For Saturday May 11th, 1728. To be continued Weekly.
IT may be said, without offence to other Cities, of much greater
consequence in the World, that our Town of Dublin doth not want it's
due proportion of Folly, and Vice, both Native and Imported; And as
to those Imported, we have the advantage to receive them last, and
consequently after our happy manner to improve, and refine upon
But, because there are many Effects of Folly and Vice among us,
whereof some are general, others confined to smaller Numbers, and
others again, perhaps to a few individuals; There is a Society
lately established, who at great expence, have Erected an Office of
Intelligence, from which they are to receive Weekly Information of
all Important Events and Singularities, which this famous Metropolis
can furnish. Strict injunctions are given to have the truest
Information: In order to which, certain qualified Persons are
emp . . .