Schemes from Ireland, for the benefit of the body natural, ecclesiastical, and politick.
The first humbly offer'd, for making religion and the clergy useful. With the author's observations on the cause and cure of the piles: ... The second, An infallible scheme to pay the publick debt of this nation in six months. ...
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[London] : Dublin printed: London, re-printed for J. Roberts, 1732.
|Edition:||The second edition.|
'An infallible scheme' is sometimes attributed to Jonathan Swift; in fact by Matthew Pilkington.
Physical description: 31,p. ; 8⁰.
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|LO P 162 (14)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|