Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 27 on ... the best sense : it costs far more trouble to be admitted or continued in ill....  
" ... the best sense : it costs far more trouble to be admitted or continued in ill company than in good ; as the former have... "
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Page 166
by Jonathan Swift - 1757
Full view - About this book

The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 4

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...the idea, of an immortal foul ? U 3 XLII. It is a certain truth, that a man is never fo eafy CM" fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe:...they have more vanity to be pleafed ; and to keep a foo] conftantly in good humour with himfelf and with others, is no very eafy tafk. XLHI. The difference...
Full view - About this book

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Accurately Revised in Twelve Volumes ..., Volume 4

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...fill the idea, of an immortal foul ? XLII. It is a certain truth, that a man is never fo eafy or fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe:...ill company than in good; as the former have lefs underftaiiding to be employed, fo they have more vanity to be pleafed ; and to keep a fool conftantly...
Full view - About this book

The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Volume 5

Jonathan Swift - English literature - 1761
...fill the idea of an immortal foul! XLII.. It is a certain truth,, that a man is never fo eafy or fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe...cofts far more trouble to be admitted or continued in HI company than in good ; as the former have left under ftanding to be employed, To they have more...
Full view - About this book

The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 4

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth, Deane Swift - 1768
...an immortal, foul ? VOL. IV. Y XLII. XLII: It is a certain truth, that a man is never fo eafy or fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe...humour with himfelf and with others, is no very eafy tafk. XLIII. The difference between what is commonly called ordinary company and good company, is only...
Full view - About this book

The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. In Thirteen ...

Jonathan Swift - 1774
...that a man is never fo eafy or fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe : itcofts far more trouble to be admitted or continued in ill company than in good ; as (he former have lefs underftanding to be employed, fo they have more vanity to be pleafed ; and to...
Full view - About this book

The European magazine, and London review, Volume 46

Philological Society (Great Britain) - 1804
...a man is never lo eafy or fo little impolcd upon, as among people of the bed fenfe ;fit colls tar more trouble to be admitted^ or continued in ill company than in good ; as the former li.ivi: lefs underftanding to be employed^ fo they have more vanity to be pleafed ; and to keep a fool...
Full view - About this book

History of John Bull. Essays. Poetry

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...that a man is never so easy, or so little imposed upon, as among people of the best sense : it costs far more trouble to be admitted or continued in ill company than in good ; as the former have less understanding to be employed, so they have more vanity to be pleased ; and to keep a fool constantly...
Full view - About this book

The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...man is never so easy, or so little imposed upon, as among people of the best , sense: it costs far more trouble to be admitted or continued in ill company than in good ; as the former have le^s understanding to be employed, so they have more vanity to be pleased; and to keep a fool constantly...
Full view - About this book

The works of Alexander Pope. Containing the principal notes of drs ...

Alexander Pope - 1806
...or to fill the idea of an immortal foul ! 'Tis a certain truth, that a man is never fo eafy, or fo little impofed upon, as among people of the beft fenfe...have more vanity to be pleafed ; and to keep a fool con. ftantly in good humour with himfelf, and with others, is no very eafy tafk, The difference between...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF