Letter – Martin Morrison to George Crawhall – 1 Jan 1817

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Jan 1817
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: George Crawhall
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Fifty Pounds Reward

Whereas divers illdisposed persons have lately assembled in a riotous manner & attempted to seduce the Workmen at Allenheads Coalcleugh to leave their employment This is to give Notice that any endeavour to seduce the said Workmen to desist from their work will be punished to the utmost severity of the Law & a Reward of Fifty Pounds is hereby offered to any person who will give information of such offence so as the Offender or Offenders may be convicted thereof

				January 1st 1817

The above Notice was sent to Mr Crawhall to be posted at Allenheads 

& Coalcleugh Mines			Janry 1/1817

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