A letter to a Member of Parliament at London. Demonstrating, that to encourage the trade of Ireland, and particularly its woollen manufacture, is the real interest of Great-Britain, and the surest method to curb the exorbitant power of France.
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Dublin : printed in the year M,DCC,XLI, and sold by the booksellers, 1741.
Signed at end: 'Brittanus'.
Physical description: 15,p. ; cm. (small and 8vo)
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