Whereas a most wicked and unnatural rebellion against Our Sovereign Lord King George, and his government is actually begun, and has made some progress in Scotland; and whereas there are undoubted evidences, that it will soon be supported by the common and united enemies of Great-Britain, the Crowns of France and Spain, actual preparations and embarkations being made for that purpose in several ports of their kingdoms; and whereas this county of York will probably be soon and most nearly affected by the progress of this rebellion, a general meeting of the several gentlemen and clergy in the several ridings of this county is desired to be at the Castle of York, on Tuesday the Twenty-fourth of this instant September, in order to consult of such measures as may be thought necessary for the support of the king and government, and for the immediate defence of this county in particular, at a time, when the very being of our constitution, and the security of our liberty, and property, and religion is in the most apparent and imminent danger [electronic resource].

[York : s.n., 1745]
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