The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin: Including the Whole of His Posthumous Pieces, Letters, &c, Volume 18

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Contents

Dr Sheridan to Dr Swift
22
Mr Donnellan to Dr Swift
24
Dr Sheridan to Dr Swift
26
Charles Ford Esq to Dr Swift
29
Dr Swift to Dr Sheridan
32
jig Ditto to ditto
33
Lady B G U Dr Swift
36
Dr Sheridan to Dr Swift
37
Ditto to ditto
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Thomas Carte Esq to Dr Swift
43
Dr Sheridan to Mrs White way
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726 47 727 Mrs Pendarves to Dr Swift
50
Dr Sheridan to Dr Swift
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lT Page 729 Lady B G to Dr Swift
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Mrs Whiteway to Dr Swift
60
Dr King to Mrs Whiteway
62
Dr Sheridan to Mrs Whiteway
64
Dr Duniin to Mrs White way
67
From Dr Swift
68
Lord Cajlledurrow to Dr Swift
71
Dr King to Dr Swift
74
William Pidteney Esq to Dr Swift
76
To Mr Alderman Barber
86
The Earl of Orrery to Dr Swift
88
The Earl of Oxford to Dr Swift
90
Dr Swift to Dr Sheridan
93
Ditto to ditto
97
William Richardson Esq to Dr Swift
99
The Hon Miss Davis to Dr Swift
100
From Dr Swift
101
Dr Sheridan to Dr Swift
103
105 753 From Dr Swift
108
Dr Swift to the Earl of Oxford
110
Aldernyin Barber to Dr Swft
114
Dr King to Dr Swift
116
Ditto to Mrs Whiteway
118
758 121 759 Erasmus Lewis Esq to Dr Swift
122
760 The Earl of Oxford to Dr Swift
125
To Erasmus Lewis Esq
130
Thomas Farren Esq Mayor of Corie to Dr Swift
134
765 Lord B to Dr Swift
135
Lord M y to Dr Swift
136
Charles Ford Esq to Dr Swift
137
The Chevalier Ramsay to Dr Swift
140
Lord B to Dr Swift
141
Dr Swift to Dr Clancy
143
Lady Howth to Dr Swift
144
Dr Clancy to Dr Swift
145
Ta Mifi Richardson
146
Earl of Orrery to Mrs Whiteway
149
The Chevalier Ramsay to Dr Swift 1 50
155
Alexander MAulay Esq to Dr Swift
157
Dr King to Deane Swift Esq ib 781 Miss Richardson to Mrs Whiteway jrf 782 Lord Orrery to Dr Swift
160
Ditto to ditto
161
Alderman Barber to Dr Swift
162
William Richardson Esq to Dr Swift
165
From JDr Swift
167
To Mr Alderman Barber
171
The Bishop of Ferns to Dr Swift
174
Dr King to Dr Swift
186
Ditto to Mrs Whiteway
189
Lord Ctflledtirrow to Dr Swift
191
Dr King toMrs Whiteway
194
William Richardson Esq to Mrs White way 197
197
Ditto to Dr Swift
198
Ditto to ditto 20a ii04 Dr Dunkin to Mrs Whiteway
201
Dr Swift to Mr Pope
202
To Mr Pope
204
Mr Secretary L to Dr Swift 206
206
Mr Pope to Dr Swift
207
To Mt Lyttleton
214
George Lyttleton Esq to Dr Swift
216
Dr Scott to Dr Swift
217
R v Mr Throp to Dr Swift
220
Dr Swift to Mrs Whiteway
222
Ditto to ditto
224
td Dr Swift
225
Let Page 818 Dr Swift to Mrs Whiteway
226
Mrs Whiteway to Alexander Pbpe Esq
227
William Pulteney Esq to Dr Swift
230
Air Pope to Mrs Whiteway
232
Dr Swift to Mrs Whiteway
234
The Earl of 0 to Dr Stvift
235
Dr Swift to Mrs Whiteway
236
Lord Hyde to David Mallet Eq?
240
r Countess of Orkney to Dr Swift
247
Ditto to ditto
248
3 Lord Poulett to Dr Swift ib 4 Mr Lewis to Dr Swift
249
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Lord Peterborow to Dr Swift
251
7 DrSwift to Lard Ar ran ib 8 To Dr Swift
254
a Dutches of Hamilton to Dr Swift
255
Monfeur Viltaire to Dr Swift ib 12 Monfteur Voltaire au Comte de Morville Minijlre et Secretaire TEtat a Versail les
257
Dr Swift to Miss Vanhomrigh
259
Ditto to ditto
260
Part of a letter of Vatteffs from Dublin tfi 1714
261
1j Dr Swift to Vanejfa 263
263
Miss Vanhomrigh to Dr Swift
265
Ditto to ditto Part of a letter wrote in the year 17 20
266
Dr Swift to Miss Vanhomrigh
267
Ditto to ditto
268
Miss Vanhomrigh to Dr Swift
269
Part of an answer from Cadenus to Va nejfa
270
272 25 Dr Swift to Vanejfa
273
Ditto to ditto
275
Ditto to ditto 276
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iB Dr Swift to Miff Vanhomrigh
277
Dr Snviftto the Rev Mr Worrall
278
Ditto to ditto
280
Ditto to ditto
283
Ditto to ditto 28y 33 Ditto to ditto
286
Ditto to ditto
287
Ditto to ditto
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Ditto to ditto ib 37 Ditto to ditto 260
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To Dr Sheridany on a Literalia Scheme of Writing 196
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From a Gentleman in the country lo his friend in town
302
Dr Swift to the Rev Mr Kendall Viear osThQrntQnin LeiceJerJhire
304

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Page 307 - ... cold temper and unconfined humour is a much greater hindrance than any fear of that which is the subject of your letter. I shall speak plainly to you, that the very ordinary observations I made with going half a mile beyond the university, have taught me experience enough not to think of marriage till I settle my fortune in the world, which I am sure will not be in some years ; and even then itself, I am so hard to please, that I suppose I shall put it off to the other world.
Page 87 - Would to God you would come over with Lord Orrery, whose care of you in the voyage I could so certainly depend on ; and bring with you your old house-keeper and two or three servants. I have room for all, a heart for all, and (think what you will) a fortune for all.
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Page 84 - ... so the course of time brings us something, as it deprives us of a great deal ; and instead of leaving us what we cultivated, and expected to flourish and adorn us, gives us only what is of some little use by accident. Thus I have acquired...
Page 105 - Pray who is that Mr. Glover, who writ the epic poem called Leonidas, which is reprinting here, and has great vogue? We have frequently good poems of late from London. I have just read one upon Conversation, and two or three others.
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Page 264 - I could have borne the rack much better than those killing, killing words of yours. Sometimes I have resolved to die without seeing you more ; but those resolves, to your misfortune, did not last long...

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