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" You boast indeed of being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel by what issues out, you possess a good plentiful store of dirt and poison in your breast... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Page 364
1821
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Foundation Readers, Book 4

B. Ellen Burke - 1911
...being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel by what...possess a good, plentiful store of dirt and poison n your breast; and, though I 200 would by no means lessen or disparage your genuine stock of either,...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 3

Sir Henry Craik - English literature - 1917
...being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel, by what...disparage your genuine stock of either, yet, I doubt you are somewhat obliged, for an increase of both, to a little foreign assistance. Your inherent portion...
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Readings in English Literature

Roy Bennett Pace - English literature - 1917 - 512 pages
...creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself ; that is to say, if we may judge of the 90 liquor in the vessel by what issues out, you possess...disparage your genuine stock of either, yet, I doubt you are somewhat obliged for an increase of both to a little foreign assistance. Your inherent 95 portion...
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The Battle of the Books in Its Historical Setting

Anne Elizabeth Burlingame - Ancients and moderns, Quarrel of - 1920 - 223 pages
...being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel by what...plentiful store of dirt and poison in your breast. ... So that in short the question all comes to this: whether is the nobler being of the two, that which...
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After the New Criticism

Frank Lentricchia - Literary Criticism - 1981 - 384 pages
...obliged to no other Creature, but of drawing, and spinning out all from your self; That is to say, if we may judge of the Liquor in the Vessel by what...plentiful Store of Dirt and Poison in your Breast. . . . the Question comes all to this; Whether is the nobler Being of the two, That which by a lazy...
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Against Autonomy: Global Dialectics of Cultural Exchange

Timothy J. Reiss - Philosophy - 2002 - 532 pages
...shows, merely ephemeral, not something whose "spinning out all from [him]self" should be boasted of: "if we may judge of the Liquor in the Vessel by what...plentiful Store of Dirt and Poison in your Breast." So which is better? asks the bee: "That. . . which feeding and engendering on it self, turns all into...
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A Modest Proposal and Other Prose

Jonathan Swift - Ireland - 2004 - 265 pages
...being obliged to no other creature but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel by what...disparage your genuine stock of either, yet I doubt you are somewhat obliged, for an increase of both, to a little foreign assistance. Your inherent portion...
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Quarterly Review of the Michigan Alumnus, Volume 64

1958
...obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning all out from yourself; that is to say, . . . you possess a good plentiful store of dirt and poison in your breast," and you produce "nothing at all but flybane and cobwebs." Whereas he himself, the bee points out, "by an...
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North American Second Class Reader: The Fifth Book of Tower's Series for ...

David Bates Tower, Cornelius Walker - Elocution - 1853 - 296 pages
...being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, if we may judge of the liquor in the vessel by what issues out^ou possess a good plentiful store of dirt and poison in your breast ; and, though I would by no...
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