A genuine letter from a French officer, late prisoner of war in Ireland, to his friend at Plymouth. Describing the customs and manners of the inhabitants of Dublin; the theatres and Performers there; the Routs, Drums, Assemblies, and many other curious Particularities, as were in Season in the Months of November and December, 1759.
|Main Creator:||Jaunice, Claude, pseud.|
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Dublin : printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-Street, MDCCLX .
The preface identifies the author as Claude Jaunice, which is a pseudonym.
Physical description: iv, 40 p. ; 8vo.
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|J.399041.JAU(1)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|
|P 349 (16)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|