[i] A LETTER to Mr. Harding
the Printer, upon Occasion of a
PARAGRAPH in his News-Pa-
per of Aug. Ist. 1724, relating
to Mr. Wood's Half-Pence.


IN your News-Letter of the Ist. Instant there is a Paragraph Dated from London, July 25th. relating to Wood's Half-pence; whereby it is plain what I foretold in my Letter to the Shopkeepers, &c. that this vile Fellow would never be at Rest, and that the Danger of our Ruin approaches nearer, and therefore the kingdom requires NEW and FRESH WARNING, however I take that Paragraph to be, in a great Measure, an Imposition upon the Publick, at least I hope so, because I am informed that Wood is generally his own News Writer. I cannot but observe from that Paragraph that this Publick Enemy of ours, not satisfied to Ruin us with his Trash; takes every Occasion to treat this King- dom