An excellent new song upon the late Grand-Jury.
An anonymous broadside ballad upon the failure of the Grand Jury to return an indictment against John Harding, the printer of Jonathan Swift's 'The Drapier's Letters', which were an attack on William Wood's patent to mint copper coins for Ireland. First lines: "Poor Monsieur his conscience preserv'd for a Year, Yet in one Hour he lost it, 'tis known far and near, ..."
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Dublin : [s.n., John Harding?], printed in the year 1724.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside ; 32 x 18 cm.
Citations/References: ESTC t005258
Citations/References: Foxon E594
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