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" I now lodge with) he has too much Wit, as well as Courage, to make a solid General; and if he escapes being banished by others, I fear he will banish himself. "
Letters of Mr. Alexander Pope: And Several of His Friends - Page 323
by Alexander Pope - 1737 - 307 pages
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The Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1737
...have moft lived, muft be banimed : After both of you left England, my conftant Hoft was the J'.ifliop of Rochefter; fure this is a Nation that is curfedly...to make a folid General ; and if he efcapes being baniflied by others, I fear he will banilh himfelf. This leads me to give you fome Account of the manner...
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Mr. Pope's Literary Correspondence. Volume the Fifth. With Letters of Lord ...

Alexander Pope - 1737 - 86 pages
...and cannot regain one great Genius, but at the Expence of -another: I tremble for my Lord PETERBOROW (whom I now lodge with) he has too much Wit, as well...he will Banifh himfelf. This leads me to give you fbme Account of my Manner of Life and Converfation, which has been infinitely more various and diffipated,...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 7

Jonathan Swift - 1751
...be banifhed : After both of you left England, my conftant Hoft was the Biihop of * Rochester. Sure this is a Nation that is curfedly afraid of being...himfelf. This leads me to give you fome account of the manner of my life and Converfation, which has been infinitely more various and diffipated, than...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Esq., with His Last Corrections, Additions, and ...

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...(hewed, Could be fit to coiAmand an army or do any l( other bufinefs."' Ltt.V.Sep.*). 1706.!- • i. he he efcapes being banifhed by others, I fear he •will...himfelf. This leads me to give you fome account of the manner of my life and Converfation, which has been infinitely more various and diffipated, than...
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The Works of Alexander Pope Esq, Volume 9

Alexander Pope, William Warburton (Bp. of Gloucester) - English literature - 1751
...fl}evrcd, ooukl -Ipe fit to command an army or do any V other bufmeis'." let. V. Sep. 9.' i yo5. ' he he efcapes being banifhed by others, I fear he will...himfelf. This leads me to give you fome account of the manner of my life and Converfation, which has been infinitely more various and diffipated, than...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Letters

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...cannot regain one great Genius, but at the expence of another -f . .1 tremble for my Lord Peterborow (whom I now lodge with) he has too much Wit, as well as Courage> to make' a folid General J : and if * Dr. Atterbury. •f The Biftiop of Roche'fler thought this to be indeed the cafe ; and...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 6

Jonathan Swift - 1741
...great Genius, but at the Expence of another. I tremble for my Lord Peterborow (whom I now lodge withj he has too much Wit, as well as Courage, to make a folid General ; and if he efcapes being baniflied by others, I fear he will banimhimfelf. This leads me to give you fome Account of my Manner...
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The Works of D. Jonathan Swift: In Nine Volumes, Volume 6

Jonathan Swift - 1752
...much politenefs, and cannot regain one great genius, but at the expence of another. 1 tremble for ray lord Peterborough, whom I now lodge with, he has too...to give you fome account of my manner of life and converlation, which has been infinitely more varions and diffipated, than when you knew me and cared...
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The Works of D. Jonathan Swift: In Nine Volumes, Volume 6

Jonathan Swift - 1752
...over-run with too much politenefs, and cannot regain one great geliius, but at the expence of another. 1 tremble for my lord Peterborough, whom I now lodge...he has too much wit, as well as courage, to make a fulid general ; and if he efcapes being banifhed by others, I fear he will banifh himfelf. This leads...
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The works of Alexander Pope. With his last corrections, additions, and ...

Alexander Pope - 1754
...and cannot regain one great Genius, but at the expence of another. I tremble for my Lord Peterborow (whom I now lodge with) he has too much Wit, as well...he will banifh himfelf. This leads me to give you forne account of the manner of my life and Conversation, which has been infinitely more various and...
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