Ireland's case being the most deplorable of any in the Christian world, and the reflections cast thereon by the English, clear'd, in a letter lately handed about, by the Irish quallity in London, and directed to - said to be compil'd by the provost of Edinborough.
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|General note||The provost of Edinburgh = either Alexander Wilson or Archibald Macaulay.|
|General note||Reproduction of original from Trinity College Library.|
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