proclamation extending the customs exemptions

704.

March 30, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 148]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

705.

April, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 148]

Proclamation regulating the cloth and woollen trades

706.

April 15, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 156]

Proclamation enforcing payment of crown rents and debts

707.

April 18, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 157]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

708.

May 18, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 157]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

709.

June 22, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 157]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

710.

June 22, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 158]

Proclamation appointing 4 July 1665 as a day of thanksgiving for a naval victory

711.

July 24, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 159]

Proclamation appointing the first Wednesday of every month as a day of fasting and humiliation on account of the plague in London

712.

July 24, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 159]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament

713.

July 26, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 160]

Proclamation concerning the preservation of the health of the citizens of Dublin

714.

July 28, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 160]

Proclamation ordering quarantine of ships’ passengers on account of plague

715.

August 16, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 160]

Proclamation extending customs exemptions

716.

August 19, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 163]

Proclamation ordering the quarantine of ships’ passengers on account of plague

717.

August 21, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 163]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 5 October 1665

718.

September 16, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 163]

Proclamation concerning the payment of crown rents and other matters

719.

September 18, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 165]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 26 October 1665

720.

October 19, 1665 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 165]

Proclamation appointing 8 November 1665 as a day of fasting for the plague in London

721.

November 28, 1665 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 70]

Proclamation concerning the resumption of the receipt of the Exchequer of rents and dues

722.

January 22, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 167]

Proclamation concerning the payment of a year’s rent on lands let to Roman Catholics

723.

February 8, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 167]

Proclamation requiring that the law against profane cursing and swearing be enforced

724.

February 28, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 167]

Proclamation publishing the Declaration of war against France

725.

March 24, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 170]

Proclamation prohibiting thefts from prize ships in Irish ports

726.

April 9, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 172]

Proclamation concerning issues raised by the commissioners for executing the Act of Settlement [1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 2] and the Act of Explanation [1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 2] with regard to implementing the said Acts

727.

April 12, 1666 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 94]

Order declaring that protections granted by Irish peers are annulled for two years

728.

April 14, 1666 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 94]

Order declaring protections granted by members in Parliament are annulled for two years

729.

April 27, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 178]

Proclamation concerning the payment of a levy on the lands of Roman Catholics

730.

May 16, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 181]

Proclamation extending to 31 July 1666 the time for taking out decrees

731.

June 8, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 182]

Proclamation ordering a day of public humiliation, fasting and prayers for the King’s armies and fleets

732.

June 25, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 182]

Proclamation concerning the claims of the ’49 officers to forfeited lands

733.

June 25, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 183]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward in relation to murders and other offences committed by Dultagh alias Dudly Costelo and others

734.

July 12, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 185]

Proclamation announcing the fees to be paid in purchasing arms in private possession for the militia

735.

August 13, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 186]

Proclamation enforcing the laws against soldiers leaving service without licence

736.

August 15, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 186]

Proclamation concerning the obstruction of fishing by landowners on the coast and encouraging the fishing project of Thomas Walker and Company

737.

August 15, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 189]

Proclamation appointing 6 September 1666 as a day of thanksgiving for the naval victory of 25 July 1666

738.

August 15, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 190]

Proclamation concerning the location of concealed firearms and their return to their owners

739.

August 15, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 191]

Proclamation appointing receivers of the hearth money

740.

September 4, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 191]

Proclamation concerning the Canary Islands Company Charter and Privileges

741.

September 22, 1666 [P.O.I Vol. 1 p. 195]

Proclamation appointing 10 October 1666 as a day of fasting to mark the fire of London

742.

September 26, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 196]

Proclamation requiring all cities and towns to apply for new charters

743.

November 15, 1666 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 196]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for information relating to the taking of named rebels

744.

January 5, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 198]

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to quarters

745.

January 7, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 199]

Proclamation authorising the purchase of trumpets, colours, drums and other trophies for the militia

746.

January 23, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 199]

Proclamation exempting for two years certain commodities from higher rates payable on foreign and colonial produce

747.

February 11, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 201]

Proclamation allowing partial payment of taxes in the form of wheat and oatmeal in lieu of subsidies available

748.

February 22, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 206]

Proclamation remitting penalties innocently incurred under the Act [1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 9] for advancement of the linen manufacture

749.

March 21, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 211]

Proclamation enforcing the hearth tax and the eradication of abuses in its collection

750.

April 1, 1667 [L.G., Issue No. 149]

Proclamation removing all restraints on the exportation of all commodities of growth and manufacture in the Kingdom of Ireland

751.

April 29, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 214]

Proclamation extending the time for payment of taxes in the form of wheat and oatmeal

752.

April 29, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 214]

Proclamation extending the time for paying the levy on the lands of Roman Catholics

753.

June 7, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 215]

Proclamation removing constraints on the export of commodities from Ireland

754.

July 31, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 215]

Proclamation concerning claims for abatement of quit rents

755.

August 24, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 216]

Proclamation announcing peace with Denmark

756.

August 24, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 217]

Proclamation announcing peace with France

757.

August 24, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 217]

Proclamation announcing peace with the Dutch Republic

758.

September 11, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 218]

Proclamation enforcing payment of rents and debts due to the Crown

759.

September 14, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 219]

Proclamation requiring soldiers who brew, make and sell beer, ale and strong waters to pay excise and licence

760.

October 15, 1667 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 221]

Proclamation requiring justices of the peace to assist in the collection of duties

761.

February 3, 1668 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 222]

Proclamation concerning the currency of the French Louis d’Or

762.

June 3, 1668 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 222]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for taking dead or alive named rebels who fail to surrender by a designated date

763.

July 10, 1668 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 226]

Proclamation requiring claims for reduction of quit rent to be made before a certain date

764.

January 29, 1669 (P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 228)

Proclamation requiring army officers to return to quarters

765.

August 9, 1669 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 229]

Proclamation prohibiting the import of foreign grain and corn into Ireland

766.

August 26, 1669 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 230]

Proclamation assessing hearth money where there are no hearths

767.

October 1, 1669 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 231]

Proclamation requiring the restoration of records missing from Dublin Castle

768.

October 29, 1669 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 231]

Proclamation requiring commissioners and collectors of subsidies to complete their returns

769.

November 26, 1669 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 232]

Proclamation requiring Letters Patent to be passed pursuant to the Act of Settlement [1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 2] and the Act of Explanation [1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 2]

770.

November 30, 1669 [L.G., Issue No. 425]

Order regarding the passing of Letters Patent for lands, tenements and hereditaments

771.

March 21, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 233]

Proclamation appointing collectors of the hearth money

772.

March 21, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 234]

Proclamation appointing commissioners for crown rents

773.

March 28, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 235]

Proclamation extending the time for passing Letters Patent pursuant to the Act of Settlement [1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 2] and the Act of Explanation [1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 2]

774.

April 29, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 235]

Proclamation offering reward for taking of named rebels and reiterating a previous Proclamation for the apprehension of rebels

775.

June 1, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 239]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension dead or alive of certain proclaimed tories and rebels

776.

June 14, 1670 [L.G., Issue No. 480]

Proclamation commanding that the main outlaws involved in violence submit to trial, a reward is promised for their apprehension

777.

June 22, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 242]

Proclamation publishing the table of fees payable to sheriffs and other persons

778.

July 6, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 249]

Proclamation extending the period for payment of rent on lands of Roman Catholics, adventurers and soldiers

779.

August 17, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 250]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension dead or alive of named rebels in County Tipperary who do not surrender

780.

September 2, 1670 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 252]

Proclamation requiring that all buildings to be constructed in Dublin be of brick or stone and requiring that thatch be replaced within a year by slated and tiled roofs

781.

April 15, 1671 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 253]

Proclamation requiring army officers to certify that soldiers have been paid

782.

October 9, 1671 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 254]

Proclamation concerning the granting of new charters

783.

October 20, 1671 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 256]

Proclamation appointing commissioners of the revenue

784.

November 24, 1671 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 257]

Proclamation concerning money due to the officers of 1649

785.

March 8, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 258]

Proclamation declaring the King’s Letter permitting Roman Catholics to live and trade in towns

786.

March 27, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 261]

Proclamation appointing a day of fasting and prayer for the army and fleet

787.

July 9, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 262]

Proclamation warning against the spreading of false news and intermeddling with affairs of State and Government

788.

July 29, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 263]

Proclamation licensing pedlars, chapmen and gray merchants

789.

October 21, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 293]

Proclamation suspending all prosecutions and suits out of the late rebellion and war

790.

October 25, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 295]

Proclamation concerning tolls and customs

791.

November 22, 1672 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 296]

Proclamation requiring army officers and soldiers to return to quarters

792.

January 24, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 297]

Proclamation disavowing false reports of the King’s intention to weaken the Act of Settlement [1662 (14 & 15 Chas. 2 sess. 4) c. 2] and the Act of Explanation [1665 (17 & 18 Chas. 2) c. 2]

793.

February 4, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 298]

Proclamation requiring magistrates and law officers to protect Anthony Egan

794.

February 7, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 299]

Proclamation authorising the master of the revels to mount performances

795.

February 18, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 301]

Proclamation for the payment of soldiers’ arrears, and forbidding compositions

796.

July 28, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 304]

Proclamation for the enforcement of laws against export of money and precious metals

797.

October 17, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 305]

Proclamation forbidding the making of brass or copper tokens without licence

798.

October 27, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 307]

Proclamation expelling Archbishop Peter Talbot and all Catholic priests exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction, and suppressing Catholic religious foundations

799.

November 8, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 309]

Proclamation requiring Catholics to surrender unlicensed firearms

800.

November 29, 1673 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 311]

Proclamation requiring all public officials to return particulars of their fees

801.

March 2, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 315]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of named robbers and burglars

802.

April 27, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 316]

Proclamation expelling Archbishop Peter Talbot and all Catholic clergy exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction, and suppressing Catholic religious foundations

803.

May 18, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 319]

Proclamation enforcing laws against engrossers, forestallers and exporters of corn, grain, etc.

804.

October 5, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 321]

Proclamation prohibiting transportation of corn, grain and meal out of Ulster

805.

December 14, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 322]

Proclamation offering a reward for taking Redmond O’Hanlon and other named rebels

806.

December 14, 1674 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 324]

Proclamation enforcing laws against engrossers, forestallers and exporters of grain, corn and malt

807.

March 1, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 345]

Proclamation raising the allowances to judges on circuit to ease the burden on sheriffs

808.

June 10, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 347]

Proclamation that no future protections be granted to tories, though protections already granted before 24 June 1675 are to be honoured

809.

July 7, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 349]

Proclamation order enforcing statute of 1449 (28 Hen. 6) requiring all subjects to assist in the taking, apprehending and killing of notorious thieves and robbers

810.

