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" had named, if their strength and cunning equalled their malice. But as my discourse had increased his abhorrence of the whole species, so he found it gave him a disturbance in his mind. to which he was wholly a stranger before, lie thought his "
Anglia - Page 414
1888
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The Works of D. Jonathan Swift: In Nine Volumes, Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1752
...Nature of Yahoos might eafily believe it pofiible for fo vile an Animal to be capable of every Adion I had named, if their Strength and Cunning equalled their Malice. But, as my Difcourfe had increafed his Abhorrence of the whole Species, fo he found it gave him a Diflurbance...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 5

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1784
...cunning equalled their malice. But as my difcourfe had increafed his abhorrence of the whole fpecies, fo he found it gave him a disturbance in his mind, to which he was wholly a ftranger before. He thought his ears, being ufed to fuch abominable words, might by degrees admit them...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan, John Nichols - 1801
...nature of yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...he found it gave him a disturbance in his mind, to * It would perhaps be impossible, by the most laboured argument, or forcible eloquence, to show the...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 7

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...nature of Yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...his mind, to which he was wholly a stranger before* He thought his ears, being used to such abominable words, might by degrees admit them with less detestation:...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 9

Jonathan Swift - 1812
...nature of Yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...species, so he found it gave him a disturbance in his miud, to which he was wholly a stranger before. He thought his ears, being used to such abominable...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Gulliver's travels. Directions to servants

Jonathan Swift, Sir Walter Scott - 1814
...nature of Yahoos might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...his mind, to which he was wholly a stranger before. He thought his ears, being used to such abominable words, might, by degrees, admit them with less detestation...
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The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters ..., Volume 11

Jonathan Swift - 1824
...nature of Yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...malice. But as my discourse had increased his abhorrence * It would perhaps be impossible, by the most laboured argument, or forcible eloquence, to shew the...
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The National: A Library for the People, Issues 1-26

William James Linton - 1839
...of Yahoos,* might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...increased his abhorrence of the whole species, so I found it gave him a disturbance in his mind, to which he was wholly a stranger before. He thought...
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The Bible of Nature, and Substance of Virtue: Condensed from the Scriptures ...

John Stewart - Ethics - 1849
...nature of Yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...his mind, to which he was wholly a stranger before. He thought his ears, being used to such abominable words, might by defrees admit them with less detestation...
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Gulliver's travels into several remote nations of the world, in ..., Volume 1

Jonathan Swift, John Mitford, William Cooke Taylor - 1856 - 419 pages
...nature of Yahoos, might easily believe it possible for so vile an animal to be capable of every action I had named, if their strength and cunning equalled...his mind, to which he was wholly a stranger before. He thought his ears, being used to such abominable words, might, by degrees admit them with less detestation:...
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