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" I have worn on my days in sighing, and my nights with watching and thinking of , who thinks not of me. How many letters must I send you before I shall receive an answer ? Can you deny me in my misery the only comfort which I can expect at present ? Oh... "
The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Additional Letters, Tracts, and ... - Page 442
by Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
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Letters, Written by the Late Jonathan Swift, D. D.: Dean of St ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1766
...diftrefTed. Solitude is infupportable to a mind which is not eafy. I have worn out my days in fighing, and my nights with watching, and thinking of who thinks not of me. How many letters fhall I fend you before I receive an anfwer? Can you deny me, in my mifery, the only comfort which...
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Letters, Written, Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1766
...diftreffed. Solitude is infupportable to a mind which is not eafy. I have worn out my days in figh ing, and my nights with watching, and thinking of — who thinks not of me. How many letters fhall I fend you before I receive an anfwer ? Can you deny me, in my mifery, the only comfort which...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 35

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1766
...diftrcffed. Solitude is infupportable to a mind which is not cafv'. I have worn out my days in fighiaj, and my nights with watching, and thinking of who thinks not of me. How very * The Dean was married to Stella in 1716. This lady's fate was y little, if at all, Jels uulur.unaie...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 18

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1784
...diftrefled. Solitude is infupportable to a mind •which is not.eafy. I have worn out my days in fighing, and my nights with watching and' thinking of who thinks not of me. Howmany letters fhall I fend you before I receive an anfwer ? Can you deny me, in my mifery, the only...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...watching and thinking of Cadenus, who thinks not *' of me. How many letters shall I send you before " I receive an answer ! Can you deny me, in my " misery, the only comfort which I can expect at " present ? O that I could hope to see you here, " or that I could .go to you ! I was born with violent...
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The Works of of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume 12

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...I was distressed. Solitude is insupportable to a mind which is not easy. I have worn out my days in sighing, and my nights with watching, and thinking of who thinks not of me. How many letters shall I send you before I receive an answer ? Can you deny me, in my misery, the only comfort which...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 12

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...I was distressed. Solitude is insupportable to a mind which is not easy. I have worn out my days in sighing, and my nights with watching, and thinking of who thinks not of me. How many letters shall I send you before I receive an answer ? Can you deny me, in my misery, the only comfort which...
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The Works, Volume 16

Jonathan Swift - 1803
...1 was distressed. Solitude is insupportable to a mind which is not easy. I have worn out my days in sighing, and my nights with watching, and thinking of — who thinks not of me. How many letters shall I send you before I receive an answer ? Can you deny me, in my misery, the only comfort which...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 16

Jonathan Swift - 1813
...— who thinks not of me. How many letters shall I send you before I receive an answer ? Can you deoj me, in my misery, the only comfort which I can expect at present ? O !. that I could hope to see you here, or that I could go to you. I was born with violent...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Additional Letters ..., Volume 19

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...was distressed. Solitude is insupportable to a mind which is not at ease. I have worn on. my days in sighing, and my nights with watching and thinking...inaccuracies, which are here corrected from Mr Berwick's MS. sent ? Oh ! that I could hope to see you here, or thai I could go to you. I was born with violent passions,...
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