The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. - Volume 07 Historical and Political Tracts-Irish
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The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. - Volume 07 Historical and Political Tracts-Irish

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  • THE PROSE WORKS
    • OF
  • JONATHAN SWIFT, D.D.
    • EDITED BY
      • TEMPLE SCOTT.
      • VOL. VII
        • HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL TRACTS—IRISH
      • HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL TRACTS—IRISH
    • TEMPLE SCOTT.
    • VOL. VII
      • HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL TRACTS—IRISH
    • HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL TRACTS—IRISH
    • SOME PRESS OPINIONS
      • Jonathan Swift From an engraving by Andrew Miller after the painting by Francis Bindon in the Deanery of St. Patrick's Dublin.
    • Jonathan Swift From an engraving by Andrew Miller after the painting by Francis Bindon in the Deanery of St. Patrick's Dublin.
    • INTRODUCTION
    • CONTENTS
      • A LETTER
        • TO
      • TO
      • A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, IN IRELAND,
      • UPON THE CHOOSING A NEW SPEAKER THERE.
    • A LETTER
      • TO
    • TO
    • A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, IN IRELAND,
    • UPON THE CHOOSING A NEW SPEAKER THERE.
    • NOTE.
      • A LETTER
        • TO
      • TO
      • A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, IN IRELAND,
      • UPON THE CHOOSING A NEW SPEAKER THERE.
      • A PROPOSAL
        • FOR THE
      • FOR THE
      • UNIVERSAL USE OF IRISH MANUFACTURE.
      • NOTE.
      • A
    • A LETTER
      • TO
    • TO
    • A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, IN IRELAND,
    • UPON THE CHOOSING A NEW SPEAKER THERE.
    • A PROPOSAL
      • FOR THE
    • FOR THE
    • UNIVERSAL USE OF IRISH MANUFACTURE.
    • NOTE.
    • A
    • PROPOSAL
      • For the universal Use
      • Of Irish Manufacture,
        • IN
        • UTTERLY
      • IN
      • UTTERLY
      • Rejecting and Renouncing
    • For the universal Use
    • Of Irish Manufacture,
      • IN
      • UTTERLY
    • IN
    • UTTERLY
    • Rejecting and Renouncing
    • ENGLAND.
      • A PROPOSAL FOR THE UNIVERSAL USE OF IRISH MANUFACTURE, IN CLOTHES AND FURNITURE OF HOUSES, &c.
        • UTTERLY REJECTING AND RENOUNCING EVERY THING WEARABLE THAT COMES FROM ENGLAND.
        • AN ESSAY
      • UTTERLY REJECTING AND RENOUNCING EVERY THING WEARABLE THAT COMES FROM ENGLAND.
      • AN ESSAY
      • ENGLISH BUBBLES.
      • NOTE.
      • AN ESSAY ON ENGLISH BUBBLES.
      • THE SWEARER'S BANK.
      • NOTE.
        • THE
      • THE
    • A PROPOSAL FOR THE UNIVERSAL USE OF IRISH MANUFACTURE, IN CLOTHES AND FURNITURE OF HOUSES, &c.
      • UTTERLY REJECTING AND RENOUNCING EVERY THING WEARABLE THAT COMES FROM ENGLAND.
      • AN ESSAY
    • UTTERLY REJECTING AND RENOUNCING EVERY THING WEARABLE THAT COMES FROM ENGLAND.
    • AN ESSAY
    • ENGLISH BUBBLES.
    • NOTE.
    • AN ESSAY ON ENGLISH BUBBLES.
    • THE SWEARER'S BANK.
    • NOTE.
      • THE
    • THE
    • Swearer's-Bank:
      • OR,
    • OR,
    • Parliamentary Security
      • FOR
      • Establishing a new Bank
        • IN
      • IN
    • FOR
    • Establishing a new Bank
      • IN
    • IN
    • IRELAND.
      • The Medicinal Use of Oaths is considered.
        • (WITH
        • The Best in Christendom. A TALE.)
        • Written by Dean Swift.
      • (WITH
      • The Best in Christendom. A TALE.)
      • Written by Dean Swift.
      • An ESSAY upon English Bubbles.
      • THE SWEARER'S BANK.
