Reprint of A word or two to the people of Ireland, concerning the brass money that is, and shall be coin"d by Mr. Woods, and which he is endeavouring to impose upon us, printed by J. Harding, Dublin, 1724; of Some farther account of the original disputes in Ireland, about farthings and halfpence, in a discourse with a Quaker of Dublin, printed in 1724; of Some reasons shewing the necessity the people of Ireland are under, for continuing to refuse Mr. Wood"s coinage, by D. Bindon, printed in Dublin, 1724; of Remarks upon Mr. Wood"s coyn and proceedings, by Sir M. Creagh, printed by W. Wilmot, Dublin, 1724; of A letter to M. B. Drapier, printed in Dublin, 1724; of A letter from a young lady, to the Revd. D--n S--t, printed in 1724; and of The present state of Ireland consider"d in a letter to the Revd. Dean Swift, by a true patriot, printed in 1724.
|Other titles||Drapier"s letters.|
|Series||Swiftiana ;, 4, The Life & times of seven major British writers|
|LC Classifications||PR3726 .S95 vol. 4, HG950.I8 .S95 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. in various pagings ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||75044187|
Drapier's Letters is the collective name for a series of seven pamphlets written by the Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Jonathan Swift. The letters were written, between and , in order to arouse public opinion in Ireland against the imposition of a privately minted copper coinage, which Swift believed to be of inferior : Get this from a library! The Drapier's letters and other works, [Jonathan Swift; Herbert Davis]. Abstract. The Drapier’s Letters were Swift’s contribution to the widespread protest that arose after William Wood, an English entrepreneur and projector who owned copper and iron works throughout Britain, obtained a patent from the Crown in July to mint more than £, of copper halfpence for Ireland over a fourteen-year period.. Opposition to this scheme, which came from Author: Carole Fabricant, Robert Mahony. Drapier's Letters is the collective name for a series of seven pamphlets written between and by the Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Jonathan Swift, to arouse public opinion in Ireland against the imposition of a privately minted copper coinage which Swift believed to be of inferior m Wood was granted letters patent to mint the coin, and Swift saw the licensing.
Other articles where Drapier’s Letters is discussed: Jonathan Swift: Withdrawal to Ireland: his Irish writings, the “Drapier’s Letters” (–25) and “A Modest Proposal” are the best known. The first is a series of letters attacking the English government for its scheme to supply Ireland with copper halfpence and farthings. “A Modest Proposal” is a grimly ironic letter of. Search results for: the-drapiers-letters. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended. The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift The Drapier s letters and other works Jonathan Swift — in. Author: Jonathan. Download Full Book in PDF, EPUB, Mobi and All Ebook Format. Also, You Can Read Online Full Book Search Results for “the-drapiers-letters” – Free eBooks PDF. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Gilpin (Gilpin, William, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Gilpin, William, The Life of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury (London: Printed for R. Blamire, ) (multiple formats at Google) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.
Annals of the Famine in Ireland is Asenath Nicholson's sequel to Ireland's Welcome to the undaunted American widow returned to Ireland in the midst of the Great Famine and helped organise relief for the destitute and hungry. Her account is not a history of the famine, but personal eyewitness testimony to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the. A series of pamphlets published by Swift in The word ‘Drapier’ = ‘Draper’.A patent had been granted to the duchess of Kendal for supplying copper coins for use in Ireland, and by her had been sold to a certain William Wood for £10, In the Irish Houses of Parliament voted addresses protesting against the transaction, and Swift, writing in the character of a Dublin draper. Fan of this book? Help us introduce it to others by writing an introduction for it. It's quick and easy, click here. Recent Forum Posts on The Drapier's Letters. No active discussions on Swift found. Why not post a question or comment yourself? Just click the link below. Post a New Comment/Question on The Drapier's Letters. [Footnote 4: "A Defence of the Conduct of the People of Ireland," etc., p. 6.] Fears began to be generally felt, and the early murmurs of an agitation to be heard when, on September 19th, , the Commissioners addressed a second letter, this time to the Lords Commissioners of .