This pamphlet was written on Friday last; but not a printer was to be found, ... Such is the liberty of the press in this country of freedom! An antidote to Dr. L-----s's [i.e., Lucas's] Address; addressed to the merchants of the city of Dublin. [Jan. 10, 1766].
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Dublin : Printed in the year, 1766.
The opening words of the title up to "Freedom!" are enclosed in square brackets.
An attack on Charles Lucas.
At the head of the title is pr.: "This pamphlet was written on Friday last; but not a printer was to be found, who would venture to publish it, for fear of incurring the high displeasure of the mob. Such is the Liberty of the Press in this Country of Freedom!"
Physical description: 14 p. ; 8vo