      • A LETTER
        • TO THE
      • TO THE
      • KING AT ARMS.
        • THE
      • THE
      • LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS
        • OF
      • OF
      • EBENEZER ELLISTON.
        • WHO WAS EXECUTED THE SECOND DAY OF MAY, 1722.
      • WHO WAS EXECUTED THE SECOND DAY OF MAY, 1722.
      • NOTE.
      • THE LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS OF EBENEZER ELLISTON.
      • THE TRUTH
        • OF SOME
      • OF SOME
      • MAXIMS IN STATE AND GOVERNMENT,
        • EXAMINED
      • EXAMINED
      • WITH REFERENCE TO IRELAND.
      • NOTE.
      • MAXIMS CONTROLLED[37] IN IRELAND.
        • THE
      • THE
      • BLUNDERS, DEFICIENCIES, DISTRESSES,
      • AND MISFORTUNES OF QUILCA.
        • PROPOSED TO CONTAIN ONE AND TWENTY VOLUMES IN QUARTO
      • PROPOSED TO CONTAIN ONE AND TWENTY VOLUMES IN QUARTO
      • NOTE.
        • THE
      • THE
      • BLUNDERS, DEFICIENCIES, DISTRESSES, AND MISFORTUNES OF QUILCA.[45]
        • A SHORT VIEW
      • A SHORT VIEW
      • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
      • NOTE.
        • A
      • A
      • Short VIEW
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
    • The Medicinal Use of Oaths is considered.
      • (WITH
      • The Best in Christendom. A TALE.)
      • Written by Dean Swift.
    • (WITH
    • The Best in Christendom. A TALE.)
    • Written by Dean Swift.
    • An ESSAY upon English Bubbles.
    • THE SWEARER'S BANK.
    • A LETTER
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • KING AT ARMS.
      • THE
    • THE
    • LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS
      • OF
    • OF
    • EBENEZER ELLISTON.
      • WHO WAS EXECUTED THE SECOND DAY OF MAY, 1722.
    • WHO WAS EXECUTED THE SECOND DAY OF MAY, 1722.
    • NOTE.
    • THE LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS OF EBENEZER ELLISTON.
    • THE TRUTH
      • OF SOME
    • OF SOME
    • MAXIMS IN STATE AND GOVERNMENT,
      • EXAMINED
    • EXAMINED
    • WITH REFERENCE TO IRELAND.
    • NOTE.
    • MAXIMS CONTROLLED[37] IN IRELAND.
      • THE
    • THE
    • BLUNDERS, DEFICIENCIES, DISTRESSES,
    • AND MISFORTUNES OF QUILCA.
      • PROPOSED TO CONTAIN ONE AND TWENTY VOLUMES IN QUARTO
    • PROPOSED TO CONTAIN ONE AND TWENTY VOLUMES IN QUARTO
    • NOTE.
      • THE
    • THE
    • BLUNDERS, DEFICIENCIES, DISTRESSES, AND MISFORTUNES OF QUILCA.[45]
      • A SHORT VIEW
    • A SHORT VIEW
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • NOTE.
      • A
    • A
    • Short VIEW
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • STATE
      • OF
    • OF
    • IRELAND.
      • THE STORY
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
      • INJURED LADY.
        • WRITTEN BY HERSELF.
        • AND
      • WRITTEN BY HERSELF.
      • AND
      • THE ANSWER TO THE
      • INJURED LADY.
      • NOTE.
        • THE
      • THE
      • STORY
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
    • THE STORY
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • INJURED LADY.
      • WRITTEN BY HERSELF.
      • AND
    • WRITTEN BY HERSELF.
    • AND
    • THE ANSWER TO THE
    • INJURED LADY.
    • NOTE.
      • THE
    • THE
    • STORY
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • INJURED LADY.
      • Scotch Perfidy, Irish Poverty, and English Partiality.
        • WITH
      • WITH
      • LETTERS and POEMS
        • Never before Printed.
      • Never before Printed.
      • THE STORY OF THE INJURED LADY.
      • THE ANSWER TO THE INJURED LADY.
        • AN
      • AN
      • ANSWER TO A PAPER,
        • CALLED
      • CALLED
      • "A MEMORIAL
        • OF THE
        • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
      • OF THE
      • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
      • NOTE.
