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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin - Page 112
by Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
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A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People from Being a ...

Jonathan Swift - 1730 - 23 pages
...being of too tender a Confidence, to admit a long Continuance in Salt ; although ferhaps I could name a Country ; which would be glad to eat up our whole...Opinion, as to reject any Offer propofed by wife Men, :whrch fliall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy and effedual. ••Ğ>ğ• •' ... •' rl...
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The Works of J. S. ..

Jonathan Swift - 1735
...of too tender a Confiftence, to admit a long Continuance in Salt ; although, perhaps, I could name * Country, which would be glad to eat up our whole Nation...am not fo violently bent upon my own Opinion, as to rejeft any Offer propofed by wife Men, which fhall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effeftual....
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 4

Jonathan Swift - 1742
...admit a long Continuance in Salt •, although, perhaps, I could name % Country, "which "would be gla4 to eat up our whole Nation without it. AFTER all,...as to reject any Offer propofed by wife Men, which lhall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effectual. But before fomething of that Kind {hall...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Accurately Revised in Twelve Volumes ..., Volume 4

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...tender a confiftence to admit a long continuance in fait, although perhaps I could name a country r, 'which would be glad to eat up our 'whole nation without...am not fo violently bent upon my own opinion as to rejed any offer propofed by wife men, which fhall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effedual....
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1757
...being of too tender a confiftence to admit a long continuance in fait, " altho' perhaps I could name a country, which " would be glad to eat up our whole...am not fo violently bent upon my own opinion as to rejeft any offer propofed by wife men, which |h*ll be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effeftual....
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ..

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1760
...continuance in fait, although perhaps I could name a country, 'which wauld be glad to eat up our iuhole nation without it. After all, I am not fo violently...as to reject any offer propofed by wife men, which {hall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effectual. But before fomething of that kind jliull...
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The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - English literature - 1761
...long continuance in fait, although, perhaps, 1 could name a country, which would be glad ts eat vf our whole nation without it. After all, I am not fo...as to reject any offer propofed by wife men, which (hall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effectual: But before fomething of that kind mail...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 4

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth, Deane Swift - 1768
...tender a confiftence to admit a long continuance in fait, although perhaps I could name a country p, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without...am not fo violently bent upon my own opinion as to rejecl any offer propofed by wife men, which fhall be found equally innocent, cheap, eafy, and effectual....
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Drapier's letters [etc

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...being of too tender a consistence to admit a long continuance in salt, although perhaps I could name a country, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without it. After all, I am not so violently bent upon my own opinion as to reject any offer proposed by wise men, which shall be found...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 9

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...being of too tender a consistence to admit a long continuance in salt, although perhaps I could name a country, which would be glad to eat up our whole nation without it. . After After all, I am not so violently bent upon my own opinion as to reject any offer proposed by wise men,...
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