An epistle to the fair-sex, on the subject of drinking.
In which the particular consequences of this most prevailing custom are fully and fairly expos'd in the following characters, viz. In a young woman of quality. A gentleman's daughter. The daughter of a rich tradesman ... The whole intended to reclaim such as have inadvertently fallen into this pernicious practice; and to prevent others from being corrupted by their examples.
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Dublin : Printed by G. Faulkner, 1744.
Physical description: ,55,p. ; 8⁰.
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|Dublin 1794(24)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|