The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin: Including the Whole of His Posthumous Pieces, Letters, &c, Volume 16 (Google eBook)

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C. Elliot, 1784
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Contents

The Earl of Peterborow to Dr Swift
29
Let i
30
with an invitation c
32
From Dr Swift ib 374 To Mrs Howard
35
Lady Bolingbroie to Dean Swift
37
Lord Bolingbroie to Dr Swift
39
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
41
Let Page 379 Dr Sivift to Mr Walks
45
Dr Swift to Dr Sheridan
46
Lord Bolingbrohe to Dr Swift
48
To e Archbishop of Dublin
50
Monsieur Volt air to Dr Swift
52
Monsieur Voltaire a Monsieur lc Comte k Morville Minfstf e et Secretaire dEtat a Verfailles
53
Lord Bolingbroke to Dr Swift
54
Dr Arbuthnott to Dr Swift
55
Ltrd Bolingbroke to Dr Swift
57
Mr Puteney to Mr Pope
59
Ditto to ditto r f2
65
To the Countest of Sufibljc 46
67
Afr Popejtp Dr Sheridajt
74
Mrs Howard to Dr Swift 7S 401 Dr Swift to Mrs Wprral
77
4S2 Dr Swift to Mrs Howard iefort his leaving England
79
80 404 From Dr Swift
82
Frew the Prince of Lilliput
84
Edward Earl of Oxford U Dr Swift
85
Let Pagc 407 Mr Gay it Dr Swift
87
From Dr Swift
89
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
95
Dr Arbuthnott to Dr Swift
98
Dr Swift to MrstMoore
100
Monsieur Voltaire to Dr Swift
103
Monsieur Voltaire to Dr Swift after the publication of the Henriade
104
To his Excellency Lord Carter et Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
105
From Dr Swift
106
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
109
419 13 420 Mrs Martha Blount to Dr Swift
116
From Dr Swift
119
To his Excellency LordCarteret Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
121
Air Gay to Dr Swift
123
From Dr Swft
125
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
129
From Dr Swift
131
Dr Swift to Dr Sheridan
133
429 Ditto to ditto
135
Mr Pope to Dr Sheridan
137
Dr Suift to Mr Worral
139
140 433 Dr Swift to Mr Wallis
142
435 to Dr Swift
145
Lady Johnson to Dr JSwist I45
146
437 To Mr Pope
147
Francis Geogeghan Esq to Dr Swift ijt 439 Flower Esq to Dr Swift
153
440 Mr Gay to Dr S wift
157
Dr Arbuthnott to Dr Swift
160
a 3
161
j442 Dr Swift to Mr Gay
162
Dr Swift to Lord Bolingbroke
164
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
193
Lord Bolingbroke to Dr Swift
195
457 197 458 To a certain Esquire
202
William Pulteney Esq to flr Swift
206
Lord B to Dr Swift
208
Mr Gay to Dr Swift 111
211
The Earl of Oxford to Dr Swift
212
215 464 Mr Gay to Dr Swift
218
lo Lady Worfley
224
Lord B s to Dr Swift 226
231
Lord B to Dr Swift
233
Lady B Gr to Dr wft
236
47a Mr Gay to Dr Swift
238
Dr Arluthnott to Dr Swift
241
474 ?43 475 To the Earl of defers eld
246
To the Countess of Suffolk
252
478 To Lady Santry
256
Mr Gay to Dr Swiff 2 5 8
258
The Earl of C to Dr Swift
260
Lady E Gz to Dr Swift
262
Dr Swift to MrsWhiteway
264
Lord Bolinglroke to Dr Swift
265
To the Earl of Chesterfield
266
Lady B G to Dr Swift
268
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
270
Lady B G to Dr Swift
272
Ditto to ditto
275
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
276
Dr Swift to Lord Bolingbroke
278
Lord Bolingbroke to Dr Swift
281
Mr Gay to Dr Swift with a postscript
285
Lord B to Dr Swift
288
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
293
495 To Ventofo
295
Let Page
298
498
305
To the Countess of Suffolk
313
503
332
IO Mr Gay to Dr Swift
348
Dr Arbuthnott to Dr Swift
354
The Dutches of to Dr Swift
360
Lord C to Dr Swift
366
Lady B G to Dr Swift
374
Lady Catharine Jones to Dr Swift
383
Let Page 524 Lord Bolingbrole to Dr Swift
388
Lady B G to Dr Swift
392
of to Dr Swift
394
Mr Casar to Dr Swift
398
528 Lady Worfley to Dr Swift ib 529 400 530 Alderman Barber to Dr Swift
404
of to Dr Swift 46
406
Sir William Fownes to Dr Swift 410
408
Lady B G to Dr Swift
418
Mr Gay to Dr Swift
420
Mr Pope to Dr Swift
422
The Earl of Peterborow to Mr Pope
427
Dr Swift to the Earl of Peterborow
428

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Page 28 - A Bishop here said that book was full of improbable lies, and for his part, he hardly believed a word of it; and so much for Gulliver.
Page 26 - Lords and Commons, nemine contradicente ; and the whole town, men, women, and children, are quite full of it. Perhaps I may all this time be talking to you of a book you have never seen, and which...
Page 171 - I will further tell you, that all my endeavours, from a boy, to distinguish myself, were only for want of a great title and fortune, that I might be used like a Lord by those who have an opinion of my parts whether right or wrong, it is no great matter, and so the reputation of wit or great learning does the office of a blue ribbon, or of a coach and six horses.
Page 195 - I loved you almost twenty years ago ; I thought of you as well as I do now ; better was beyond the power of conception ; or, to avoid an equivoque, beyond the extent of my ideas.
Page 170 - I have read my friend Congreve's verses to Lord Cobham, which end with a vile and false moral, and I remember is not in Horace to Tibullus which he imitates, that all times are equally virtuous and vicious, wherein he differs from all poets, philosophers, and Christians that ever writ.
Page 249 - Go, and he goeth, and Do this, and he doth it. I now hate all people whom I cannot command, and consequently a Duchess is at this time the hatefullest lady in the world to me, one only excepted, and I beg her Grace's pardon for that exception; for, in the way I mean, her Grace is ten thousand times more hateful.
Page 181 - I used to think sometimes formerly of old age and of death ; enough to prepare my mind ; not enough to anticipate sorrow, to dash the joys of youth, and to be all my life a dying.
Page 128 - I desire you to read over the text, and make a few in any way you like...
Page 29 - I hope you will represent to the ministry in my favour as a point of merit ; so farewell till I return. I am come back, and have deprived the parson, who, by a law here, is to be hanged the next couple he marries ; he declared to us that he resolved to be hanged, only desired that when he was to go to the gallows the archbishop would take off his excommunication.
Page 108 - Here is an ingenious goodhumoured physician, a fine gentleman, an excellent scholar, easy in his fortunes, kind to everybody, has abundance of friends, entertains them often and liberally. They pass the evening with him at cards, with plenty of good meat and wine, eight or a dozen together. He loves them all, and they him.

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