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" What have I to do in the world ? I never was in such agonies as when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my sorry head no longer. "
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin - Seite 227
von Jonathan Swift - 1768
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Miscellanies: The Tenth Volume

Jonathan Swift - 1745 - 277 Seiten
...anfwered the End ; and the other who is now to be loft, waa all that is ValuaWe. You agreed with me, or you are a great Hypocrite. What have I to do in the World? I was never in fuch Agonies as when I received your Letter*- and had it in my Pocket. I am able to hold...
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The works of ... Jonathan Swift, Band 8

Jonathan Swift - 1752 - 80 Seiten
...anfwered the End ; and the other, who is now to be loft, was all that is valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great Hypocrite. What have I to do in the World ? I was never in fuch Agonies as when I received your Letter, and had it in my Pocket. I am able to hold...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1757
...anfwered the end ; and the ether, who is now to be loft, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I to do in the world ? I never was in fuch agoniw at ivLea I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my forry head...
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The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc.] In ..., Band 8

Jonathan Swift - 1761
...be loft, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I ta do in the world ? I never was in fuch agonies as when I received your letter, and bad it in my pocket.—- 1 am able to hold up my forry head no longer-f-, LETTER CXXIII. Mr PoPE ta...
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The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. In Thirteen ...

Jonathan Swift - 1774
...anfwered the end ; and the other, who is now to be loft, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite What have I to do in...when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. 1 am able to bold up my forry head no longer ^ « Mrs. Johnfon and Mrs. Dingley, both relations of...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Band 16

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1784
...anfwered the end ; and the other, who is now to be. loft, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I to do in the world ? 1 never was in'fuch agonies as when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. 1 am able to...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Band 1

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...whose sake only life was worth preserving. What " have I to do in this world ? I never was in such ** agonies as when I received your letter, and had '* it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my sorry ** head no longer." Let any one who understands the language of nature, judge whether the writer...
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The Works of of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, Band 12

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...who is now to be lost, is all that was * Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Dinglcy. valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I to do in the world ? I never was in such agonies as when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my sorry...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Additional Letters, Tracts ..., Band 17

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...answered the end ; and the other, who is now to-be lost, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I to do in the world ? I never was in such agonies as when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my sorry...
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The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters, tracts ..., Band 17

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...answered the end ; and the other, who is now to be lost, is all that was valuable. You agreed with me, or you are a great hypocrite. What have I to do in the world ? I never was in such agonies as when I received your letter, and had it in my pocket. I am able to hold up my sorry...
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