Jonathan Swift's Allies the Wood's Halfpence Controversy in Ireland - 1724-1725
Written by Sabine Baltes
Part of the Irish Research Series Series
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Jonathan Swift's Allies the Wood's Halfpence Controversy in Ireland - 1724-1725 by Sabine BaltesDescription: This scholarly study contains critical new research as well as over 100 reprints of documents, broadsides, ballads that comprise the heart of the pamphlet controversy aroused by Wood's halfpenny scheme; the scheme which prompted Swift's Drapier's Letters.
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29th February 2004
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