The following Piece was published in the Year 1733; and, as it may be useful upon a like Occasion, we think proper to insert it here.

ADVICE to the Freemen of the City of Dublin, in the Choice of a Member to represent them in Parliament.

THOSE few Writers, who, since the Death of Alderman Burton, have employed their Pens in giving Advice to our Citizens, how they should proceed in electing a new Representative for the next Sessions, having laid aside their Pens; I have Reason to hope, that all true Lovers of their Country in general, and particularly those who have any Regard for the Privileges and Liberties of this great and antient City, will think a second, and a third time, before they come to a final Determination upon what Person they resolve to fix their Choice.

I am told, there are only two Persons who set up for Candidates; one, is the present **Humphry French. Lord Mayor, and the ‡‡ John Macaral. other, a Gentleman of good Esteem, an Alderman of the City, a Merchant of Reputation, and possessed of a considerable | | || Register of the Barracks.Office under the Crown. The Question is, which