Hesperi-Neso-Graphia (edns. 1724, [also 1725]; 1735; 1814, &c.); The History of Ireland in Verse (Dublin 1750); The Irish Hudibras
(Lon. 1755); virulent satires; ODonoghue discusses his
authorship of these anonymous publications; see also under William Moffett.
Hesperi-Neso-Graphia, Or a Description of the Western Isle (1724),
anti-Catholic satire in Hudibrastic verse; disputed authorship; reprinted,
retaining original subtitle, as The History of Ireland in Verse
(1750) and The Irish Hudibras (1755, 1791), after the poem of James
Farewell (1689); author variously identified as William Moffett (or Moffat),
a schoolteacher, or Walter Jones, son of Sligo and Leitrim MP; a final
edition appeared in Monaghan, 1814. See Seamus Deane, et al., eds., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (1991).