Oppression Unmasked: Being a Narrative of the Proceedings in a Case Between a Great Corporation, and a Little Fishmonger, Relative to some Customs for Fish, demanded by the former as Legal, but refused by the latter, as Exactions and Extortions

TitleOppression Unmasked: Being a Narrative of the Proceedings in a Case Between a Great Corporation, and a Little Fishmonger, Relative to some Customs for Fish, demanded by the former as Legal, but refused by the latter, as Exactions and Extortions
Year for Search1784
AuthorsAn Advocate for Justice [pseud.]
Pagination30 pp.
Date Published1784
PublisherNp
Place PublishedDublin, Ireland
KeywordsIrish author
Annotation

Set in Utopia, where justice prevails, but directed to the Irish, where it does not.

Pseudonym

An Advocate for Justice [pseud.]

Author Note

Irish author.

Full Text

1784 An Advocate for Justice [pseud.]. Oppression Unmasked: Being a Narrative of the Proceedings in a Case Between a Great Corporation, and a Little Fishmonger, Relative to some Customs for Fish, demanded by the former as Legal, but refused by the latter, as Exactions and Extortions. Dublin, Ireland: Np, 1784. 30 pp.

Set in Utopia, where justice prevails, but directed to the Irish, where it does not.