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**A Judge in Ireland.

LETTER V.
From Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope.

Dublin, Jan, 10, 1721.

AThousand things have vexed me of late years, upon which I am determined to lay open my mind to you. I rather chuse to appeal to you than to my Lord Chief Justice. *Whitshed, under the situation I am in. For, I take this cause properly to lie before you: You are a much fitter Judge of what concerns the credit of a Writer, the injuries that are done him, and the reparations he ought to receive. Besides,