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Earl Moira. By a son of St. Patrick.
London:, printed for S. Harding,, 1798.
115, [1] p. ; 15.7 cm. (12º)

Anonymous. Published in the wake of the debate on the Earl of Moira's motion of February 19, 1798, in the House of Lords of Ireland 'That an Humble Address be Presented to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant Representing that as Parliament hath confided to His Excellency Extraordinary Powers for Supporting the Laws and for Defeating any Traitorous Combinations which may exist in this Kingdom, this House feels it, at the same time, a Duty to recommend the Adoption of such conciliatory Measures as may allay Apprehensions and Extinguish the Discontents unhappily Prevalent in this Country'. The Earl Moira was a leading freemason. ESTC n888.

Copy Notes Inscribed on front free-endpaper in ink John Soane.

Binding Publisher's original printed pink paper wrappers reading as title-page with price 2s. 6d., MS. spine-title inscribed in ink.

Reference Number 1062

Additional Names Moira, 2nd Earl of; A Son of St. Patrick; Rawdon-Hastings, Francis, 1st Marquis of Hastings and 2nd Earl of Moira (1754--1826)

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