To my Lord High Admirall. The humble petition of the Doctor, and the gentlemen of Ireland : [London?] : autograph manuscript of the petition to the Earl of Pembroke, [ca. 1708-1709].

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Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. To my Lord High Admirall. The humble petition of the Doctor, and the gentlemen of Ireland : [London?] : autograph manuscript of the petition to the Earl of Pembroke, [ca. 1708-1709].

To my Lord High Admirall. The humble petition of the Doctor, and the gentlemen of Ireland : [London?] : autograph manuscript of the petition to the Earl of Pembroke, [ca. 1708-1709].

Requesting in a punning manner that Pembroke not forget him now that he is Lord Admiral.

1 item (3 p.) ; 19 cm.

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