Proceedings and debates of the Parliament of Pimlico :
in the last session of the eighteenth century.
An anti-unionist satire on the Irish Parliament, recording the proceedings of the House of Nobs & the Lower House [sometimes Assembly]. The chief matter for discussion is that of the "Great Measure", that is, the union of the parliaments of Pimlico and Oxmantown, which is vigorously urged by the Seneschal of the King of Dalkey.
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[Triplio [i.e. Tripilo] : Published by the executors of Judith Freel, late printer to his Dalkeian Majesty, and sold by all the flying stationers, [n.d., i.e., 1799-1800]
Typical colophon, no. 2- :"Tripilo, published by the executors of Judith Freel, late printer to his Dalkeian Majesty, and sold at no. 5, College-green, and by all the flying stationers. (Price, Four Camacks.) [or Camacs--probably 4d.]" The address is that of the author, Vincent Dowling, bookseller in Dublin. "Tripilo" is Dublin. Nos. 11,15,16,20-23,26 have no colophon.
Library has: 1799-7800.
Wanting no. 28.
Physical description: 28 v. ; 29 cm. (4to)
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