Letters addressed to Parliament, and to the public in general :
on various improvements of the metropolis. ; also, Publius's letters to the Lord Chancellor, the Lords Chief Justices, and Barons, on building new courts of law ... Remarks on all the public buildings conducting by Mr. James Gandon, in Dublin ... to which are added, three letters to the Trustees of the Royal Exchange ... A particular address to Parliament, on the general improvements of this city ... concluding with ... an impartial ... parallel, between the public buildings of Dublin and London ... /
By an admirer of general, of useful, and necessary improvements.
|Main Creator:||Malton, James, 1761-1803, engraver|
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Dublin : printed for the author, in the year, 1787.
An admirer of general, of useful, and necessary improvements = James Malton.
With errata on leaf [superscript pi]A6r.
The unnumbered leaf before p.i, after the index, is another titlepage with a shorter title with the same opening words, and with the imprint "Dublin: printed by Thomas Byrne", 1787. There are 8 p. bet. p. 70 and 71.
Physical description: ;,viii,,4-314 p. ; 8vo
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