A serious and useful scheme :
to make an hospital for incurables, of universal benefit to all His Majesty's subjects, humbly addressed to the Rt. Hon. the Lord **** **** ****** ****, the Rt. Hon. Sir ***, and to the Rt. Hon. ****, Esq., to which is added, a petition of the footmen in and about Dublin. By the Revd. Dr. J.S. D.S.P.D [i.e. Jonathan Swift, Dean St. Patrick's, Dublin].
|Main Creator:||Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.|
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[Dublin] : Printed at London: and, Dublin: printed by George Faulkner, in Essex-Street, 1733.
Anonymous. By Jonathan Swift. Sometimes also attributed to Matthew Pilkington.
'A petition' is by Swift.
In this issue pseudonymous authorship is given on the titlepage.
With a final advertisement leaf.
Physical description: 34,p. ; 12mo
Citations/References: Teerink-Scouten, 731
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