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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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Chamber's Cyclopędia of English Literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - Authors, English - 1902
...being obliged to no other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; that is to say, {ƽ [ ] bObr ] :[2 ( - b# ͻ 'H[ ...q QTtX* " #G l ) Dk y c $ b 2Ww Ϙ { are somewhat obliged, for an increase of both, to a little foreign assistance. Your inherent portion...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical and ...

Robert Chambers - American literature - 1902
...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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From Milton to Johnson

Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse - English literature - 1903
...spinning out all from yourself; Title-page of First Edition of "Gullivers Travels" 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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English Literature An Illustrated Record in Eight Volumes.Volume III-Part II ...

1903
...spinning out all from yourself; Title-page of First Edition of "Gulliver's Travels" 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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English Literature: From Milton to Johnson, by Edmund Goose

Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse - English literature - 1903
...spinning out all from yourself; Title-page of First Edition of "Gulliver's Travels" 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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English Essays

Walter Cochrane Bronson - English essays - 1905 - 404 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...your breast; and though I would by no means lessen 35 or disparage your genuine stock of either, yet I doubt you are somewhat obliged, for an increase...
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English Authors: A Handbook of English Literature from Chaucer to Living Writers

Mildred Lewis Rutherford - English literature - 1906 - 750 pages
...other creature, but of drawing and spinning out all from yourself; thai is to say, if we may jndge of the liquor in the vessel by what issues out, you...disparage your genuine stock of either, yet I doubt yon are somewhat obliged, for an increase of both, to a little foreign assistance. Vo"r inherent portion...
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A tale of a tub: the Battle of the books, and other early works, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 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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The Battle of the Books

Jonathan Swift, Sir William Temple, William Wotton, Charles Boyle Earl of Orrery, Richard Bentley - Epistles of Phalaris - 1908 - 312 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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Selections from the Prose Writings of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1908 - 229 pages
...issues out, you possess a good plentifvil store of dirt and poison in your breast; and, though I wou'd by no means lessen or disparage your genuine stock of either, yet, I doubt you are somewhat obliged, for an increase of both, to a little foreign 20 assistance. Your inherent portion...
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