On The Death Of Dr. Swift by Himself
Note 1

'The Author imagines, that the Scriblers of the prevailing Party, which he always opposed, will libel him after his Death; but that others will remember him with Gratitude, who consider the Service he had done to Ireland, under the Name of M. B. Drapier, by utterly defeating the destructive Project of Wood's Halfpence, in five Letters to the People of Ireland, at that Time read universally, and convincing every Reader.

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