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TO HIS EXCELLENCY
PHILIP, EARL OF HARDWICKE,
LORD LIEUTENANT GENERAL, AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND.
THE Condescending attention, with which your Excellency has been pleased to patronize the following work, I shall ever gratefully remember. It is consistent with the universal tenor of a viceroyalty, that is dear to the true friends of Ireland; and in which the humblest attempt to promote the improvement of the country is regarded with paternal encouragement.
Such are the views with which this publication is presented to the world, under the auspices of your Excellency; and I am happy in taking this opportunity to declare myself,
Dundalk, March 1, 1306.
most obliged, obedient,
and humble Servant,
His Excellency, Earl Hardwicke, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1806, Patron.
His Grace, the Duke of Bedford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in
Rev. Charles Atkinson, Forkil.
The Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man.
Rev. Dr. Beaufort, Collon.
J. Brownrigg, Esq. Engineer to the Directors General.
Robert Boyd, Esq. Acton.
Henry Brabazon, Esq. Drogheda.
Alan Bellingham, Esq. Castle-Bellingham.
Gerald Byrne, Esq. Dundalk.
Mr. Edward Byrne, Dundalk.
Mr. S. Bryson, Belfast.
Rey. Peter Carney.
Rev. Edward Coates, A. B. Churchpool.
Peter Conolly, Esq. Whiterath.
Mr. Michael Clarke, Builder, Dundalk.
Mr. Marcus Cassidy, Carrickmacross.
Mr. Cartan, Pill-lane, Dublin.
Mr. Cooper, Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire.
Mr. Michael Caragher.
Mr. James Calely, Newry.
John Dunn, Esq. V. P. R. I. A.
Mr. P. Deighan, Philomath, Dublin.
Mr. James Dickie.
Mr. Alexander Donaldson.
Right Hon. John Foster, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 12 copies.
Sir Andrew Ferguson, Bart. Londonderry.
Thomas Filgate, Esq. Cookstown.
George Gray, Esq. Graymount.
Mr. William Gataker, Dundalk, 2 copies.
Mr. Hugh Gamble, Dublin.
Mr. R. H. Getty, Dundalk.
Rev. Dr. Hunt, Secretary to the Duke of Bedford, when
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Rev. J. Hutton, Dublin.
George Jardine, Esq. Log. Prof. Glasgow University, 2
Rev. James Knox, Londonderry, 2 copies.