July 26, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 351]

Proclamation enforcing laws against the export of money and precious metals

811.

December 15, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 352]

Proclamation appointing trustees to consider concealed securities intended for the satisfaction of the ’49 officers

812.

December 20, 1675 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 354]

Proclamation appointing commissioners of the revenue and making interim arrangements for revenue collection

813.

May 26, 1676 [L.G., Issue No. 1100]

Proclamation declaring that the Commissions granted to Sir Charles Meridith and others appointing them Chief Commissioners and Governors of His Majesty’s Revenue in Ireland, are annulled and vacated

814.

June 26, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 359]

Proclamation proving for an abatement of quit rents and for their collection

815.

June 26, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 361]

Proclamation appointing commissioner to hear claims of transplantees to Connacht and County Clare

816.

June 30, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 364]

Proclamation about the hearing of claims of transplantees to Connacht and Clare

817.

August 23, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 369]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of Patrick Fleming

818.

August 23, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 369]

Proclamation against levying money on counties by illegal grand jury presentments

819.

October 16, 1676 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 370]

Proclamation offering a reward for taking Redmond O’Hanlon and Patrick Fleming

820.

January 10, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 371]

Proclamation concerning passes for shipping

821.

February 5, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 373]

Proclamation regulating certificates of exemption from hearth money tax

822.

February 19, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 377]

Proclamation about the administration of claims to transplanted lands in Connacht and Clare

823.

April 9, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 378]

Proclamation declaring that Dutch new lyon dollars are not legal currency

824.

May 21, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 380]

Proclamation concerning money due to the late farmers of the revenue

825.

August 16, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 381]

Proclamation setting out the rules for settling the security of the ’49 officers

826.

October 19, 1677 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 111]

Order for the arrest of murderers and robbers in Rathdrum, County Wicklow

827.

December 19, 1677 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 384]

Proclamation establishing a night watch in cities and towns

828.

January 9, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 386]

Proclamation prohibiting fraudulent export of wool and imposing restrictions and regulations

829.

January 23, 1678 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 112]

Declaration ordering all persons having lands adjudged them to pass their certificates

830.

March 22, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 388]

Proclamation requiring sheriffs and collectors to pay into His Majesty’s treasury tax receipts arising from the Earl of Ranelagh’s undertaking

831.

March 28, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 389]

Proclamation extending the time by which claims on transplanted lands in Connacht and Clare are to be returned

832.

April 12, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 389]

Proclamation for claims to discoveries to be lodged before the end of Trinity law term

833.

April 27, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 390]

Proclamation requiring sheriffs, collectors and receivers to convey taxes to the exchequer by 31 May 1678

834.

October 14, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 391]

Proclamation requiring army officers and soldiers to return to their garrisons and officers and soldiers now in their quarters to remain there

835.

October 16, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 392]

Proclamation expelling Catholic clergy exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction along with Jesuits and regular clergy, and suppressing Catholic institutions

836.

November 2, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 395]

Proclamation requiring Catholics to surrender unlicensed firearms, and shopkeepers, and merchants to return particulars of gunpowder held

837.

November 6, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 399]

Proclamation regulating the transportation abroad of Catholic clergy exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction, Jesuits and regular clergy

838.

November 15, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 400]

Proclamation ordering that taverns, tippling houses and tobacco shops be removed from the vaults and cellars of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin

839.

November 20, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 401]

Proclamation offering rewards for detecting converts to the Roman Catholic religion in the army

840.

November 20, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 401]

Proclamation excluding Roman Catholics from forts, citadels and garrison towns

841.

December 12, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 403]

Proclamation requiring sheriffs, justices of the peace and army officers to enforce the Proclamation of 2 November 1678 for disarming Roman Catholics

842.

December 13, 1678 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 405]

Proclamation offering a reward for information concerning the discovery of a plot against the Lord Lieutenant

843.

March 26, 1679 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 114]

Declaration ordering the kindred of tories to be imprisoned

844.

March 26, 1679 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 114]

Declaration ordering the discovery of popish archbishops and others

845.

March 30, 1679 [L.G., Issue No. 1397]

Proclamation promising a reward for the apprehension of any popish Dignitary or Jesuit

846.

March 30, 1679 [L.G., Issue No. 1397]

Order for the suppression of mass-houses

847.

March 30, 1679 [L.G., Issue No. 1398]

Proclamation for the suppressing of tories

848.

April 14, 1679 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 114]

Order for the apprehension of the assailants of John Totty

849.

April 16, 1679 [L.G., Issue No. 1401]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of the persons who assaulted John Totty

850.

May 14, 1679 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 410]

Proclamation declaring 28 May 1679 to be a fast day to defeat popish conspiracies and implore a blessing on Parliament

851.

June 30, 1679 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 410]

Proclamation for the arrest of rebels lately come from Scotland

852.

July 21, 1679 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 115]

Order forbidding tobacco growing in Ireland

853.

December 10, 1679 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 412]

Proclamation requiring anyone who can make discovery of those involved in the popish plot to do so before 28 February 1680

854.

December 10, 1679 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 413]

Proclamation requiring collectors of revenue to account for and make returns of money received

855.

December 23, 1679 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 414]

Proclamation declaring Gerald and Richard Fitzgerald to be rebels and traitors and offering a reward for their capture alive or dead

856.

January 21, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p 415]

Proclamation offering a reward for taking Redmond O’Hanlon and Loughlin O’Hanlon who are proclaimed traitors

857.

March 24, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1. p. 417]

Proclamation requiring sheriffs and collectors to account for and return money received

858.

April 26, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 418]

Proclamation requiring officials to seek out catholic clergy exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction, Jesuits, regular clergy and warning officials of the consequences if they fail to do so

859.

July 19, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 419]

Proclamation in furtherance of a letters patent for making copper halfpence

860.

November 15, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 422]

Proclamation promising pardons for information about the popish plot

861.

November 26, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 423]

Proclamation dismissing army officers absent without leave for more than 10 days

862.

November 29, 1680 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 424]

Proclamation revoking licences to bear arms granted to Catholics and requiring all merchants, shopkeepers and retailers, Protestants as well as Catholics to give an account of gunpowder in their possession

863.

July 1, 1681 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 429]

Proclamation prohibiting the export of grain, meal and malt, etc.

864.

November 7, 1681 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 430]

Proclamation requiring army officers and members of the militia to take annually the sacrament of holy communion according to the discipline of the Church of Ireland

865.

April 10, 1682 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 431]

Proclamation requiring justices of the peace to take annually the sacrament of holy communion according to the discipline of the Church of Ireland

866.

May 12, 1682 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 117]

Order for the arrest of beggars without badges

867.

January 12, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 432]

Proclamation concerning debentures for payment of customs and foreign goods

868.

January 15, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 433]

Proclamation regulating the better collecting of hearth money and the granting of certificates of exemption

869.

March 19, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 437]

Proclamation offering a reward for apprehending the abductors of Ann Taylor

870.

June 6, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 438]

Proclamation regulating the exchange weight of foreign gold and silver coin

871.

July 2, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 441]

Proclamation offering a reward for taking dead or alive named persons who will be declared rebels if they do not submit by 1 August 1683

872.

August 13, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 443]

Proclamation appointing 9 September 1683 as a day of thanksgiving for the King’s delivery from a damnable conspiracy

873.

October 12, 1683 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 444]

Proclamation offering a reward for apprehending Connor O’Dee and Richard Power, burglars and robbers

874.

June 4, 1684 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 118]

Order granting titles to concealed lands

875.

June 9, 1684 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 448]

Proclamation preventing the export of wool without licence or the payment of dues

876.

June 21, 1684 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 451]

Proclamation revoking the prohibition of 5 May 1684 on the export of grain, meal and malt etc.

877.

August 22, 1684 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 451]

Proclamation requiring magistrates and justices of the peace to assist collectors of the revenue

878.

February 11, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 3]

Proclamation declaring James II King

879.

February 11, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 4]

Proclamation promulgating a previous Proclamation of 6 February 1684 continuing office holders in position

880.

June 12, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 6]

Proclamation on the petition of merchants about fraudulent practices in the butter trade

881.

June 20, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 9]

Proclamation securing the arms provided to the militia

882.

June 22, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 10]

Proclamation promulgating a previous Proclamation of 13 June 1685 declaring the Duke of Monmouth a traitor

883.

June 22, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 11]

Proclamation promulgating a previous Proclamation of 15 June 1685 against the Duke of Monmouth’s declaration

884.

July 10, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 13]

Proclamation providing penalties for the disseminating of false news

885.

July 17, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 15]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension, dead or alive, of Richard Power

886.

July 24, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 16]

Proclamation proscribing nocturnal meetings and assemblies

887.

August 10, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 16]

Proclamation announcing a public thanksgiving for 23 August 1685

888.

August 11, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 18]

Proclamation preventing duels and quarrels in the army

889.

October 16, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 18]

Proclamation securing and storing arms provided to the militia

890.

December 23, 1685 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 20]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of burglars, robbers and others

891.

January 27, 1686 [P.O.I. Vol. 1 p. 22]

Proclamation outlining the form of prayer for use annually on 6 February to commemorate the accession of James II

892.

February 10, 1686 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 23]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of tories and rapparees

893.

February 21, 1686 [L.G., Issue No. 2222]

Proclamation providing for the protection of the just rights and properties, due by law, to His Majesty’s subjects in Ireland

894.

February 21, 1686 [L.G., Issue No. 2222]

Proclamation for putting in execution a late Proclamation for the suppressing of tories and robbers

895.

February 24, 1686 [L.G., Issue No. 2222]

Declaration providing for the preservation of good order and discipline in His Majesty’s forces in Ireland

896.

July 28, 1686 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 24]

Proclamation quieting the minds of the King’s subjects

897.

December 8, 1686 [L.G., Issue No. 2222]

Proclamation for the suppression of tories and robbers

898.

February 21, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 27]

Proclamation re-issuing the Proclamation for the prevention of robberies and burglaries

899.

February 24, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 30]

Proclamation providing for the maintenance of military discipline

900.

March 7, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 32]

Proclamation protecting the salmon fisheries

901.

April 4, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 35]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of grain and other foodstuffs

902.

February 21, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 29]

Proclamation reassuring the King’s loyal subjects in respect of scandalous reports and insinuations

903.

April 11, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 36]

Proclamation concerning the administration of the hearth tax

904.

April 29, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 40]

Proclamation paying and providing for the army

905.

July 18, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 43]

Proclamation victualing the army at the Curragh, County Kildare

906.

July 18, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 44]

Proclamation revoking Order of 2 May 1687 concerning tonnage and poundage on iron

907.

