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" This another of the brothers disliked, because of that epithet 'silver,' which could not, he humbly conceived, in propriety of speech be reasonably applied to a broomstick; but it was replied upon him that this epithet was understood in a mythological... "
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 1. kötet

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1755
...replied upon him, that this epithet was underftood in a mythological and allegorical fenfe. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid them to wear a broom-flick on their coats, a caution that feemed unnatural and impertinent ; upon which he was taken...

The Works, 3. kötet

Jonathan Swift - 1803
...replied upon him, that this epithet was understood ire ] a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he ' objected again, why their father should forbid...of a mystery, which doubtless' was very useful and signiiicant, but ought not to be over-curiously pried into^ .or nicely reasoned upon. And in short,...

A Tale of a Tub: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ...

Jonathan Swift, William Wotton - 1812 - 234 oldal
...replied upon him, that this epithet was understood in a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid...was very useful and significant, but ought not to be over-curiouaiy pried into, or nicely reasoned upon. And in short, their father's authority being now...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Tale of a tub. Battle of the books. Polite ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...replied upon him, that his epithet was understood in a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid...impertinent ; upon which he was taken up short, as one who spoke irreverently of a mystery, which doubtless was very useful and significant, but ought not...

Tale of a tub. Battle of the books. Polite conversation

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid them to wear a broom stick on their coats, a caution that seemed unnatural and...impertinent ; upon which he was taken up short, as one who spoke irreverently of a mystery, which doubtless was very useful and significant, but ought not...

The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters ..., 11. kötet

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid them to wear a broom stick on their coats, a caution that seemed unnatural and...impertinent ; upon which he was taken up short, as one who spoke irreverently of a mystery, which doubtless was very useful and significant, but ought not...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Tale of a tub. Battle of the books. Polite ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...replied upon him, that his epithet was understood in a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid them to wear a broom stick on their coats, a caution that seemed unnatural and impertinent ; upon which he was taken...

The Select Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing the Whole of His ..., 1. kötet

Jonathan Swift - 1823
...in a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forhid them to wear a broom-stick on their coats ; a caution...ought not to be over-curiously pried into, or nicely * Tbis is certainly the farther Introducing the pomps of bahit and ornament. t Tbe next subject of...

New Views of the Constitution of the United States

John Taylor - 1823 - 316 oldal
...stick. But it was replied upon him, that this epithet was un" derstood in an allegorical sense. However, he objected again, " why their father should forbid them to wear a broom-stick " upon their coats ; a caution that seemed onoataral and imper" tinent ; upon which he was taken up...

The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters ..., 10. kötet

Jonathan Swift - 1824
...replied upon him, that his epithet was understood in a mythological and allegorical sense. However, he objected again, why their father should forbid...impertinent ; upon which he was taken up short, as one who spoke irreverently of a mystery, which doubtless was very useful and significant, but ought not...




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