Patronage of Irish genius. :
Two letters, shewing the utter unfitness, inutility, and public descredit of erecting a bridge over the Liffey, between the Phœnix Park and the Royal Hospital, as the national testimonial of His Majesty's most gracious visit to Ireland, August the 12th, 1821: also, proving the wisdom, honor, and permanent public advantage of erecting a national gallery, for the encouragement of the fine arts, under the protection of the Royal Irish Institution, as the most noble and imperishable testimony of Irish gratitude, for that signal token of our beloved sovereign, George the Fourth's paternal goodness to this country. /
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Dublin : By His Majesty's printers, 1823.
Bound with The National obstacle to the national public style considered etc. by W.P. Carey (1825).
Physical description: [1-3] 4-34 p. ; 21 cm.
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|P 73||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|P 206(3)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|