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" Gay, and had almost finished the letter; but by mistake I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern... "
The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. In Verse and Prose: Containing the ... - Page 127
by Alexander Pope - 1806
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Correspondence

Alexander Pope, John Wilson Croker, Whitwell Elwin, William John Courthope - 1871
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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Catalogue of a Selection from the Stowe Manuscripts Exhibited in the King's ...

British Museum. Department of Manuscripts - Great Britain - 1883 - 83 pages
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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Catalogue of a selection from the Stowe manuscripts exhibited in the Kings ...

British museum dept. of MSS. - 1883
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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The works of Jonathan Swift: containing additional letters ..., Volume 17

Jonathan Swift, Sir Walter Scott - 1884
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - Authors, English - 1885 - 292 pages
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard, after...
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English letters and letterwriters of the eighteenth century: With ...

Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope - Authors, English - 1886 - 552 pages
...I took up this instead of it; and so the six lines in a Look are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him ; for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, wh icli is hard airer...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 7

Alexander Pope, John Wilson Croker - Poets, English - 1871
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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Eighteenth century letters, Volume 1

Reginald Brimley Johnson, Jonathan Swift, Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele, Samuel Johnson, Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield (Earl of), Stanley Lane-Poole, George Birkbeck Norman Hill - English letters - 1897
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid 100 I continue in love with you, which is hard...
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The Gentlest Art: A Choice of Letters, by Entertaining Hands

Edward Verrall Lucas - English letters - 1907 - 422 pages
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is bad after...
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The Works, Volume 17

Jonathan Swift - 1884
...I took up this instead of it, and so the six lines in a hook are all to him, and therefore you must read them to him, for I will not be at the trouble to write them over again. My greatest concern in the matter is, that I am afraid I continue in love with you, which is hard after...
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