      • AN ANSWER TO A PAPER, CALLED "A MEMORIAL
        • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
      • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
    • Scotch Perfidy, Irish Poverty, and English Partiality.
      • WITH
    • WITH
    • LETTERS and POEMS
      • Never before Printed.
    • Never before Printed.
    • THE STORY OF THE INJURED LADY.
    • THE ANSWER TO THE INJURED LADY.
      • AN
    • AN
    • ANSWER TO A PAPER,
      • CALLED
    • CALLED
    • "A MEMORIAL
      • OF THE
      • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
    • OF THE
    • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
    • NOTE.
    • AN ANSWER TO A PAPER, CALLED "A MEMORIAL
      • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
    • POOR INHABITANTS, TRADESMEN, AND LABOURERS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND."
    • ANSWER
    • TO SEVERAL LETTERS FROM UNKNOWN PERSONS.[86]
      • ANSWER TO SEVERAL LETTERS FROM UNKNOWN PERSONS.[87]
      • AN ANSWER TO SEVERAL LETTERS SENT ME FROM UNKNOWN HANDS.[94]
      • A LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN,
        • CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
      • CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
      • NOTE.
      • A LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN, CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
      • OBSERVATIONS,
        • OCCASIONED BY READING A PAPER ENTITLED, "THE CASE OF THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES OF DUBLIN," ETC.[102]
        • THE
      • OCCASIONED BY READING A PAPER ENTITLED, "THE CASE OF THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES OF DUBLIN," ETC.[102]
      • THE
      • PRESENT MISERABLE STATE
        • OF
      • OF
    • ANSWER TO SEVERAL LETTERS FROM UNKNOWN PERSONS.[87]
    • AN ANSWER TO SEVERAL LETTERS SENT ME FROM UNKNOWN HANDS.[94]
    • A LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN,
      • CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
    • CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
    • NOTE.
    • A LETTER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN, CONCERNING THE WEAVERS.
    • OBSERVATIONS,
      • OCCASIONED BY READING A PAPER ENTITLED, "THE CASE OF THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES OF DUBLIN," ETC.[102]
      • THE
    • OCCASIONED BY READING A PAPER ENTITLED, "THE CASE OF THE WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES OF DUBLIN," ETC.[102]
    • THE
    • PRESENT MISERABLE STATE
      • OF
    • OF
    • IRELAND.
      • NOTE.
      • THE PRESENT MISERABLE STATE OF IRELAND.
      • THE SUBSTANCE
        • OF WHAT WAS SAID BY
      • OF WHAT WAS SAID BY
      • THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S
        • TO
      • TO
      • THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN,
        • WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
      • WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
      • NOTE.
      • THE SUBSTANCE OF WHAT WAS SAID BY THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S
        • TO THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN, WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
      • TO THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN, WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
      • ADVERTISEMENT BY DR. SWIFT,
        • IN HIS
        • DEFENCE AGAINST JOSHUA, LORD ALLEN. [112]
        • A
      • IN HIS
      • DEFENCE AGAINST JOSHUA, LORD ALLEN. [112]
      • A
      • LETTER
        • ON
      • ON
      • MR. M'CULLA'S PROJECT ABOUT HALFPENCE,
        • AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
      • AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
    • NOTE.
    • THE PRESENT MISERABLE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • THE SUBSTANCE
      • OF WHAT WAS SAID BY
    • OF WHAT WAS SAID BY
    • THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S
      • TO
    • TO
    • THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN,
      • WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
    • WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
    • NOTE.
    • THE SUBSTANCE OF WHAT WAS SAID BY THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S
      • TO THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN, WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
    • TO THE LORD MAYOR AND SOME OF THE ALDERMEN, WHEN HIS LORDSHIP CAME TO PRESENT THE SAID DEAN WITH HIS FREEDOM IN A GOLD BOX.
    • ADVERTISEMENT BY DR. SWIFT,
      • IN HIS
      • DEFENCE AGAINST JOSHUA, LORD ALLEN. [112]
      • A
    • IN HIS
    • DEFENCE AGAINST JOSHUA, LORD ALLEN. [112]
    • A
    • LETTER
      • ON
    • ON
    • MR. M'CULLA'S PROJECT ABOUT HALFPENCE,
      • AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
    • AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
    • NOTE.
