318 AN EXAMINATION OF Certain Abuses, Corruptions, and Enormities, in the City of Dublin.Written in the Year 1732.

NOTHING is held more commendable in all great Cities, especially the Metropolis of a Kingdom, than what the French call the Police: By which Word is meant the Government thereof, to prevent the many Disorders occasioned by great Numbers of People and Carriages, especially through narrow Streets. In this Government our famous City of Dublin, is said to be very defective; and universally complained of. Many whole- some