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Excerpt from A Letter From a Gentleman in Dublin, to His Friend at Dover in Kent: Giving a General View of the Manners, Customs, Dispositions, &C. Of the Inhabitants of Ireland, With Occasional Observations on the State of Trade and Agriculture in That Kingdom, and Including an Account of Some of Its Most Remarkable Natural Curiosities
You will readily conceive that the obter vations from which I have made the preced ing remarks, were taken of, and entirely fer to the middling clafs of gentry, and the people in trade. For it mutt be between the cla 'es of thefe ranks that, in the prefent que ion, any comparifon can be made. The nobility, and pcoplc of quality, or rather of this kingdom, are to all intents and purpofes, almoft, very Londoners - This is too well known in Ireland.
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