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And Author of
"A Journal of Occurrences during the late American War.”
"Most men sink outright.
"O'er them, and o'er their names, Time's billows close;
"Like a flag floating, when the bark's ingulph'd!”
PRINTED BY J. JONES, 40, SOUTH GREAT GEORGE's-STREET.
THE writer of this Memoir takes leave to offer himself once more to public notice, relying on the kind reception he already experienced from a long list of generous and respectable Subscribers, by whose encouragement he was enabled to publish his "Journal of Occurrences during the late American War." His present Publication is intended as an accompanying volume to that work, for the rapid sale of which, he has to thank the enlightened and learned among his Countrymen, viz. several Noblemen and dignified Personages, many General and Field Officers, a number of Gentlemen belonging to the Church, and the professions of Law and Physic, and, in short, the most distinguished and accomplished individuals of both sexes in Ireland. He is happy in the opportunity of making his acknowledgments for past favours, which, although they embolden, ought not to make him presuming. Whatever his circumstances may be, he is truly unambitious of ranking with the modern multitude of Book-makers, who, although sometimes men of talent and education, seldom add much to the stock of literary acquisition. If asked why he re-appears in Print-he begs to