"I Need not expatiate upon other Characters; for I have too good an Opinion of your Readers, to doubt of their beginning now to be sensible that most Men speak and act but from a fortuitous Concourse of Images, or a Train of them stored up in the Brain."
— Arbuckle, James (d. 1742)
The Dublin Weekly Journal ran from 3 April 1725 to 25 March 1727.
Text from James Arbuckle, A Collection of Letters and Essays on Several Subjects: Lately Publish'd in the Dublin Journal. In Two Volumes (London: Printed by J. Darby and T. Browne, 1729). <Link to vol. 2 in Google Books>
Republished as Hibernicus's Letters: or, a Philosophical Miscellany (London: Printed for J. Clark, T. Hatchet, E. Symon, 1734). <Link to ECCO>