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" For it is confidently reported, that two young gentlemen of real hopes, bright wit, and profound judgment, who, upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture of learning... "
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Page 190
by Jonathan Swift - 1757
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Jonathan Swift: Selections

Jonathan Swift - 1924 - 492 pages
...notwithstanding all the good intentions of the legislature, as we have lately found by a severe instance. For it is confidently reported, that two young gentlemen...bright wit, and profound judgment, who upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture...
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Progressive Readings in Prose

Rudolf Wilson Chamberlain, Joseph Sheldon Gerry Bolton - 1923 - 376 pages
...notwithstanding all the good intentions of the legislature, as we have lately found by a severe instance. For it is confidently reported that two young gentlemen...bright wit and profound judgment, who, upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture...
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An Introduction to the Study of Literature

Ralph Philip Boas, Edwin Smith - 1925 - 454 pages
...done with such useful though ordinary qualifications?" or savage with bitter sarcasm as in Swift's: "It is confidently reported that two young gentlemen...bright wit, and profound judgment, who, upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture...
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A Modest Proposal and Other Prose

Jonathan Swift - 2004 - 265 pages
...notwithstanding all the good intentions of the legislature, as we have lately found by a severe instance. For it is confidently reported, that two young gentlemen...bright wit, and profound judgment, who upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 26

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1849
...a doubtful witness. The year before, in his " Argument against abolishing Christianity," he relates that " two young gentlemen of real hopes, bright wit, and profound judgment, who, upon a thorough examination of causes and effects, and by the mere force of natural abilities, without the least tincture...
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