C. P.
A proposal humbly offer'd to the P-----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery / by Dr. S-t ; to which is added, The humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, embroiderers, &c. ; as also two poems, viz. Helter skelter, or the hue and cry after the attornies upon their riding the circuit, and The place of the damn'd.
Dublin printed ; London : Re-printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1731.
The proposal, here attributed to Swift, but in the Dublin 1731 ed. to "C. P.," is actually not by Swift. Only the two poems at the end are probably by Swift. Cf. Swift, J. The prose works of J. Swift, 1951, v. 12, p. xxxii.
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Brit tracts -- 1731.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. Helter skelter.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. Place of the damn'd.
The humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, embroiderers, &c.
Helter skelter.
The place of the damn'd.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
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