The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 16
W. Bowyer, C. Bathurst, W. Owen, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, J. Hinton, L. Davis, and C. Reymers, R. Baldwin, J. Dodsley, S. Crowder and Company and B. Collins., 1765
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Página 98 - He showed me a little tract, which he designs to publish, and there your Excellency will see his whole scheme of a life academico-philosophical — I shall make you remember what you were — of a college founded for Indian scholars and missionaries...
Página 98 - I do humbly entreat your Excellency either to use such persuasions as will keep one of the first men in this kingdom, for learning and virtue, quiet at home, or assist him, by your credit, to compass his romantic design; which, however, is very noble and generous, and directly proper for a great person of your excellent education to encourage.
Página 98 - I discourage him by the coldness of courts and ministers, who will interpret all this as impossible and a vision; but nothing will do. And therefore I do humbly entreat your excellency, either to use such persuasions as will keep one of the first men in this kingdom for learning and virtue...
Página 37 - I have sat down to think of every amiable quality that could enter into the composition of a lady, and could not single out one, which she did not possess in as high a perfection as human nature is capable of. But as to your Lordship's own particular, as it is an...
Página 317 - Grace! impossible! what, dead! Of old age, too, and in his bed! And could that Mighty Warrior fall? And so inglorious, after all! Well...
Página 344 - On his own Deafness. Deaf, giddy, helpless, left alone, To all my Friends a Burthen grown, No more I hear my Church's Bell, Than if it rang out for my Knell: At Thunder now no more I start, Than at the Rumbling of a Cart: Nay, what's incredible, alack! I hardly hear a Woman's Clack.
Página 318 - Come hither, all ye empty things, Ye bubbles rais'd by breath of Kings; Who float upon the tide of state, Come hither, and behold your fate. Let pride be taught by this rebuke, How very mean a thing's a Duke; From all his ill-got honours flung, Turn'd to that dirt from whence he sprung.
Página 33 - I have no reason for being so merciful to him, but out of regard to the imputation you lie under. You do not in direct terms say you are not concerned with him ; but make it an argument of your innocence, that the Examiner has declared you have nothing to do with him.