Historical and Political Tracts: By Jonathan Swift

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Table of Contents:
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Introduction
A Letter to a Member of Parliament, in Ireland, upon the choosing a New Speaker there
A Proposal for the Universal Use of Irish Manufacture
An Essay on English Bubbles. By Thomas Hope, Esq
The Swearer's Bank
A Letter to the King at Arms
The Last Speech and Dying Words of Ebenezer Elliston
The Truth of Some Maxims in State and Government, Examined with Reference to Ireland
The Blunders, Deficiencies, Distresses, and Misfortunes Of Quilca
A Short View of the State of Ireland
The Story of the Injured Lady. Written by Herself
The Answer to the Injured Lady
An Answer to a Paper Called A Memorial of the Poor Inhabitants, Tradesmen, and Labourers of the Kingdom of Ireland
Answer to Several Letters from Unknown Persons
An Answer to Several Letters sent me from Unknown Hands
A Letter to the Archbishop of Dublin Concerning the Weavers
Observations Occasioned by Reading a Paper Entitled The Case of the Woollen Manufactures of Dublin, etc.
The Present Miserable State of Ireland
The Substance of What Was Said by the Dean of St. Patrick's to the Lord Mayor and Some of the Aldermen When His Lordship Came to Present the Said Dean with his Freedom in a Gold Box
Advertisement by Dr. Swift in his Defence Against Joshua, Lord Allen
A Letter on Mr. M'Culla's Project about Halfpence, and a New One Proposed
A Proposal That All the Ladies and Women of Ireland Should Appear Constantly in Irish Manufactures
A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People from being a Burthen to their Parents or the Country, and for making them beneficial to the Public
Answer to the Craftsman
A Vindication of His Excellency John, Lord Carteret
A Proposal for An Act of Parliament to Pay off the Debt of the Nation without Taxing the Subject
A Case Submitted by Dean Swift to Mr. Lindsay, Counsellor at Law
An Examination of Certain Abuses, Corruptions, and Enormities in the City of Dublin
A Serious and Useful Scheme to Make an Hospital for Incurables
The Humble Petition of the Footmen in and About the City of Dublin
Advice to the Freemen of the City of Dublin in the Choice of a Member to Represent Them in Parliament
Some Considerations Humbly Offered to the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen and Common-Council of the City of Dublin in the Choice of a Recorder
A Proposal for Giving Badges to the Beggars in all the Parishes of Dublin
Considerations About Maintaining the Poor
On Barbarous Denominations in Ireland
Speech Delivered on the Lowering of the Coin
Irish Eloquence
A Dialogue in Hibernian Style
To the Provost and Senior Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin
To the Right Worshipful the Mayor, Aldermen, Sheriffs, and Common-Council of the City of Cork
To the Honourable the Society of the Governor and Assistants in London, for the New Plantation in Ulster
Certificate to a Discarded Servant
An Exhortation addressed to the Sub-Dean and Chapter of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
Appendix
A Letter to the Writer of the Occasional Paper
An Account of the Court and Empire of Japan
The Answer of the Right Hon. William Pulteney, Esq., to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Walpole

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