October 31, 1687 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation prohibiting public celebrations

908.

January 16, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 46]

Proclamation concerning the weight of foreign coin

909.

February 8, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 51]

Proclamation ordering a thanksgiving for the Queen’s pregnancy

910.

April 4, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 52]

Proclamation prohibiting the King’s subjects from entering foreign military

911.

April 11, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 54]

Proclamation appointing officials to administer the hearth tax

912.

May 31, 1688 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 125]

Order confirming the porterage fees of Dublin

913.

June 1, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 54]

Proclamation victualing the army at the Curragh

914.

June 23, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 55]

Proclamation ordering a thanksgiving for the birth of a Royal Prince

915.

July 20, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 56]

Proclamation on the way of and providing for the army

916.

August 24, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 59]

Proclamation for the good government of the army

917.

August 28, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 63]

Proclamation providing hay to the army camp at the Curragh

918.

September 20, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 64]

Proclamation proscribing the illegal exportation of wool

919.

October 15, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 67]

Proclamation against the publication and spread of false news

920.

December 7, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 68]

Proclamation against the publication and spread of false news

921.

December 28, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 70]

Proclamation concerning the administration of the hearth tax

922.

December 29, 1688 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 74]

Proclamation encouraging deserters to return to the army

923.

January 25, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 76]

Proclamation discouraging the formation of disloyal associations and riotous assemblies

924.

February 2, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 77]

Declaration ordering the army to observe good behaviour and maintain discipline

925.

February 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 79]

Proclamation permitting ships to land and export commodities and people

926.

February 25, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 79]

Declaration ordering the surrender of arms in Dublin

927.

February 28, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 157]

Declaration providing for a 6 per cent interest rate on copper and brass money lent to the exchequer

928.

March 1, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 81]

Declaration for the seizure of horses and arms to assist with the military effort against William of Orange

929.

March 7, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 83]

Proclamation combatting opponents of James II in Ulster and Sligo

930.

March 25, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 91]

Proclamation directing that seized livestock be restored to its owner

931.

March 25, 1689 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 129]

Proclamation summoning the Irish Parliament

932.

March 25, 1689 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 130]

Proclamation raising the value of all current coin

933.

April 1, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 92]

Proclamation calling on all loyal subjects to rise against William of Orange

934.

April 1, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 96]

Declaration provisioning troops in Ulster

935.

May 4, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 96]

Proclamation declaring those who support William of Orange rebels and traitors

936.

May 4, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 98]

Declaration declaring small denominational French silver coin currency

937.

June 3, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 98]

Proclamation granting protection to merchants and inhabitants of Belfast who have fled the town

938.

June 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 99]

Proclamation compensating those whose horses have been seized

939.

June 18, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 100]

Proclamation concerning the coining of copper and brass money

940.

June 24, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 102]

Proclamation for combating abuses committed by soldiers

941.

June 27, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 103]

Proclamation concerning the coining of additional copper and brass money

942.

June 28, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 105]

Proclamation concerning illegal imprisonments by William of Orange

943.

July 20, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 107]

Proclamation requiring disaffected Protestants to depart Dublin

944.

July 20, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 107]

Proclamation instructing disaffected Protestants to surrender arms and horses

945.

July 26, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 109]

Proclamation imposing restrictions on the right of disaffected Protestants to travel

946.

July 26, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 110]

Proclamation remitting half the duties on French wines and brandies

947.

July 27, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 111]

Proclamation providing orders to officers in the Jacobite army

948.

July 30, 1689 [P.O.I Vol. 2 p. 113]

Proclamation arraying a militia against an invasion by William of Orange

949.

August 2, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 114]

Proclamation assuring Quakers that they will be treated fairly and reasonably

950.

August 5, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 115]

Proclamation for arming Catholics and the preparation of the militia

951.

August 5, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 116]

Proclamation authorising a collection for sick and wounded soldiers

952.

August 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 117]

Order for redress where military outrages have been committed

953.

August 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 118]

Declaration warning army officers that they are accountable for arms

954.

August 20, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 119]

Proclamation securing supplies of hay and provisions

955.

August 23, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 119]

Order that all officers and soldiers of the military establishment be paid on the old establishment

956.

August 25, 1689 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 133]

Order for the apprehension of deserters

957.

September 1, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 188]

Proclamation preventing robbery under the guise of supplying the army

958.

September 2, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 121]

Order offering payment to Schomberg’s soldiers to enlist in the Jacobite army

959.

September 2, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 121]

Declaration instructing military officers to remain on duty

960.

September 3, 1689 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 133]

Declaration ordering that property taken from rebels by the recent levies to belong to them

961.

September 3, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 123]

Declaration offering soldiers under Schomberg’s command to join the Jacobite cause

962.

September 4, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 124]

Declaration regulating the usage by brewers of horses

963.

September 10, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 189]

Proclamation seeking to maintain a functioning commercial economy and the supply of the army

964.

September 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 190]

Proclamation restoring Protestants to corporations and as justices of the peace

965.

September 14, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 126]

Proclamation protecting those bringing forage to the army

966.

September 24, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 127]

Order pressing horses and men for the Jacobite army forbidden

967.

September 24, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 128]

Order to Ulster kereight-men to settle in the Wicklow mountains

968.

October 8, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 129]

Order revoking exemption on duties on wine and brandy for the military

969.

October 17, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 130]

Order to further prorogue meeting of Parliament to 12 November 1689

970.

October 31, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 131]

Proclamation ordering the military not to seize horses or provisions

971.

October 31, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 132]

Proclamation instructing military officers to stay with their assigned regiments

972.

November 2, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 132]

Proclamation directing military officers to pay for forage

973.

November 12, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 133]

Declaration instructing military officers to stay at their posts

974.

November 18, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 134]

Proclamation abolishing bakers’ monopoly in Dublin

975.

November 24, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 135]

Declaration instructing soldiers not to damage property in Dublin

976.

November 29, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 136]

Proclamation offering protection to those bringing forage and provisions to Dublin

977.

November 30, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 137]

Proclamation fixing charges for those riding post

978.

December 13, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 138]

Proclamation ordering that Protestant ministers are not to be dispossessed

979.

December 20, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 139]

Declaration for the improved payment of the army

980.

December 23, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 141]

Proclamation regulating the payment of allowances to the army

981.

December 27, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 145]

Proclamation further proroguing the Jacobite Parliament

982.

January 3, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 146]

Proclamation regulating the sale of wheat and oats

983.

January 10, 1689 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 147]

Proclamation reducing the excise duty on iron imports

984.

January 18, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 190]

Proclamation against cursing and swearing

985.

January 21, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 148]

Proclamation for the promotion of tillage and husbandry

986.

January 21, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 149]

Proclamation regulating the supply of meat in the City of Dublin

987.

January 24, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 150]

Proclamation proscribing the employment of servants belonging to French officers

988.

January 27, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2639]

Proclamation providing that the pay owed of Their Majesty’s forces in the Kingdom of Ireland will be settled

989.

February 4, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 151]

Proclamation raising £20,000 per month to resist invasion by William of Orange

990.

February 4, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 152]

Proclamation encouraging the use of copper and brass money

991.

February 6, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2639]

Proclamation prohibiting all officers and soldiers from being violent towards Protestant or popish persons under Their Majesty’s protection

992.

February 14, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 154]

Declaration to support the sale and seizure of horses for use by the army

993.

February 18, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 154]

Declaration letting forfeited lands for encouraging tillage and husbandry

994.

February 21, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2643]

Proclamation prohibiting the Irish whose houses are near the frontier line from corresponding with the rebels

995.

February 23, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2643]

Proclamation providing that certain brass and copper coins will not be accepted as currency after 26 February 1690

996.

February 23, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2643]

Proclamation prohibiting officers and soldiers of Their Majesty’s army from engaging in duels

997.

February 24, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2643]

Proclamation revoking all former protections granted to the inhabitants of Ireland

998.

February 27, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2643]

Proclamation encouraging persons to break up fallow and lay up meadow for the growth of corn

999.

February 28, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 157]

Declaration providing for a 6 per cent interest rate on copper and brass money lent to the exchequer

1000.

February 28, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 158]

Proclamation fixing the price of corn, meal, wool and other commodities

1001.

March 19, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 160]

Declaration instructing all military officers to return to their commands

1002.

March 25, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 161]

Proclamation setting rates at which wheat and barley are to be sold

1003.

March 28, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 162]

Proclamation for the making of low denomination coin

1004.

April 4, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 163]

Proclamation remitting customs and excise on imported foreign goods

1005.

April 14, 1690 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 139]

Order concerning the rates of provisions in Dublin

1006.

April 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 164]

Proclamation prohibiting soldiers from grazing their horses on enclosed land

1007.

April 21, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 165]

Proclamation minting additional crown pieces

1008.

April 25, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 167]

Declaration prohibiting the Commissioner of the Revenue from leasing forfeited lands

1009.

May 5, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 191]

Proclamation ordering a general fast in Ireland

1010.

June 9, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 167]

Declaration raising the interest on loans of copper and brass money

1011.

June 10, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 168]

Order arranging for the provision of cheap ale to the army in Dublin

1012.

June 13, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 169]

Proclamation regulating the sale of hay to the army

1013.

June 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 170]

Proclamation laying down exchange rates for gold and silver

1014.

June 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 171]

Proclamation ordering the minting of new crown pieces of copper and brass

1015.

June 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 172]

Proclamation recalling all half-crown pieces of copper and brass

1016.

June 19, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 192]

Proclamation instructing the army to follow rules and orders to observe proper conduct

1017.

June 20, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 193]

Proclamation forbidding the army from seizing horses and carts without authorisation

1018.

June 24, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 194]

Proclamation instructing the army not to commit violence or to steal

1019.

July 7, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 195]

Declaration of Finglas promising a pardon and protection to those who accept Williamite authority

1020.

July 10, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 197]

Proclamation devaluing pewter and copper coin minted on the instruction of James II

1021.

July 16, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 198]

Proclamation of the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates to officials in respect of the seizure of forfeited properties

1022.

July 19, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 199]

Declaration by the Commissioners for Forfeited Estates clarifying the position in respect of the seizure of property by those lately in rebellion

1023.

July 24, 1690 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 141]

Order for credit to be given to private soldiers

1024.

July 26, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 200]

Proclamation restoring the Corporation of Waterford

1025.

July 31, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 201]

Proclamation reaffirming the Order that Catholics surrender all arms

1026.

August 1, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 203]

Proclamation announcing a day of thanksgiving on 15 August 1690

1027.

August 1, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 204]

Declaration extending the promise of a pardon and protection to those who surrender arms by 25 August 1690

1028.

