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" Cartes, and others j who, if they were now in the world, tied fast, and separate from their followers, would, in this our undistinguishing age, incur manifest danger of phlebotomy, and whips, and chains, and dark chambers, and straw. "
Memoirs of the Life, Writings, & Correspondence of William Smellie, Late ... - Página 380
de Robert Kerr - 1811
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A Tale of a Tub: Written for the Uiversal Improvement of Mankind...

Jonathan Swift - 1705 - 322 páginas
...tied faft, and feparate from their Followers, would in this our undiftinguifhing Age, incur manifeft Danger of Phlebotomy, and Whips, and Chains, and dark Chambers, and Straw. For, what Map in the natural State, or Courfe of Thinking, did ever conceive it in his Power, to reduce the Notions...
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A Tale of a Tub: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ...

Jonathan Swift - 1710 - 344 páginas
...feparate from their •: Followers, would in this our undiftinguifhing Age, incur manifeft Danger of ii Phlebotomy, and Whips, and Chains, and • dark Chambers,...and Straw. For, what Man : in the natural State, or Courfe of Thinking, .did ever conceive it in. his Power, to reduce the Notions of all Mankind, exactly...
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The Works, Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1803
...who, if they were now in the world, tied fast, and separate from their followers, would, in this our undistinguishing age, incur manifest danger of phlebotomy,...conceive it in his power, to reduce the notions of all manJtind, exactly to the same length, and breadth, and height of his own ? yet, tjils is the first...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 2

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...who, if they were now in the world, tied fast, and separate from their followers, would, in this our undistinguishing age, incur manifest danger of phlebotomy,...and dark chambers, and straw. For, what man in the naturiment upon human excrement, to make 'a perfume of it ; -which, when he had brought to perfection,...
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A Tale of a Tub,: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ...

Jonathan Swift, William Wotton - 1811 - 322 páginas
...who, 'if the^ were now in the world, tied fast, and separata from their followers, would, in this our undistinguishing age, incur manifest danger of phlebotomy,...thinking, did ever conceive, it in his power to reduce the-notions of all mankind ex• actly to the same length, and breadth, and height of his own ? Yet...
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Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles

Daniel Hack Tuke - 1882 - 548 páginas
...people, like Diogenes, would, had they lived in his day, be treated like madmen, that is, would incur the danger of " phlebotomy, and whips, and chains, and dark chambers, and straw." Another well-known writer of that period, Smollett, did not distinguish himself for generous views...
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The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas, Volume 1

Edward Westermarck - 1906
...others, if they had lived in his day, would have been treated like madmen, that is, would have incurred " manifest danger of phlebotomy, and whips, and chains, and dark chambers, and straw." 8 The writings of 1 Wigmore, lee. (it. p. 446. 43 sq. ; Mauclsley, Kesponsibility in * Bacon, Afaxims...
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The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas, Volume 1

Edward Westermarck - 1912 - 716 páginas
...others, if they had lived in his day, would have been treated like madmen, that is, would have incurred " manifest danger of phlebotomy, and whips, and chains, and dark chambers, and straw."1 The writings of 1 Wigmore, loc. cit. p. 446. 43 sq. ; Maudsley, Responsibility in 3 Bacon,...
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The Battle of the Books in Its Historical Setting

Anne Elizabeth Burlingame - 1920 - 223 páginas
...who if they were now in the world, tied fast, and separate from their followers, would in this our undistinguishing age, incur manifest danger of phlebotomy,...whips, and chains, and dark chambers, and straw." T3 Yet none of these great prescribers have ever failed of providing themselves with implicit disciples...
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Genius and Eminence

Robert S. Albert - 1992 - 410 páginas
...Macmillan. more pungently, enumerating the brilliant thinkers who would "in this our undistinguished age incur manifest danger of Phlebotomy, and Whips, and Chains, and Dark Chambers, and Straw." Even Wordsworth, seemingly the most sober of men, was driven to write: We poets in our youth begin...
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