The c---r's apology to the free-holders of this kingdom for their conduct this s---s---n of P--r--l--nt. :
Containing, some pieces of interesting humour, ... To which is added, a bill of c---t mortality, ...
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London [i.e. Dublin?] : printed at the sign of Betty Ireland, delivered of a Ty---t in purple, a Monster in black, and a Bashaw in red, 1754.
The c---r's apology = The courtier's apology.
Signed: The c---t p--y, i.e. The court party.
The imprint is fictitious; possibly printed in Dublin.
Physical description: 16 p. ; 8⁰.