August 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 205]

Proclamation directing the paying of tithes to the Church of Ireland

1029.

August 16, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 173]

Order imposing a levy of beeves and weathers on County Mayo for the subsistence of the Jacobite garrison at Galway

1030.

August 16, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 173]

Order to raise soldiers on County Mayo in support of the Jacobite military

1031.

August 24, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 174]

Order placing a levy on County Mayo for the subsistence of the Jacobites at Galway

1032.

September 9, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 175]

Order for the seizure of all saltpans in County Mayo

1033.

September 15, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 176]

Proclamation ordering the appropriation of beef cattle in County Mayo

1034.

September 16, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 206]

Proclamation maintaining market activity in Dublin

1035.

September 16, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 207]

Declaration to facilitate the carrying of coal to Dublin

1036.

September 18, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 208]

Proclamation restricting the freedom of movement of Catholics

1037.

September 19, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 209]

Proclamation ordering ships’ captains not to transport deserters

1038.

September 25, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 177]

Order applying a levy on County Mayo to assist the garrison at Inisboffin, County Galway

1039.

September 26, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 210]

Proclamation proscribing the provision of shelter to rebels in Connacht and Munster

1040.

September 26, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 211]

Proclamation ordering sheriffs and justices of the peace to search for family members of those killed in rebellion who continue to succour the King’s enemies

1041.

September 26, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 212]

Proclamation limiting the locations where Catholics can reside on the military frontier

1042.

September 30, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 213]

Proclamation preventing the sale of stolen goods and the apprehension of those who possess them

1043.

October, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2601]

Proclamation prohibiting the buying of horses and cattle outside of fairs and public markets

1044.

October 7, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 214]

Proclamation ordering local officials to apprehend soldiers without passes in Dublin

1045.

October 9, 1690 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 144]

Order concerning rules for tenants of forfeited lands

1046.

October 9, 1690 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 144]

Declaration prohibiting straggling soldiers

1047.

October 22, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 215]

Proclamation announcing a day of public thanksgiving on 16 November 1690

1048.

October 24, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 178]

Proclamation regulating the sale and purchase of goods

1049.

November, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2614]

Proclamation preventing the mischiefs caused by the rapperees

1050.

November 13, 1690 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 144]

Order for the supply of the army with provisions

1051.

November 14, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 216]

Proclamation regulating the quarters of the army

1052.

November 19, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 217]

Proclamation penalising Catholics arising from rapparee activity

1053.

November 20, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 219]

Proclamation ordering Catholics other than resident housekeepers to depart Dublin

1054.

November 21, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2614]

Proclamation regulating the quarters of the army

1055.

December, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2620]

Proclamation requiring Their Majesty’s subjects to use acts of hostility against the French in the case of an invasion

1056.

December 2, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 220]

Proclamation forbidding communication with France

1057.

December 8, 1690 [L.G., Issue No. 2620]

Proclamation permitting papists to bring their sons who are in rebellion into Their Majesty’s protection

1058.

December 8, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 221]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of wool without a licence

1059.

December 8, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 222]

Proclamation commanding several papists to leave the City of Dublin and not return during the rebellion

1060.

December 12, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 223]

Proclamation proscribing Catholics from selling alcohol and trading as vintners

1061.

December 13, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 180]

Order establishing commissioners to oversee the army in quarters in County Mayo

1062.

December 29, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 224]

Proclamation regulating the tendering of the oath of fidelity

1063.

December 31, 1690 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 225]

Proclamation ordering the return of horses for military use

1064.

1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 252]

Proclamation offering an invitation to those in arms in Limerick and Galway to lay them down

1065.

1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 253]

Proclamation offering an invitation to soldiers in arms against the King to lay them down

1066.

January 17, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 226]

Proclamation extending further the time allowed for Catholics to bring in their sons in arms

1067.

January 20, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2742]

Declaration prohibiting persons employed in Their Majesty’s treasury from buying arrears or debentures due to persons employed in Their Majesty’s service in the war

1068.

January 27, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 183]

Proclamation offering financial incentives to encourage Williamite troops to come across to the Jacobite side

1069.

January 27, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 228]

Proclamation appointing commissioners to regulate army finances

1070.

February 4, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2742]

Proclamation commanding persons who have the benefit of the articles made with the garrisons of Limerick and Galway to surrender their arms

1071.

February 4, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2742]

Proclamation prohibiting justices of the peace, mayors and sheriffs from interfering with the goods and chattels of Their Majesty’s subjects

1072.

February 6, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 230]

Proclamation ordering soldiers not to engage in theft and robbery

1073.

February 21, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 231]

Proclamation assuring those on the military frontier who live peaceably of the King’s protection

1074.

February 23, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 233]

Proclamation declaring brass money not legal tender

1075.

February 23, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 234]

Proclamation outlawing duelling in the army

1076.

February 24, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 235]

Proclamation recalling earlier protections and providing for the issue of new protections

1077.

February 27, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 236]

Proclamation reassuring tenants occupying land forfeited to the Crown

1078.

February 28, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 237]

Proclamation affirming the exemptions provided to the postal service to ensure the conveyance of letters and packets

1079.

February 28, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 237]

Proclamation providing for the removal of protections from Catholics who support the King’s enemies

1080.

March 26, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2651]

Proclamation commanding Irish inhabitants of the popish faith to discover and apprehend persons responsible for murders committed within Their Majesty’s quarters

1081.

April 15, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2657]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the discovery of Christopher Browne and others

1082.

April 27, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2662]

Proclamation prohibiting officers and soldiers from molesting or disturbing any persons supplying provisions to the army

1083.

April 27, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 241]

Proclamation prohibiting the unauthorised pressing of horses and carts

1084.

April 30, 1691 [L.G., Issue No. 2662]

Proclamation commanding Irish inhabitants to repair to their respective dwellings or to the nearest garrison

1085.

April 30, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 243]

Proclamation directing militia officers and the inhabitants of Munster to return to their homes

1086.

May 9, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 243]

Proclamation instructing persons to provide horses, cars and drivers to assist the army

1087.

May 12, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 244]

Proclamation making horse stealing a capital offence

1088.

May 14, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 244]

Proclamation imposing sanctions, including a curfew, on Catholics to discourage rapparees

1089.

May 23, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 245]

Proclamation ordering that excise officers should not be hindered in the performance of their duties and concerning the making of wholesome beer

1090.

June 15, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 246]

Proclamation announcing a day of public fasting and prayer for 3 July and the first Tuesday of every month thereafter

1091.

June 17, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 248]

Proclamation instructing that no boats or vessels travel to Lambay Island

1092.

June 17, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 248]

Proclamation licensing sutlers in an attempt to control prices

1093.

June 22, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2. p. 249]

Proclamation ordering all soldiers absent from the field without a licence to return to duty

1094.

June 22, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 250]

Proclamation offering an amnesty to those in arms against the King

1095.

June 25, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 255]

Proclamation instructing the carriers of goods to abide by the scheduled prices

1096.

July 1, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 256]

Proclamation providing passes to enable sutlers and other carrying provisions to operate

1097.

July 7, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 258]

Proclamation inviting those in arms in Limerick and Galway to lay them down

1098.

July 7, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 260]

Proclamation offering a pardon to the citizens of Limerick and Galway and to privates in the army who surrender within three weeks

1099.

July 15, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 262]

Proclamation encouraging tenants on forfeited land to make hay

1100.

July 16, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 263]

Proclamation announcing a day of solemn thanksgiving on 28 July

1101.

July 24, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 264]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of John McCabe

1102.

August 4, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 265]

Proclamation encouraging farmers in Connacht to return to the land to save the harvest

1103.

September 16, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 266]

Proclamation prohibiting the export of beef, mutton and pork for six months

1104.

September 18, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 267]

Proclamation offering a pardon to tories and rapparees that take the oath of fidelity within one month

1105.

September 25, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 268]

Proclamation encouraging the production of food, and sale of goods, in named garrison towns

1106.

October 14, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 270]

Proclamation offering protection to subjects taking an oath of fidelity

1107.

October 14, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 271]

Proclamation reiterating the pardon previously offered to tories and rapparees who submit within a month

1108.

November 7, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 273]

Proclamation outlining regulations and rates of provisions for the army in winter quarters

1109.

November 9, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 275]

Proclamation authorising the holding of a public thanksgiving on 26 November 1691

1110.

November 9, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 276]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the murderers of William White

1111.

December 9, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 276]

Proclamation requiring those in receipt of money for hospitals to account for the same

1112.

December 14, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 277]

Proclamation authorising the prosecution of those who sell wine at inflated prices

1113.

December 16, 1691 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 278]

Proclamation proscribing the employment of soldiers from King’s regiments

1114.

January 4, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 279]

Proclamation offering a pardon to deserters from Hamilton regiment

1115.

January 11, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 280]

Proclamation with instructions for the implementation of the pardons granted in the Treaty of Limerick

1116.

January 20, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 280]

Declaration ordering that those employed by the Crown shall not profit by buying arrears of pay

1117.

February 4, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 281]

Proclamation directing justices of the peace and other local officials to observe the law

1118.

February 4, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 282]

Proclamation directing that all those comprised within the articles of Limerick, Galway and elsewhere surrender their arms by 10 March 1692

1119.

February 17, 1692 [L.G., Issue No. 2849]

Proclamation providing that the value of coin will not be altered

1120.

February 17, 1692 [L.G., Issue No. 2849]

Proclamation providing that copper and tin half-pence and farthings are to continue as accepted currency

1121.

February 22, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 284]

Proclamation extending the time permitted for submission of claims under the Treaty of Limerick

1122.

March 3, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 291]

Proclamation declaring the war in Ireland over and re-authorising the payment of crown rents and taxes

1123.

March 5, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 291]

Proclamation directing that deserters from a French regiment be taken up

1124.

March 21, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 292]

Proclamation promising a pardon to Danish soldiers that surrender

1125.

March 23, 1692 [L.G., Issue No. 2757]

Proclamation requiring persons who claim any benefit of the Articles of Limerick and Galway to present their claims to the Clerk of the Council

1126.

May 20, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 294]

Proclamation directing that all arms in Catholic possession be surrendered

1127.

May 20, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 296]

Proclamation restricting fishing boats on the south and west coast

1128.

July, 1692 [L.G., Issue No. 2786]

Proclamation discharging Their Majesty’s subjects in Ireland from all arrears due on hearth money

1129.

July 1, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 296]

Proclamation announcing a monthly fast from July

1130.

July 7, 1692 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 155]

Proclamation pardoning arrears of hearth money and quit rent

1131.

July 23, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 298]

Proclamation requiring the army to observe strict discipline, and for payment of quarters

1132.

September 19, 1692 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 156]

Declaration for the pay and quarters of the army

1133.

