A short and easy method of reducing the exorbitant pride and arrogance of the city of Dublin. In a letter to that worthy patriot, the Honorable Mr. Justice Yorke, from Ant: Constitution, late of Bob's-Inn, Esq.
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London : Printed in the year, 1748.
Signed (p.46): Anti-Constitution.
A satire addressed to Lord Hardwick presumably because of his role in punishing Edinburgh for the Porteus riots; against Walpole and succeeding ministries which continued supporting the English against the Irish interests.
On the dispute betw. the Corporation and the Board of Aldermen, etc.
Physical description: 48 p. ; 8vo.