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" Whoe'er expects to hold his part In such a book, and such a heart, If he be wealthy, and a fool, Is in all points the fittest tool; Of whom it may be justly said, He 'sa gold pencil tipp'd with lead. "
The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - الصفحة 21
المحررون: - 1779
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Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

Jonathan Swift - 1711 - عدد الصفحات: 416
...;. And then to heighten the Difgrace Clap his own Nonfence in , die place. Whoe're expefts to liold his part In fuch a Book and fuch a Heart; . If he be Wealthy and a Fool . * n> . •• t Is in all Points the fitteft Tool, . ; •:_-.;. .. Of whom it may be juftly (aid,...

Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

Jonathan Swift - 1713 - عدد الصفحات: 414
...Clap his own Nonfenfe in the placeV Whoe're expe&s to holds his part In fiich a Book and fuch a Hearty If he be Wealthy and a Fool, Is in all Points the...Tool ; • •'*.»• .'...-. « Of whom it may be juftly'faid, e^ia Gold Pencil tipp'd with Lead; . 35? TO THEI & EXCELLENCIES .V. THE • •' -•...

Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

Jonathan Swift - 1721 - عدد الصفحات: 279
...blot it out ; And then to heighthen the Difgrace, Claps his own Nonfenfe in the place. Whoe're expects to hold his Part In fuch a Book and fuch a Heart, If he be Wealthy and a Fool Is in all Points-the fitteft Tool/ Of whom it may be juftly faid. He's a Gold Pencil tipt with Dead. Y i. JL!...

The Works of J. S.

Jonathan Swift - 1735
...Lace.} Who, that had Wit would place it hers, For ev'ry peeping Fop to jeer ? Jn Pow'r of Spittle, and a Clout, Whene'er he pleafe, to blot it out ;...the fitteft Tool ; Of whom it may be juftly faid, He's a Gold Pencil tip'd with Lead Poems onfeveral Qccafions. i J THE DESCRIPTION OFA SALAMANDER. Out...

Miscellanies. In Four Volumes, المجلد 4

Jonathan Swift - 1742
...heighten the Difgrace, Clap his own Nonlenfe in the Place. Whoe'er expefts to hold his Part In inch a Book, and fuch a Heart, If he be wealthy, and a Fool, Is in all Points the fitteft Tool 5 Of whom it may be juftly faid, He'oa Golden P«ntil tipjj'd with Lead. To their EXCELLENCIES the...

The works of Jonathan Swift, المجلد 2

Jonathan Swift - 1744
...Difgrace, Clap his own Nonfenfe in the Place. Whoe'er re POEMS on feveral OCCASIONS. "Whoe'er expects to hold his Part In fuch a Book, and fuch a Heart...the fitteft Tool -, Of whom it may be juftly faid, He's a Gold Pencil tipt with Lead. 'The Defcription of a SALAMANDER. Out of PLINY'S Nat. Hift. lib....

The Works of D. Jonathan Swift: In Nine Volumes, المجلد 2

Jonathan Swift - 1752
...Clap his own nonefenfe in the place. Whoe'er expeft& to hold his part . . ; In fuch a book and fucb. a heart ; If he be wealthy, and a fool, Is in all...the fitteft tool ; Of whom it may be juftly faid, He's a gold pencil tipt witji lead. . TheDESGRIPTION of a; SALAMANDER. Out of PLINY'S Nat. Hift. lib....

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Accurately Revised in Twelve Volumes ..., المجلد 6

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...blot it out ; And then, to heighten the difgrace, Clap his own nonfenfe in the place. Whoe'er expects to hold his part In fuch a book, and fuch a heart,...the fitteft tool ; Of whom it may be juftly faid, He's a gold pencil tipp'd with lead. •>. » MRS. HARRIS'S PETITION. Written in the Tear 1701. To...

The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, المجلد 6

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...blot it out ; And then, to heighten the difgrace, Clap his own nonfenfe in the place. Whoe'er expeds to hold his part In fuch a book, and fuch a heart, i If I VERSES ON A LADY's TABLE-BOOK. 69 If he be wealthy, and a fool, Is in all points the fitteft...

The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1757
...it out ; 49 And then, to heighten the difgrace, Clap his own nonfenfe in the place. Whoe'er experts to hold his part In fuch a book, and fuch a heart, If he be wealthy, and a fool, 2; It in all points the fitteft. tool ; Of whom it m#y be juftly faid, He's a gold pencil tipp'd with...




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