October 21, 1692 [L.G., Issue No. 2819]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of tories, thieves and robbers

1134.

November 7, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 303]

Proclamation ordering a day of thanksgiving on 10 November 1692

1135.

November 14, 1692 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 156]

Order suppressing unlicensed gaming houses

1136.

November 18, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 305]

Proclamation instructing relevant parties to cooperate with the Commissioners for Forfeitures in discovering concealments

1137.

December 19, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 306]

Proclamation limiting the right of Catholics to travel out of their parishes

1138.

December 19, 1692 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 307]

Proclamation ordering a muster of the militia

1139.

January 2, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 308]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of those who robbed Brigadier Edward Villiers

1140.

February 17, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 310]

Proclamation affirming that certain tin and copper coin are recognised currency

1141.

February 17, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 311]

Proclamation declining to raise the value of certain gold coins

1142.

March 29, 1693 [L.G., Issue No. 2858]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 6 June 1693

1143.

April 8, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 312]

Proclamation directing that the recently appointed commissioners for forfeitures be assisted to perform their duties

1144.

April 28, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 314]

Proclamation ordering a public fast on 10 May 1693

1145.

May 3, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 315]

Proclamation regulating the provision of exemptions for payment of the hearth tax

1146.

May 8, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 319]

Proclamation expressing disapproval of a report in the Dublin Intelligence

1147.

May 19, 1693 [L.G., Issue No. 2874]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 5 September 1693

1148.

June 2, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 321]

Proclamation in relation to the leasing of forfeited estates

1149.

June 19, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 323]

Proclamation concerning claims under the Treaty of Limerick

1150.

June 26, 1693 [L.G., Issue No. 2885]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be dissolved

1151.

July 10, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 324]

Proclamation postponing hearing claims under the Treaty of Limerick

1152.

July 21, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 325]

Proclamation concerning the announcement by the commissioners for forfeitures of the dates and locations of their enquiries

1153.

August 18, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 326]

Proclamation ordering justices of the peace to take up priests and the family of tories and rapparees

1154.

October 18, 1693 [L.G., Issue No. 2919]

Proclamation prohibiting all justices of the peace, mayors, sheriffs and other magistrates from interfering with the goods and chattels of Their Majesty’s subjects

1155.

October 19, 1693 [L.G., Issue No. 2919]

Proclamation prohibiting all trade with France

1156.

November 22, 1693 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 329]

Proclamation announcing a general thanksgiving in Dublin on 10 December 1693

1157.

February 16, 1694 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 330]

Proclamation with directions for the Commissioners for Forfeitures

1158.

March 3, 1694 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 333]

Proclamation concerning exemptions from the hearth money

1159.

May 23, 1694 [L.G., Issue No. 2980]

Proclamation providing that the claims to the benefit of the Articles of Galway and Limerick will begin to be heard on 11 June 1694

1160.

July 2, 1694 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 334]

Proclamation announcing a general fast on 13 July 1694

1161.

October 19, 1694 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 335]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of those responsible for a robbery at Youghal

1162.

December, 1694 [L.G., Issue No. 3038]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of Dermot Leary and other notorious rebels

1163.

January 18, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 339]

Proclamation offering rewards for the apprehension of escapees from Kilmainham Goal

1164.

February 22, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 340]

Proclamation regulating the provision of exemptions from paying hearth tax

1165.

March, 1695 [L.G., Issue No. 3166]

Proclamation promising a reward for the apprehension of persons concerned in a conspiracy to assassinate the King

1166.

March 16, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 358]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 27 June 1696

1167.

May 29, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 345]

Proclamation seeking to improve the availability of coin by making foreign coin tender

1168.

June 24, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 347]

Proclamation announcing a general fast on 12 July 1695

1169.

July 17, 1695 [L.G., Issue No. 3103]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be held at Dublin on 27 August 1695

1170.

September 30, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 348]

Proclamation announcing a public thanksgiving on 8 October 1695

1171.

December 9, 1695 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 349]

Proclamation directing an assize is held twice yearly in County Kerry

1172.

January 20, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 350]

Proclamation announcing the persons to whom money raised by poll should be paid

1173.

February 11, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 352]

Proclamation appointing officials to administer the hearth tax in County Cork

1174.

February 11, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 353]

Proclamation ordering tories identified by presentment by the grand jury of County Cork, to surrender

1175.

February 22, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 355]

Proclamation enforcing the Act for the regulating of measures (1695 [7 Will. 3 c. 24])

1176.

March 4, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 356]

Proclamation offering a £1000 reward for the apprehension of the Duke of Berwick and his co-conspirators

1177.

March 16, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 358]

Proclamation convening Parliament in order to extend the adjournment to 27 June 1696

1178.

April 6, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 358]

Proclamation ordering a general thanksgiving on 23 April 1696

1179.

April 25, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 359]

Proclamation ordering the taking up of tories returned by presentment by the grand juries of counties Kerry, Sligo and Louth

1180.

June 17, 1696 [L.G., Issue No. 3197]

Proclamation providing that a fast be observed throughout the Kingdom of Ireland on 10 July 1696

1181.

June 29, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 362]

Proclamation ordering the taking up of tories returned by presentment by the grand juries of counties Cork, Kerry, Armagh, Louth and Tipperary

1182.

July, 1696 [L.G., Issue No. 3201]

Proclamation promising a reward for the apprehension of robbers and tories

1183.

July 16, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 365]

Proclamation seeking to discover and secure lands forfeited to the King

1184.

August 21, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 367]

Proclamation commanding the apprehension of Henry Every and other pirates

1185.

November 16, 1696 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 368]

Proclamation ordering all officers absent from duty to repair to their garrisons

1186.

December 4, 1696 [L.G., Issue No. 3247]

Proclamation providing orders to be observed by His Majesty’s forces in Ireland

1187.

January 12, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 370]

Proclamation proscribing the exportation of grain from Ulster ports

1188.

March 29, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 371]

Proclamation extending the ban on the export of grain to Leinster ports

1189.

June 18, 1697 [L.G., Issue No. 3300]

Proclamation providing that Parliament will sit and be held on 27 July 1697

1190.

June 18, 1697 [L.G., Issue No. 3300]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of corn

1191.

July 26, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 374]

Proclamation ordering that rules and orders are to be observed by officers and soldiers

1192.

July 29, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 377]

Proclamation stating the rules and orders to be observed by chaplains

1193.

August 13, 1697 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 164]

Proclamation forbidding the import of halfpence

1194.

August 20, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 378]

Proclamation authorising the commencement of the hearing of claims arising out of the treaties of Limerick and Galway on 9 September 1697

1195.

August 21, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 379]

Proclamation stating that tories returned by presentment of grand juries of several counties to be taken up

1196.

August 24, 1697 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 165]

Declarations for the hearing of claims connected to the Articles of Limerick and Galway

1197.

August 27, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 383]

Proclamation setting out the rules and orders agreed by the commissioners for hearing claims under the treaties of Limerick and Galway

1198.

August 30, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 383]

Proclamation prohibiting the importation of copper coin from Scotland

1199.

August 31, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 384]

Proclamation stating that rules and orders are to be observed by officers of horse regiments

1200.

September 2, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 386]

Proclamation stating additional rules and orders to be observed by officers of horse regiments

1201.

September 19, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 387]

Proclamation setting out the declaration of the commissioners for hearing claims arising out of the treaties of Limerick and Galway

1202.

October 14, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 388]

Proclamation forbidding soldiers from the brewing and selling ale and strong waters

1203.

November 3, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 389]

Proclamation promulgating the Proclamation of 8 October 1697 announcing peace with France

1204.

November 30, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 390]

Proclamation announcing a thanksgiving on 12 December 1697

1205.

November 30, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 391]

Proclamation announcing aid for Athlone in response to severe storm damage

1206.

December 10, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 392]

Proclamation instructing all law officers to enforce strictly the law against counterfeiting

1207.

December 18, 1697 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 393]

Proclamation promulgating the law that those who have taken up residence in France are guilty of high treason if they return without permission

1208.

January 3, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 395]

Proclamation ordering the imprisonment of Catholic regulars and ecclesiastics who have failed to observe the terms of the Banishment Act [1697 (9 Will. 3) c. 1]

1209.

January 8, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 397]

Proclamation announcing the receivers of the poll money voted by Parliament

1210.

January 27, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 399]

Proclamation instructing all who seek the benefit of the Articles of Galway to submit their claims

1211.

February 5, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 399]

Proclamation requiring investigation and prevention of Catholic clerical evasion of the Banishment Act [1697 (9 Will. 3) c. 1]

1212.

February 21, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 401]

Proclamation instructing that the estates of those guilty of rebellion should be seized

1213.

February 21, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2. p. 402]

Proclamation instituting standard weights for coins

1214.

March 18, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 402]

Proclamation regulating the conduct of disbanded soldiers en route to England

1215.

April 1, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p, 403]

Proclamation promulgating the English Proclamation of 28 January 1698 forbidding subjects from entering into the military services of foreign states

1216.

April 27, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 404]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 7 June 1698

1217.

May 7, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 405]

Proclamation proscribing the purchase of military debentures at reduced rates

1218.

May 7, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 406]

Proclamation directing judges on assize to enforce the law against profanity

1219.

May 23, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 407]

Proclamation ordering local law officers to pursue English counterfeiters

1220.

June 2, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 408]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 5 July 1698

1221.

June 16, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 409]

Proclamation forbidding soldiers from using their firearms to shoot game

1222.

June 27, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 409]

Proclamation regulating the collection of the hearth tax in County Antrim

1223.

June 27, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 410]

Proclamation instructing Roman Catholic clergy to register with high sheriffs

1224.

June 30, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 412]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 13 September 1698

1225.

July 12, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 413]

Proclamation authorising the payment of pay arrears to a number of regiments

1226.

July 14, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2. p. 414]

Proclamation providing that certain tories returned by presentment by the grand juries of Tipperary, Waterford, Fermanagh and Tyrone are to be taken up

1227.

July 14, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 417]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discoverers of lands forfeited to the Crown

1228.

July 14, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 418]

Proclamation instructing officials to enforce the prohibition on the export of wool and woollens

1229.

August 22, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 419]

Proclamation instructing demobilised military officers to return to duty to assist with their incorporation into standing regiments

1230.

August 29, 1698 [L.G., Issue No. 3425]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 27 September 1698

1231.

September 12, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 423]

Proclamation providing arrears of army pay debentures by the Receiver General

1232.

October 7, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 423]

Proclamation providing arrears of army pay debentures by the Receiver General

1233.

October 19, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 426]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of the author of a seditious libel

1234.

October 29, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 427]

Proclamation providing instructions in respect of those who have been disbanded from the army

1235.

