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" Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words; but at last, after many efforts, not being able, he fetched a deep sigh, and was afterwards silent. "
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Page lxxxv
by Jonathan Swift - 1757
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The Closing Years of Dean Swift's Life; with an Appendix, Containing Several ...

Sir William Robert Wills WILDE - 1849
...remember, was as much as to say, ' you'll ruin me in wine.' I own I was scarce able to bear the sight. Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find ivords to speak to me ; at last, not being able after many efforts, he gave a heavy sigh, and, I think,...
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The Works, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1883 - 530 pages
...friend should spend the evening with him, and which was as much as to say ' you will ruin me in wine.' Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words ; but at last, after many efforts, not being able, he fetched a deep sigh, and was afterwards silent. A few...
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Lives of Eminent Novelists and Dramatists

Walter Scott - 1887 - 617 pages
...friend should spend the evening with him, and which was as much as to say * you will ruin me in wine.' Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words ; but at last, after many efforts, not being able, he fetched a deep sigh, and was afterwards silent. A few...
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The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, Volume 6

Jonathan Swift - 1914
...remember, was as much as to say, " You'll ruin me in wine." I own, I was scarce able to bear the sight. Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words to speak to me; at last not being able, after many efforts, he gave a heavy sigh, and, I think, was...
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An Eighteenth-century Correspondence: Being the Letters of Deane Swift--Pitt ...

Lilian Dickins, Mary Stanton - 1910 - 466 pages
...remember, was as much as to say, " You'll ruin me in wine." I own, I was scarce able to bear the sight. Soon after, he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words to speak to me : at last, not being able, after many efforts, he gave a heavy sigh, and, I think, was...
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Select Letters of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1926 - 370 pages
...remember, was as much as to say, " You'll ruin me in wine." I own, I was scarce able to bear the sight. Soon after he again endeavoured, with a good deal of pain, to find words to speak to me; at last not being able, after many efforts, he gave a heavy sigh, and, I think, was...
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