A defence of the conduct of the people of Ireland, in their unanimous refusal of Mr. Wood's copper-money :
wherein all the arguments advanced in favour of it, are particularly considered.
|Related Names:||Swift, Jonathan 1667-1745.|
Dublin : Printed for George Ewing, at the Angle and Bible in Dames-Street, 1724.
Concerned with the question that Swift discussed in his Drapier's letters.--cf. Teerink, H. A bibliography of ... Jonathan Swift. The Hague, 1937, p. 357, no. 1134.
39,  p. ;
20 cm. (8vo)
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