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The last speech and dying words with the birth, Parentage, Education, Life, Character and Behaviour, of that Notorious and Flagitious British Impostor, known by the Nickname of the Sun Lucus a non Lucendo. Who was burnt at the stake, by the hands of the common hangman, in College-Green, Dublin, on Monday, the 11th of February, 1799, for perpetrating a false, slanderous and daring attack upon the House of Commons of Ireland, who rescued their country from a project more odious---than the deadly plot of Titus Oates---namely the treacherous measure of an union.
Rights of Ireland. A narrative of the proceedings of the Lords of Ireland, in the years 1703 and 1719, in consequence of the attempts made at those Periods. by the Lords of Great Britain, to enforce their authority in this kingdom. Together with The Representation of the Irish Lords to the King upon that Subject, in which the Independant, Legislative, and Judicial Rights of this Kingdom are ably stated. Which Representation caused the British Parliament to pass the Declaratory Act of the 6th of George the First. Inscribed To the Lords of Parliament and Peers of Ireland. By a friend to the constitutional rights of both kingdoms.
- Friend to the Constitutional Rights of Both Kingdoms.
- M,DCC,LXXXII.