November 18, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 428]

Proclamation affirming the prohibition on the export of grain and other foodstuffs

1236.

November 24, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 429]

Proclamation stating the obligations of those on whom soldiers are quartered

1237.

December 3, 1698 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 430]

Proclamation outlawing the engrossing of salt, coal, and other commodities

1238.

January 23, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 433]

Proclamation providing a further statement of the respective entitlements and responsibilities in respect of quartering soldiers

1239.

February 7, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 435]

Proclamation reiterating the ban on the export of grain, meal and provisions

1240.

April 5, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 442]

Proclamation ordering a general fast on 5 May 1699

1241.

April 17, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 443]

Proclamation regulating the making of butter casks

1242.

April 17, 1699 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 172]

Declaration ordering a collection for the Vaudois Protestants

1243.

May 1, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 450]

Proclamation regulating the payment of subsistence to demolished commissioned officers

1244.

May 4, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 451]

Proclamation revoking part of the Proclamation of 14 July 1699 appertaining to linen

1245.

May 12, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 452]

Proclamation further extending the prorogation of Parliament to 28 September 1699

1246.

June 14, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 453]

Proclamation dissolving Parliament

1247.

July 5, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 453]

Proclamation instructing the revenue service to keep an account of arrivals from France to assist with the prosecution of those who have gone to France without a licence

1248.

July 19, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 455]

Proclamation promulgating the law for disarming Catholics

1249.

August 14, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 457]

Proclamation enforcing the law against profanity

1250.

September 4, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 458]

Order outlining rules and directions for quartering the army in barracks

1251.

September 13, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 461]

Proclamation enforcing the law against Catholics exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction

1252.

October 5, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 465]

Proclamation authorising the payment of an allowance to commissioner officers

1253.

October 30, 1699 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 174]

Proclamation concerning the payment of arrears of half-pay officers

1254.

November 29, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 470]

Proclamation recalling all licences granted to Catholics to bear arms

1255.

December 29, 1699 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 471]

Proclamation regulating the provision of certificates of exemption from hearth tax

1256.

January 26, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 477]

Order applying the law with respect to the setting of the price of wine

1257.

February 19, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 479]

Proclamation regulating the making of casks for butter

1258.

March 18, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 481]

Proclamation publishing a list of Catholics permitted to bear arms

1259.

April 26, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 486]

Proclamation revoking the prohibition on the exportation of grain and other foodstuffs

1260.

May 17, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 487]

Proclamation promulgating the English law appertaining to the sale of forfeited estates

1261.

June 24, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 492]

Proclamation concerning the payment of arrears to soldiers in a number of regiments

1262.

June 26, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 493]

Proclamation publishing a further list of Catholics permitted to bear arms

1263.

September 30, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 494]

Proclamation providing rules and orders for preserving military order and discipline

1264.

October 21, 1700 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 176]

Orders concerning the health and welfare of soldiers

1265.

December 12, 1700 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 501]

Proclamation continuing the half pay allowance to disbanded military officers

1266.

February 12, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 503]

Declaration setting the price of wines

1267.

February 27, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 503]

Proclamation concerning the arrears of half-pay officers

1268.

February 28, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 504]

Proclamation instructing Catholics to surrender arms in their possession

1269.

February 28, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 505]

Proclamation ordering the registration of Catholic priests

1270.

March 18, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 506]

Proclamation providing regulations to be observed by soldiers in barracks

1271.

March 29, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 506]

Proclamation providing regulations to be observed by soldiers in barracks

1272.

April 7, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 507]

Proclamation announcing a day of fasting on 2 May 1701

1273.

May 24, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 508]

Declaration ordering the apprehension of military deserters

1274.

June 2, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 509]

Proclamation setting the rates and values of foreign coin current in the Kingdom

1275.

June 30, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 511]

Proclamation ordering that those presented as tories in counties Kerry, Kilkenny, Carlow, Limerick, Mayo, Wicklow and Wexford surrender to the authorities

1276.

September 30, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 512]

Declaration commanding all soldiers who have deserted to give themselves up

1277.

October 24, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 514]

Declaration instructing that military officers who decline to serve in the West Indies are to be put on half-pay

1278.

November 11, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 514]

Declaration commanding military officers to promulgate that no credit is to be given to soldiers in the absence of permission from their commanding officer

1279.

November 15, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 516]

Declaration providing rules to be observed in military chaplains

1280.

November 24, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 517]

Declaration providing rules and orders for maintaining military discipline

1281.

November 25, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 523]

Proclamation ordering the enforcement of the law against Catholic ecclesiastics

1282.

December 2, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 528]

Declaration imposing sanctions to ensure Catholics do not serve in the army

1283.

December 2, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 528]

Declaration instructing that a return of barrack repairs be made

1284.

December 22, 1701 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 529]

Proclamation ordering a public fast to be held on Friday 16 January 1702

1285.

December 24, 1701 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 179]

Declaration ordering the making of returns of barrack repairs

1286.

February 11, 1702 [P.O.I Vol. 2 p. 530]

Declaration setting the price of wines

1287.

February 28, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 532]

Proclamation authorising the arrest of straggling seamen and able-bodied landmen

1288.

March 16, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 535]

Proclamation ordering the seizure of horses owned by Catholics

1289.

March 17, 1702 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 180]

Declaration ordering all officers to return to quarters

1290.

March 18, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 536]

Proclamation declaring the accession of Queen Anne

1291.

March 18, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 537]

Proclamation promulgating the Queen’s Proclamation of 8 March 1701 continuing officeholders in position

1292.

May 4, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 538]

Proclamation for encouraging piety and virtue

1293.

May 8, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 540]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand juries of counties Mayo, Cork, Waterford and Louth to surrender themselves to the authorities

1294.

May 11, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 543]

Proclamation announcing the outbreak of war with France and Spain

1295.

May 11, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 545]

Proclamation ordering alterations to the Book of Common Prayer to reflect the accession of Queen Anne

1296.

June 8, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 546]

Declaration that military officers who refuse to serve in the West Indies be put on half-pay

1297.

June 8, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 547]

Declaration offering a reward for the apprehension of military deserters

1298.

June 10, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 548]

Declaration offering reward for the discovery of those who provide provisions or intelligence to the Queen’s enemies

1299.

July 8, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 550]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of those responsible for seizing the tobacco of the ship Betty Galley

1300.

July 17, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 551]

Declaration providing orders for the army

1301.

July 20, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 551]

Proclamation ordering a day of public fasting on 14 August 1702

1302.

August 27, 1702 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 182]

Declaration ordering officers to return to their quarters

1303.

November 20, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 553]

Proclamation announcing a public thanksgiving to be held in December 1702

1304.

December 9, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 553]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension and conviction of those responsible for robbing the Church at Finglas

1305.

December 18, 1702 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 554]

Proclamation ordering the enforcement of the laws against tories and rapparees

1306.

January 11, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 554]

Declaration ordering the surrender of deserters

1307.

February 25, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 555]

Proclamation ordering those presented as tories in various counties to surrender to the authorities

1308.

March 25, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 556]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the murderers of Edward Heaton

1309.

April 21, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 556]

Proclamation providing that tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand jury of County Cork to give themselves up

1310.

April 21, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 558]

Proclamation concerning the recapture of French prisoners of war

1311.

April 21, 1703 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 183]

Proclamation ordering the surrender and outlawing of tories and robbers

1312.

April 30, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 559]

Proclamation directing law officers to seek Bishop Maurice Donnellan and his rescuers

1313.

August 12, 1703 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 184]

Declaration ordering officers to return to their quarters

1314.

November 24, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 561]

Proclamation that those presented as tories in various counties surrender to the authorities

1315.

December 7, 1703 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 564]

Declaration concerning the maintenance of and damages to military barracks

1316.

January 15, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 564]

Proclamation ordering a general fast on Friday 18 February 1704

1317.

January 17, 1704 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 184]

Declaration for the exchange of prisoners with France

1318.

February 4, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 565]

Declaration providing orders for the army

1319.

February 12, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 565]

Declaration setting the prices of wines

1320.

February 16, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 565]

Proclamation proscribing the provision of intelligence and provisions to France and Spain

1321.

February 18, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 566]

Declaration concerning the care of empty barracks

1322.

March 13, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 566]

Proclamation encouraging piety and virtue

1323.

April 27, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 568]

Declaration offering a pardon to military deserters who re-enlist before 1 June 1704

1324.

May 14, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 568]

Proclamation revoking the licences provided to Catholics allowing them to carry arms

1325.

July 31, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 569]

Declaration offering a reward for the apprehension of military deserters

1326.

August 29, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 569]

Proclamation ordering a day of thanksgiving to be held in September 1704

1327.

September 25, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 570]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 10 February 1705

1328.

October 7, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 570]

Proclamation concerning deserters from the Earl of Donegall’s regiment

1329.

December 30, 1704 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 571]

Proclamation offering a bounty to those who enlist in the Royal navy

1330.

January 27, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 573]

Proclamation announcing that Parliament will meet on 10 February 1705

1331.

February 12, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 574]

Proclamation setting the prices of wines

1332.

March 30, 1705 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 187]

Declaration setting out a list of papists licensed to carry arms

1333.

April 9, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 579]

Proclamation ordering those presented as outlaws in counties Armagh, Meath, Tyrone, Wicklow, Antrim, Monaghan, Cavan, Cork and Kerry to surrender to the authorities

1334.

April 10, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 580]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of John Balfe

1335.

April 10, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 580]

Declaration providing for barrack furniture

1336.

May 2, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 581]

Proclamation ordering a general fast in May 1705

1337.

July 31, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 581]

Proclamation extending the provisions of the English Mutiny Act [1704 (3 & 4 Ann) c. 5] to Ireland

1338.

August 17, 1705 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 582]

Proclamation ordering a day of thanksgiving in August/September 1705

1339.

January 3, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 583]

Proclamation encouraging seamen and landmen to enlist in the Royal navy

1340.

February 9, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 583]

Declaration for discovering the robbers of the Treasury

1341.

February 12, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 584]

Declaration encouraging seamen to enlist in the Royal navy

1342.

February 12, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 584]

Declaration setting the prices of wines

1343.

February 20, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 584]

Proclamation ordering those presented as outlaws in counties Londonderry, Queen’s County, Kilkenny, Cork, Wexford, Meath, Cavan, Longford and Cork to surrender to the authorities

1344.

March 18, 1706 [D.G., Issue No. 200]

Proclamation providing that a public fast be observed on 9 April 1707

1345.

March 22, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 585]

Proclamation encouraging seamen to enlist in the Royal navy

1346.

April 11, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 586]

Proclamation prohibiting the conversion of Protestants to Catholicism

1347.

