The humours of a modern court of justice. :
Written by an exil'd freeman, for his amusement during retirement, and dedicated to the Lovers of Truth and Liberty.
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Dublin : Printed in the year, 1751.
Dedication signed: A freeman-barber.
Variously attributed to George Alexander Stevens and to Charles Lucas.
First published in 1750 as 'The humours of an Irish court of justice'.
Physical description: 36 p. ; 12mo
Citations/References: Brown, S. A guide to books on Ireland
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