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" ... through that difficulty, how would he be able to understand it? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence; of which I know not the use, only that it is a refinement, and very frequently practised. Then... "
The British Essayists: With Prefaces, Biographical, Historical and Critical - الصفحة 84
المحررون: - 1823
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Miscellanies, المجلد 7

Jonathan Swift - 1751
...Elifions, by which Confonants " of moft obdurate Sounds are joined together with" out one foftening Vowel to intervene : And all " this only to make one Syllable of two, direftly " contrary to the Example of the Greeks and Ro" mans ; altogether of the Gothic Strain, and...

The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., المجلد 5

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...difficulty, how would he be able to under" stand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is t' the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of " which I know not the use, oaly that it is a refine" ment, and very frequently practised. Then you " will observe the abbreviations...

The British Essayists;: Tatler

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of which I know not the use, onty that it is a refinement, and very frequently practised. Then you will observe the abbreviations...

The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., المجلد 8

Jonathan Swift - 1812
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence; of which I know...abbreviations and elisions, by which consonants of jnost obdurate sounds are joined together without one softening vowel to intervene : and all this only...

The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift...

Jonathan Swift - 1812
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence; of which I know...will observe the abbreviations and elisions, by which consouauts of most obdurate sounds are joined together without one softening vowel to intervene : and...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Miscellaneous essays

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of which I know...will observe the abbreviations and elisions, by which conso| Mr Thomas Harley is here alluded to. , I nants^of most obdurate sounds are joined together without...

The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters, tracts ..., المجلد 9

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of which I know...will observe the abbreviations and elisions, by which conso•(• Mr Thomas Harley is bere alluded to. nants of most obdurate sounds are joined together...

The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters, tracts ..., المجلد 9

Jonathan Swift - 1824
...difficulty, how would he be able to understand it ? The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of which I know...and elisions, by which consonants of most obdurate sounds are joined together, without one softening vowel to intervene : and all this only to make one...

Tatler & Guardian

1831 - عدد الصفحات: 244
...ditlicnlty, how would he be able to understand it 1 The first thing that strikes your eye, is tho breaks st thou afflict ineî The li-:lits burn blue ! in...of imagination indisposed me i'rom further reading, eyll.ilile of two, directly contrary to the example of tho Greeks and Romans, altogether of the Gothic...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Interesting and Valuable ..., المجلد 2

Jonathan Swift - 1850
...difficulty, bow would he be able to understand it « The first thing that strikes your eye, is the breaks at the end of almost every sentence ; of which I know...and elisions, by which consonants of most obdurate sounds are joined together, without one softening vowel to intervene ; and all this only to make one...




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