May 27, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 586]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 4 March 1707

1348.

June 10, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 586]

Proclamation ordering a day of thanksgiving on 27 June 1705

1349.

December 3, 1706 [D.G., Issue No. 170]

Proclamation providing that a public thanksgiving be observed on 31 December 1706

1350.

December 10, 1706 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 588]

Proclamation enforcing the law as to butter packing

1351.

February 15, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 589]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 13 May 1707

1352.

March 18, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 589]

Proclamation ordering a general fast on 9 April 1707

1353.

April 15, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 208]

Proclamation providing that a public thanksgiving be observed in Ireland on 1 May 1707

1354.

May 1, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 592]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 23 June 1707

1355.

May 13, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 592]

Proclamation requiring those presented as outlaws in counties Monaghan, Galway, Antrim, Cork, Down, Armagh, Cavan, Kilkenny, Westmeath, Wicklow and Waterford to surrender to the authorities

1356.

May 24, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 593]

Proclamation giving effect to an Order in Council of 17 April 1707

1357.

June 5, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 594]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 1 July 1707

1358.

July 10, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 233]

Declaration requiring officers and soldiers to return to their garrisons or quarters and remain at their duty

1359.

August 1, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 595]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the abductors of Margaret McNamara

1360.

August 1, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 595]

Proclamation levying fines on those who refuse to work on Catholic Church holidays

1361.

August 1, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 240]

Proclamation forbidding the publishing of holy days by popish priests

1362.

August 16, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 242]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for apprehending Garret Nagle and Joseph Nagle

1363.

September 26, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 597]

Declaration for the better government of the army

1364.

October 10, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 598]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of Fitzdonnell, Flaherty and Joyce for murder

1365.

October 10, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 599]

Proclamation encouraging piety and virtue

1366.

October 16, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 601]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of rapparees responsible for murder in County Longford

1367.

November 7, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 602]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of sheep killers and robbers of beehives

1368.

December 1, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 602]

Proclamation ordering a general fast on 14 January 1708

1369.

December 9, 1707 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 603]

Declaration providing regulations for soldiers on the march

1370.

December 10, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 279]

Proclamation offering a pardon and reward for the discovery of the arsonist responsible for burning down the house of Richard Huddy

1371.

December 13, 1707 [D.G., Issue No. 276]

Proclamation providing that a general fast be observed in Ireland on 14 January 1707

1372.

January 15, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 391]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 28 April 1708

1373.

February 12, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 604]

Proclamation setting the price of wines

1374.

February 21, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 402]

Proclamation providing that a public thanksgiving be observed in Ireland on 17 March 1708

1375.

March 2, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 615]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of those who supply provisions and intelligence to the Queen’s enemies

1376.

March 16, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 605]

Proclamation seeking the Pretender and ordering the enforcement of the laws against Catholics

1377.

March 23, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 306]

Proclamation for the apprehension of all popish priests not yet secured

1378.

April 5, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 606]

Proclamation ordering that named Catholic gentlemen in detention be released on condition that they provide recognizances

1379.

April 27, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 607]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 28 February 1709

1380.

April 30, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 318]

Proclamation putting into execution a law relating to butter casks

1381.

June 8, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 327]

Proclamation providing that a public thanksgiving in Ireland be observed on 27 June 1708

1382.

July 27, 1708 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 193]

Declaration for the provision of barrack furniture

1383.

August 19, 1708 [D.G., Issue No. 349]

Proclamation providing that a public thanksgiving be observed in Ireland on 16 September 1708

1384.

August 19, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 611]

Proclamation concerning light foreign currency

1385.

September 20, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 612]

Proclamation ordering that the laws against popery be put into effect

1386.

October 2, 1708 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 612]

Declaration containing orders for the government of the army

1387.

January 15, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 613]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 28 February 1709

1388.

February 12, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 613]

Proclamation setting the price of wines

1389.

February 12, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 614]

Proclamation ordering a day of thanksgiving on 17 March 1709

1390.

March 2, 1709 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 194]

Proclamation prohibiting fishermen corresponding with the enemy

1391.

March 4, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 512]

Proclamation providing that a public fast be observed in Ireland on 29 March 1709

1392.

March 11, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 616]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of corn, grain and meal

1393.

April 22, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 419]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 5 May 1709

1394.

June 10, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 434]

Declaration offering a reward for the apprehension of robbers of the Queen’s revenue

1395.

August 30, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 457]

Proclamation commanding that no person shall stop or open the Queen’s mail bags or post bags

1396.

September 10, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 619]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of sheep killers and robbers of beehives

1397.

September 13, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 460]

Proclamation providing that the convocation of the clergy be prorogued to 2 March 1710

1398.

September 22, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 621]

Proclamation ordering that the Palatine refugees be well treated

1399.

October 21, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 471]

Proclamation against forestalling, regrating and engrossing bread-corn and other sort of grain

1400.

October 21, 1709 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 622]

Proclamation ordering a general thanksgiving on 22 November 1709

1401.

October 25, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 471]

Proclamation for a general thanksgiving for victory at Blaregnies to be observed on 22 November

1402.

November 10, 1709 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 195]

Declaration ordering officers to return to their quarters

1403.

December 19, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 488]

Proclamation prohibiting the exportation of all manner of corn, grain and meal except such quantities as shall be necessary for the provision of ships

1404.

December 19, 1709 [D.G., Issue No. 489]

Proclamation for the apprehension of tories, robbers and rapparees in Ireland

1405.

January 27, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 625]

Declaration for providing barrack furniture

1406.

February 13, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 625]

Proclamation setting the price of wines

1407.

March 2, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 613]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 5 May 1710

1408.

March 4, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 626]

Proclamation ordering a general fast on 29 March 1710

1409.

March 9, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 627]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 27 April 1710

1410.

March 14, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 617]

Proclamation encouraging seamen to enter themselves on board Her Majesty’s ships of war under the direction of the Governors of Ireland

1411.

March 28, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 516]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of Francis Eustace wanted for the murder of his wife

1412.

April 14, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 522]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 4 May 1710

1413.

April 26, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 524]

Proclamation providing for the revocation of a previous Proclamation in relation to the exportation of corn, grain and meal

1414.

April 27, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 524]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 11 May 1710

1415.

May 8, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 630]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 19 May 1710

1416.

June 26, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 542]

Proclamation providing for the suppression of riotous assemblies of papists in County Meath

1417.

June 26, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 542]

Proclamation offering a pardon and reward for the apprehension of the person responsible for breaking and defacing the statue of King William in Dublin

1418.

June 26, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 632]

Proclamation concerning tumultuous, dangerous and unlawful assembly at St John’s Well in County Meath

1419.

July 5, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 633]

Proclamation for the settlement of the Palatine refugees

1420.

October 13, 1710 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 633]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of robbers of seized tobacco in County Antrim

1421.

November 28, 1710 [D.G., Issue No. 588]

Proclamation requiring quarantine to be performed by ships coming from the Baltic sea arriving in any ports in Ireland

1422.

February 12, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 636]

Proclamation setting the price of wines

1423.

March 2, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 636]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 1 May 1711

1424.

March 14, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 637]

Proclamation for encouraging naval recruitment

1425.

April 24, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 638]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 31 May 1711

1426.

May 26, 1711 [D.G., Issue No. 637]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 18 June 1711

1427.

June 6, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 639]

Proclamation for the apprehension of the crew of a French privateer

1428.

June 12, 1711 [D.G., Issue No. 642]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 9 July 1711

1429.

August 17, 1711 [D.G., Issue No. 662]

Proclamation requiring quarantine to be performed by ships coming from the Sound or Baltic

1430.

October 6, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 643]

Proclamation applying quarantine on ships coming from the Baltic Sea and other places

1431.

November 19, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 645]

Proclamation invalidating licences permitting Catholics to bear arms

1432.

November 30, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 647]

Proclamation for the prevention of maiming and houghing of cattle

1433.

December 13, 1711 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 648]

Proclamation for the enforcement of the law against houghers

1434.

February 8, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 650]

Proclamation for the suppressing of tories, robbers and rapparees

1435.

February 8, 1712 [D.G., Issue No. 712]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the author of a treasonable letter

1436.

February 8, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 653]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the perpetrators of murder

1437.

February 21, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 654]

Declaration ordering the army to assist with the apprehension of tories, robbers and rapparees

1438.

March 20, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 655]

Proclamation for the suppression of houghing and committing Catholic priests into custody

1439.

July 11, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 656]

Proclamation for the removal of the quarantine order on ships from Hamburg

1440.

July 11, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 657]

Proclamation for the apprehension of Father Bryan McHugh

1441.

July 30, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 658]

Proclamation giving currency to foreign coin

1442.

August 9, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 661]

Proclamation re-imposing quarantine on shipping from the Baltic

1443.

August 29, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 663]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament to 19 February 1713

1444.

August 29, 1712 [D.G., Issue No. 769]

Proclamation extending to Ireland a suspension of arms agreed between Her Majesty and the Most Christian King

1445.

September 16, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 664]

Proclamation applying quarantine to ships from the Baltic Sea and other places

1446.

September 20, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 665]

Proclamation for the apprehension of nuns settled in Dublin

1447.

November 29, 1712 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 668]

Proclamation for the apprehension of two murderers

1448.

December 16, 1712 [D.G., Issue No. 800]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of the author of a treasonable publication

1449.

January 10, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 670]

Proclamation for the seizing and apprehension of Lieutenant General George MacCartney

1450.

January 16, 1713 [D.G., Issue No. 966]

Order placing officers on half-pay

1451.

February 2, 1713 [L.G., Issue No. 5201]

Proclamation for the apprehension of persons whom enlist Her Majesty’s subjects for the service of the Pretender

1452.

February 4, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 672]

Proclamation for the suppression of houghing in Connacht

1453.

February 7, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 673]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 21 May 1713

1454.

May 6, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 674]

Proclamation for the dissolution of Parliament

1455.

May 15, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 674]

Proclamation announcing the Peace of Utrecht between Britain and France

1456.

June 2, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 675]

Proclamation announcing a public thanksgiving on 16 June 1713

1457.

September 15, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 676]

Proclamation for the better performance of quarantine against the Plague

1458.

October 10, 1713 [D.G., Issue No. 939]

Proclamation that Parliament be held in Dublin on 20 November 1713

1459.

November 19, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 678]

Proclamation proroguing the meeting of Parliament to 25 November 1713

1460.

December 9, 1713 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 679]

Proclamation for the protection and security of the mail

1461.

January 5, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 963]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 18 January 1714

1462.

January 14, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 966]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 27 January 1714

1463.

February 1, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 681]

Proclamation proroguing the meeting of Parliament to 10 August 1714

1464.