      • A LETTER ON MR. M'CULLA'S PROJECT ABOUT HALFPENCE, AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
      • A PROPOSAL
        • ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
      • ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
      • NOTE.
      • A PROPOSAL THAT ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
      • A MODEST
    • A LETTER ON MR. M'CULLA'S PROJECT ABOUT HALFPENCE, AND A NEW ONE PROPOSED.
    • A PROPOSAL
      • ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
    • ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
    • NOTE.
    • A PROPOSAL THAT ALL THE LADIES AND WOMEN OF IRELAND SHOULD APPEAR CONSTANTLY IN IRISH MANUFACTURES.
    • A MODEST
    • PROPOSAL
      • For preventing the
      • CHILDREN
        • OF
      • OF
      • POOR PEOPLE
      • Their Parents or Country,
        • AND
        • For making them Beneficial to the
        • Publick.
      • AND
      • For making them Beneficial to the
      • Publick.
      • NOTE.
        • A
      • A
      • MODEST PROPOSAL
        • FOR PREVENTING THE CHILDREN OF POOR PEOPLE FROM BEING A BURTHEN TO THEIR PARENTS OR COUNTRY, AND FOR MAKING THEM BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC.
      • FOR PREVENTING THE CHILDREN OF POOR PEOPLE FROM BEING A BURTHEN TO THEIR PARENTS OR COUNTRY, AND FOR MAKING THEM BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC.
      • ANSWER TO THE CRAFTSMAN.
      • NOTE.
      • ANSWER TO THE CRAFTSMAN[138]
        • A
      • A
      • VINDICATION
        • OF
      • OF
      • HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET.
      • NOTE.
        • A
      • A
    • For preventing the
    • CHILDREN
      • OF
    • OF
    • POOR PEOPLE
    • Their Parents or Country,
      • AND
      • For making them Beneficial to the
      • Publick.
    • AND
    • For making them Beneficial to the
    • Publick.
    • NOTE.
      • A
    • A
    • MODEST PROPOSAL
      • FOR PREVENTING THE CHILDREN OF POOR PEOPLE FROM BEING A BURTHEN TO THEIR PARENTS OR COUNTRY, AND FOR MAKING THEM BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC.
    • FOR PREVENTING THE CHILDREN OF POOR PEOPLE FROM BEING A BURTHEN TO THEIR PARENTS OR COUNTRY, AND FOR MAKING THEM BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC.
    • ANSWER TO THE CRAFTSMAN.
    • NOTE.
    • ANSWER TO THE CRAFTSMAN[138]
      • A
    • A
    • VINDICATION
      • OF
    • OF
    • HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET.
    • NOTE.
      • A
    • A
    • VINDICATION
      • OF HIS
      • EXCELLENCY
        • THE
      • THE
    • OF HIS
    • EXCELLENCY
      • THE
    • THE
    • Lord C——T,
      • FROM THE
      • CHARGE
        • Tories, High-Churchmen and Jacobites.
      • Tories, High-Churchmen and Jacobites.
      • A VINDICATION OF HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET.
      • A PROPOSAL
        • AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
      • AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
      • NOTE.
      • A PROPOSAL FOR AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
      • A CASE SUBMITTED BY DEAN SWIFT TO MR. LINDSAY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW.[172]
        • AN
      • AN
      • EXAMINATION
        • OF
      • OF
      • CERTAIN ABUSES, CORRUPTIONS, AND ENORMITIES
        • IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN.
      • IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN.
      • NOTE.
        • AN
      • AN
    • FROM THE
    • CHARGE
      • Tories, High-Churchmen and Jacobites.
    • Tories, High-Churchmen and Jacobites.
    • A VINDICATION OF HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET.
    • A PROPOSAL
      • AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
    • AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
    • NOTE.
    • A PROPOSAL FOR AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, TO PAY OFF THE DEBT OF THE NATION, WITHOUT TAXING THE SUBJECT.
    • A CASE SUBMITTED BY DEAN SWIFT TO MR. LINDSAY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW.[172]
      • AN
    • AN
    • EXAMINATION
      • OF
    • OF
    • CERTAIN ABUSES, CORRUPTIONS, AND ENORMITIES
      • IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN.
    • IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN.
    • NOTE.
      • AN
    • AN
    • EXAMINATION
      • OF CERTAIN
      • Abuses, Corruptions,
        • AND
      • AND
      • ENORMITIES
        • IN THE
      • IN THE
      • City of DUBLIN.
        • A
      • A
      • SERIOUS and USEFUL
    • OF CERTAIN
    • Abuses, Corruptions,
      • AND
    • AND
    • ENORMITIES
      • IN THE
    • IN THE
    • City of DUBLIN.
      • A
    • A
    • SERIOUS and USEFUL
    • SCHEME,
      • To make an
      • Hospital for Incurables,
        • OF
      • OF
      • Universal Benefit to all His Majesty's Subjects.
        • A Petition of the Footmen in and about Dublin.
      • A Petition of the Footmen in and about Dublin.
      • NOTE.
      • A SERIOUS AND USEFUL SCHEME TO MAKE AN HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.
        • TO THE HONOURABLE
      • TO THE HONOURABLE
      • HOUSE OF COMMONS, &c.
      • NOTE.
        • TO THE HONOURABLE
      • TO THE HONOURABLE
      • HOUSE OF COMMONS, &c.
      • ADVICE
        • TO THE
      • TO THE
      • FREEMEN OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN,
        • IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
      • IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
      • NOTE.
      • ADVICE TO THE FREEMEN OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
        • SOME
      • SOME
      • CONSIDERATIONS
        • IN THE
      • IN THE
      • CHOICE OF A RECORDER.
      • SOME CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CHOICE OF A RECORDER.
      • A PROPOSAL
        • FOR GIVING
      • FOR GIVING
    • To make an
    • Hospital for Incurables,
      • OF
    • OF
    • Universal Benefit to all His Majesty's Subjects.
      • A Petition of the Footmen in and about Dublin.
    • A Petition of the Footmen in and about Dublin.
    • NOTE.
    • A SERIOUS AND USEFUL SCHEME TO MAKE AN HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.
      • TO THE HONOURABLE
    • TO THE HONOURABLE
    • HOUSE OF COMMONS, &c.
    • NOTE.
      • TO THE HONOURABLE
    • TO THE HONOURABLE
    • HOUSE OF COMMONS, &c.
    • ADVICE
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • FREEMEN OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN,
      • IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
    • IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
    • NOTE.
    • ADVICE TO THE FREEMEN OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, IN THE CHOICE OF A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THEM IN PARLIAMENT.
      • SOME
    • SOME
    • CONSIDERATIONS
      • IN THE
    • IN THE
    • CHOICE OF A RECORDER.
    • SOME CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CHOICE OF A RECORDER.
    • A PROPOSAL
      • FOR GIVING
    • FOR GIVING
    • BADGES
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • BEGGARS
      • IN ALL THE
      • Parishes of DUBLIN.
      • DEAN of St. PATRICK's
      • NOTE.
      • A PROPOSAL FOR GIVING BADGES TO THE BEGGARS IN ALL THE PARISHES OF DUBLIN.
        • CONSIDERATIONS
      • CONSIDERATIONS
      • ABOUT MAINTAINING THE POOR.
      • NOTE.
      • CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT MAINTAINING THE POOR.
      • ON BARBAROUS DENOMINATIONS IN IRELAND.
      • SPEECH DELIVERED BY DEAN SWIFT
        • TO AN ASSEMBLY OF MERCHANTS MET AT THE GUILDHALL, TO DRAW UP A PETITION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT ON THE LOWERING OF COIN, APRIL 24TH, 1736.
      • TO AN ASSEMBLY OF MERCHANTS MET AT THE GUILDHALL, TO DRAW UP A PETITION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT ON THE LOWERING OF COIN, APRIL 24TH, 1736.
      • NOTE.
      • SPEECH DELIVERED ON THE LOWERING OF THE COIN.
    • IN ALL THE
    • Parishes of DUBLIN.
    • DEAN of St. PATRICK's
    • NOTE.
    • A PROPOSAL FOR GIVING BADGES TO THE BEGGARS IN ALL THE PARISHES OF DUBLIN.
