In about a Month after the Proclamation was published, offering three Hundred Pounds Reward for discovering the Author of the preceding Letter, the following Paper was published.

The PRESENTMENT of the Grand-Jury of the County of the City of Dublin.

WHEREAS several great Quantities of base Mettal coined, commonly called Wood's Half-pence, have been brought into the Port of Dublin, and lodged in several Houses of this City, with an Intention to make them pass clandestinely, among his Majesty's Subjects of this Kingdom; notwithstanding the Addresses of both Houses of Parliament, and the Privy-Council, and the Declarations of most of the Corporations of this City against the said Coin: And whereas his Majesty hath been graciously pleased to leave his loyal Subjects of this King-