February 2, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 681]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of Lieutenant Toby Butler and others

1465.

February 8, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1078]

Proclamation ordering that a public thanksgiving to be observed throughout Ireland on 1 March 1714

1466.

February 8, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1081]

Proclamation for the apprehension of tories, robbers and rapperees

1467.

March 7, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1086]

Proclamation promising a reward for the discovery and apprehension of Walter Eustace and Christopher Everard

1468.

March 18, 1714 [Steele Vol. 2 p. 202]

Proclamation authorising the seizure of arms of papists not licensed

1469.

March 18, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 682]

Proclamation containing a list of Catholics licensed to carry arms

1470.

March 27, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 689]

Proclamation publishing the peace between Britain and Spain

1471.

April 19, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 690]

Proclamation against popish priests, Jesuits and rebels

1472.

May 28, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 690]

Proclamation preventing enlistment in the service of the Pretender

1473.

June 22, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 693]

Proclamation altering the Book of Common Prayer

1474.

July 7, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 694]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the Pretender

1475.

July 24, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 2 p. 697]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 12 October 1714

1476.

July 24, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1022]

Proclamation declaring the new species of French coin current in the Kingdom of Ireland

1477.

July 27, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1021]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 12 October 1714

1478.

August 6, 1714 [L.G., Issue No. 5251]

Proclamation declaring Prince George as the King of Great Britain, France and Ireland

1479.

August 7, 1714 [L.G., Issue No. 5251]

Proclamation requiring all papists licensed to keep and wear arms to deliver up their respective arms and all ammunition in their possession

1480.

August 17, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 7]

Proclamation authorising alterations to the Book of Common Prayer

1481.

October 22, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1047]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of the persons responsible for breaking the statue of King William in Dublin

1482.

November 11, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 10]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of robbers in Dublin City

1483.

November 30, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 11]

Proclamation against houghers of cattle

1484.

December 6, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 11]

Proclamation enforcing the law against Catholics and non-jurors

1485.

December 6, 1714 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 11]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of the author and publisher of a libellous print

1486.

December 20, 1714 [D.G., Issue No. 1065]

Proclamation for the apprehension of Bryan Bane O’Neill, Hugh O’Neill and Arthur McDonnell who are declared tories, robbers and rapparees

1487.

February 8, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 15]

Proclamation ordering a general thanksgiving on 1 March 1715

1488.

February 8, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 16]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees in Queen’s County and counties Louth, Monaghan, Kilkenny, Fermanagh and Longford to surrender

1489.

March 7, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 20]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of two escaped prisoners

1490.

March 7, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 21]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of those who defaced King William’s statue

1491.

March 18, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 22]

Proclamation ordering the disarming of Catholics

1492.

March 18, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 22]

Proclamation authorising those in office to remain in position

1493.

March 21, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 22]

Proclamation regulating the making and use of butter cases

1494.

May 21, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 26]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of those responsible for issuing seditious words

1495.

July 20, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 27]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees to surrender to the authorities

1496.

July 29, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 28]

Proclamation instructing local law officers to disarm Catholics and to enforce popery laws

1497.

October 3, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 29]

Proclamation authorising the assembly of Parliament on 12 November 1715

1498.

October 25, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 30]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of the author of a seditious paper

1499.

October 30, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 30]

Proclamation ordering the assembly of a new Parliament

1500.

November 11, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 31]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of those involved in the rescue of James Kilkenny, Franciscan Friar

1501.

November 23, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 32]

Proclamation proscribing the sending of provisions to and making contact with the Jacobites in Scotland, and offering a reward for the apprehension of Catholic priests

1502.

November 23, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 33]

Proclamation enforcing the restrictions on Catholics in Galway and Limerick

1503.

December 17, 1715 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 35]

Proclamation for the apprehension of disaffected persons travelling to Scotland

1504.

February 1, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 39]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the author of a pamphlet

1505.

February 1, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 40]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of James, Duke of Ormond

1506.

February 9, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 40]

Proclamation prohibiting the enlisting of Catholics in the army

1507.

February 23, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 41]

Proclamation outlining instructions for officers employed in military recruitment

1508.

March 3, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 44]

Proclamation order to enlist soldiers

1509.

March 14, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 44]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension and discovery of any person concerned in the murder of Abraham Coats

1510.

April 17, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 45]

Proclamation convening a meeting of Parliament on 3 May 1716

1511.

April 18, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 46]

Proclamation requiring tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand juries of counties Kilkenny, Tyrone and Carlow to surrender to the authorities

1512.

April 18, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 48]

Proclamation ordering a day of public thanksgiving for the suppression of the Jacobite rebellion

1513.

May 5, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 48]

Proclamation requiring tories, robbers and rapparees in counties Cork, Tyrone and Kilkenny to surrender to the authorities

1514.

May 17, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 52]

Proclamation ordering a day of public thanksgiving on 7 June 1716

1515.

August 6, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 53]

Proclamation offering a pardon to military deserters who return to duty by 1 December 1716

1516.

August 15, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 54]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 25 September 1716

1517.

September 22, 1716 [D.G., Issue No. 1243]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 12 October 1716

1518.

October 8, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 55]

Proclamation ordering the enforcement of the laws against Catholic ecclesiastics and regular clergy

1519.

December 19, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 57]

Proclamation instructing tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand juries of Queen’s County and counties Cavan, Londonderry and Wicklow to surrender to the authorities

1520.

December 19, 1716 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 59]

Proclamation promulgating the law in respect of butter and tallow casks

1521.

May 14, 1717 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 63]

Proclamation promulgating the law in relation to butter and tallow casks

1522.

June 11, 1717 [L.G., Issue No. 5549]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 15 August 1717

1523.

June 13, 1717 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 68]

Proclamation for the discovery of those involved in a regimental mutiny at Athlone

1524.

October 24, 1717 [L.G., Issue No. 5586]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward in relation to the murder of Henry Lutterell and attempted murder of Charles O’Hara

1525.

November 23, 1717 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 72]

Proclamation further proclaiming the offer of a reward for the discovery of the assassin of Henry Lutterell

1526.

December 24, 1717 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 73]

Proclamation requiring tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand juries of counties Antrim, Monaghan, Louth, Clare and Cavan to surrender

1527.

January 19, 1718 [L.G., Issue No. 5715]

Proclamation for the apprehension of James Butler

1528.

March 29, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 76]

Proclamation promulgating the law in respect of butter and tallow casks

1529.

April, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 80]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees to surrender to the authorities

1530.

May 5, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 81]

Proclamation directing that foreign gold coin be accepted as currency

1531.

June 23, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 83]

Proclamation offering a reward for the discovery of an arsonist in County Kildare

1532.

July 1, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 84]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees presented by the grand juries of counties Cork, Louth, Roscommon, Clare and Monaghan to surrender

1533.

July 8, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 87]

Proclamations offering a reward for the discovery of those responsible for defacing a royal portrait in the Tholsel of the City of Dublin

1534.

July 18, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 88]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 19 June 1719

1535.

December 9, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 88]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the abductors of Jane Monck

1536.

December 20, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 88]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the abductors of Rebecca White

1537.

December 26, 1718 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 89]

Proclamation declaring war against Spain

1538.

January 19, 1719 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 92]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of James Butler, Duke of Ormond

1539.

March 5, 1719 [D.G., Issue No. 1604]

Order promising a reward for the discovery and apprehension of any persons concerned in assaulting revenue officers and in exportation of wool illegally in Wexford

1540.

March 26, 1719 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 94]

Proclamation recalling licences granted to Catholics to allow them to bear arms, and requiring local officials to enforce the popery laws against Catholic priests and others

1541.

April 10, 1719 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 96]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of James Sarsfield, Lord Lucan, and the enforcement of certain popery laws

1542.

June 13, 1719 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 99]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees to surrender to the authorities

1543.

October 16, 1719 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 99]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of the arsonists of Loghlin Castle

1544.

December 10, 1719 [L.G., Issue No. 5810]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be prorogued to 23 June 1720

1545.

January 19, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 100]

Proclamation offering a reward for the apprehension of arsonists in County Cork

1546.

June 16, 1720 [D.G., Issue No. 1630]

Proclamation providing that Parliament be further prorogued to 20 September 1720

1547.

June 16, 1720 [D.G., Issue No. 1630]

Order promising a reward for the recovery of goods seized by a revenue officer and for the discovery of persons concerned in the assault of the same officer

1548.

June 20, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 101]

Proclamation seeking to protect Quakers from assault in the wake of James Cotter’s execution

1549.

August 16, 1720 [D.G., Issue No. 1648]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the discovery of persons responsible for cutting down trees

1550.

August 27, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 103]

Proclamation extending the prorogation of Parliament to 24 March 1721

1551.

September 3, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 103]

Proclamation imposing quarantine on shipping from the Mediterranean

1552.

October 27, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 106]

Proclamation applying quarantine to ships from France and the Bay of Biscay

1553.

November 4, 1720 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 108]

Proclamation requiring ships from the Mediterranean and Bay of Biscay to observe quarantine

1554.

December 6, 1720 [D.G., Issue No. 1679]

Proclamation appointing Lough Learn for the purpose of quarantine

1555.

February 14, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 114]

Proclamation proscribing the enlistment of men for foreign service

1556.

February 18, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 114]

Proclamation imposing a quarantine requirement upon shipping from the Mediterranean, France and the Channel Islands

1557.

March 6, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 119]

Proclamation proroguing Parliament

1558.

July 10, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 119]

Proclamation ordering tories, robbers and rapparees presented in counties Tipperary, Donegal, Clare, Antrim and Kildare to surrender to the authorities

1559.

October 6, 1721 [L.G., Issue No. 5999]

Proclamation notifying the regulations that ships trading with Spain are liable to

1560.

October 19, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 123]

Proclamation imposing quarantine on a Dutch frigate carrying disease

1561.

October 19, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 123]

Proclamation regulating the terms on which people travelling from France and Italy will be admitted to Ireland in order to combat the threat of plague

1562.

November 14, 1721 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 123]

Proclamation seeking to enforce the law against immorality, vice and profanity

1563.

January 11, 1722 [P.O.I. Vol. 3 p. 124]

Proclamation appointing Quigley’s Point as a quarantine centre on North coast

1564.

January 18, 1722 [Steele Vol. 4 p. 20]

Order proroguing Parliament to 13 February 1722

1565.

January 21, 1722 [L.G., Issue No. 6135]

Proclamation promising a pardon and reward for the apprehension of persons suspected of abducting Mary Dowdall

1566.

January 25, 1722 [L.G., Issue No. 6135]

Proclamation promising a reward for taking and apprehending Sir Andrew Aylmer and others

1567.