      • CONSIDERATIONS
    • CONSIDERATIONS
    • ABOUT MAINTAINING THE POOR.
    • NOTE.
    • CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT MAINTAINING THE POOR.
    • ON BARBAROUS DENOMINATIONS IN IRELAND.
    • SPEECH DELIVERED BY DEAN SWIFT
      • TO AN ASSEMBLY OF MERCHANTS MET AT THE GUILDHALL, TO DRAW UP A PETITION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT ON THE LOWERING OF COIN, APRIL 24TH, 1736.
    • TO AN ASSEMBLY OF MERCHANTS MET AT THE GUILDHALL, TO DRAW UP A PETITION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT ON THE LOWERING OF COIN, APRIL 24TH, 1736.
    • NOTE.
    • SPEECH DELIVERED ON THE LOWERING OF THE COIN.
    • MISCELLANEOUS PIECES.
      • IRISH ELOQUENCE.[196]
      • A DIALOGUE IN HIBERNIAN STYLE BETWEEN A. AND B.[197]
      • TO THE PROVOST AND SENIOR FELLOWS OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN.
      • TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR, ALDERMEN, SHERIFFS, AND COMMON-COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORK.
      • TO THE HONOURABLE THE SOCIETY
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
      • GOVERNOR AND ASSISTANTS, LONDON,
        • FOR THE NEW PLANTATION IN ULSTER, WITHIN THE REALM OF IRELAND, AT THE CHAMBER IN GUILDHALL, LONDON.
      • FOR THE NEW PLANTATION IN ULSTER, WITHIN THE REALM OF IRELAND, AT THE CHAMBER IN GUILDHALL, LONDON.
      • CERTIFICATE TO A DISCARDED SERVANT.
      • AN EXHORTATION ADDRESSED TO THE SUB-DEAN AND CHAPTER OF ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, DUBLIN.
      • APPENDIX.
      • A LETTER TO THE WRITER OF THE OCCASIONAL PAPER.
      • NOTE.
        • "PROPOSAL FOR VIRTUE."
      • "PROPOSAL FOR VIRTUE."
      • A LETTER TO THE WRITER OF THE OCCASIONAL PAPER. or [200]
        • [VIDE THE CRAFTSMAN, 1727.]
      • [VIDE THE CRAFTSMAN, 1727.]
      • AN ACCOUNT OF THE COURT AND EMPIRE OF JAPAN.[202]
      • THE ANSWER OF THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM PULTENEY, Esq., TO THE RIGHT HON. SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.[216]
      • INDEX
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • IRISH ELOQUENCE.[196]
    • A DIALOGUE IN HIBERNIAN STYLE BETWEEN A. AND B.[197]
    • TO THE PROVOST AND SENIOR FELLOWS OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN.
    • TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR, ALDERMEN, SHERIFFS, AND COMMON-COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORK.
    • TO THE HONOURABLE THE SOCIETY
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • GOVERNOR AND ASSISTANTS, LONDON,
      • FOR THE NEW PLANTATION IN ULSTER, WITHIN THE REALM OF IRELAND, AT THE CHAMBER IN GUILDHALL, LONDON.
    • FOR THE NEW PLANTATION IN ULSTER, WITHIN THE REALM OF IRELAND, AT THE CHAMBER IN GUILDHALL, LONDON.
    • CERTIFICATE TO A DISCARDED SERVANT.
    • AN EXHORTATION ADDRESSED TO THE SUB-DEAN AND CHAPTER OF ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, DUBLIN.
    • APPENDIX.
    • A LETTER TO THE WRITER OF THE OCCASIONAL PAPER.
    • NOTE.
      • "PROPOSAL FOR VIRTUE."
    • "PROPOSAL FOR VIRTUE."
    • A LETTER TO THE WRITER OF THE OCCASIONAL PAPER. or [200]
      • [VIDE THE CRAFTSMAN, 1727.]
    • [VIDE THE CRAFTSMAN, 1727.]
    • AN ACCOUNT OF THE COURT AND EMPIRE OF JAPAN.[202]
    • THE ANSWER OF THE RIGHT HON. WILLIAM PULTENEY, Esq., TO THE RIGHT HON. SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.[216]
    • INDEX
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