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Doctor Lucas's letter to such of the citizens and electors of Dublin, as have preserved their freedom, independence, and integrity. Written in 1758, and reprinted from the St. James's Chronicle, on his junction with Mr. Dunn on the present election. Recommended to every elector, to be considered seriously before he votes.
- Lucas, Charles, 1713-1771.
House of Lords. Appeal from the Court of Chancery in Ireland, Charles Farrell, doctor in physick, brother, heir at law, sole executor, and residuary legatee of Edward Farrell, late of the city of Dublin, esq. deceased, who was devisee of the real and personal estate of John Cahill, the elder, esq deceased, appellant. Edward Crosbie, Esq. and Frances, his wife, daughter of the said John Cahill, respondents. The appellant's case.
- Farrell, Charles, doctor in physick.