A description of the city of Dublin in Ireland. Wherein, besides taking notice of every thing remarkable in the city, and the grandeur of the court. Is represented the happy situation of Ireland for commerce. The richness and fertility of the soil, producing plentiful growth of valuable commodities manufactured. The genius and bravery of the Irish, establishing their reputation in foreign countries. The cause of the present mean circumstances of the inhabitants, as movingly touched by the speaker of the House of Commons, on presenting to the lord lieutenant the last money bills. Proper to be perused by the people of England. As sacred history requires to do as we would be done by, and to love thy neighbour as thy self. By a Citizen of London, who liv'd twenty years in Ireland, and made the collection of news published by authority; has travelled most parts of the kingdon, and is lately returned from Dublin. Who is preparing for the press, reasons for encouraging the people of Ireland in the most extensive manner, as being the true interest of the subjects of England so to do.
- Citizen of London.