Justice and Policy. An essay on the increasing growth and enormities of our Great Cities. Shewing the breaches thereby occasioned in the constitution; and to place it upon a more firm basis, by uniting Ireland, instead of exchanging religion for trade. With a plan of an union-the publication of which was deferred in the first part. Also a descant upon the present state of the nation in regard to America, of the Isle of Man, on police, and a new scheme of annuities, for the benefit of the poor, by employing them universally; with miscellaneous reflections. Addressed to a noble peer. By a Freeholder in Ireland, and a Stockholder in England. Part II.
- J. P.
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Justice and policy. Part 2
[Dublin] : London: printed, and Dublin: re-printed for the Author, By W. Kidd, No. 29, Skinner-Row, 1775.
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