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THE HUMOURS ...
The humours of an Irish court of justice a dramatic satyr. Written by an exil'd freeman of that country for his amusement during his retirement, and dedicated to the lovers of truth and liberty.
London: printed and sold without Temple-Bar, and at the Royal Exchange, [1750?].
[2], ii, [2], 26 [i.e. 30] p. ; 18.4 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. The dedication is signed 'A Freeman Barber'. Attributed to George Alexander Stevens in S.J. Brown's A guide to books on Ireland, Hodges, Figgis & co., 1912, and to Charles Lucas. The Dublin edition is dated '1751'. Page 30 is misnumbered 26. Price from imprint: price Six-Pence. ESTC t107469.

Binding C18th quarter calf, brown-paper boards, gilt-ruled spine lettered 'Irish Court Of Justice'.

Reference Number 3703


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