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To prevent mistakes, and in justice to his Readers and himself, the Editor of the following Tract feels himself bound to declare, that he has no farther concern in it, than as being accidentally the channel through which it is conveyed to the public. Having ordered, a few months ago, ' Irish editions of some '
It is with concern that the editor has learnt, that this species of traffic, so convenient for the knights companions, of the light purse, is so much at present on the decline, as to threaten (in the language of the Counter) to he speedily knocked up. The Irish editors have imprudently screwed up their prices too high : and their rivals on this side the water have been, of late, unusually sharp set in running them down, by the assistance of the Statute Book, and the officers of the customs. It was a sorry sight to the editor,