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" Whig, that the more revolutions the better ; which, how odd a maxim soever in appearance, I take to be the true characteristic of the party. A dog loves to turn round often; yet after certain revolutions he lies down to rest: but heads under the... "
The Works of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Σελίδα 227
των Jonathan Swift - 1784
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Miscellanies, Τόμος 7

Jonathan Swift - 1751
...which, how odd a Maxim foever in Appearance, I take to be the true Charafteriftick of the Party. A Doc loves to turn round often ; yet, after certain Revolutions,...Wealth to Wars and Revolutions ; like the Girl at Bartholomew-Fair, who gets a Penny by turning round a hundred Times with Swords in her Hands. To conclude,...

The Works of Jonathan Swift, Τόμος 5

Jonathan Swift - 1741
...to be the true Charafteriftick of the Party. A DOG loves to turn round often j yet after cer* tain Revolutions, he lies down to Reft : But Heads, under...Changes, and perpetual Revolutions : Befides, the Wings owe all their Wealth to Wars and Revolutions ; like the Girl at Bartbolemew-Fxir, who gets a...

The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Τόμος 8

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754
...: and this is fuitable to the famous faying of a great whig, that the more revolutions the better j which, how odd a maxim foever in appearance, I take...wealth to wars and revolutions ; like the girl at Bartholomew-fair, who gets a penny by turning round a hundred times with fwords in her hands. To conclude,...

The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Τόμος 2

Jonathan Swift - 1761
...the better : which, -how odd a maxim foever in appearance, I take to be the .true charafteriftic.of the party. A- dog loves to. turn round often ; -yet,...revolutions, he lies down to reft : - but heads under the doininion of the moon are -for perpetual changes., and perpetual re v olutisns : befides, the Whigs...

The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Τόμος 8

Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, John Hawkesworth - 1765
...fa.mous fnying of a great ivhig, that the more revolutions the better ; which, how odd a maxim foevcr in appearance, I take to be the true characteriftick...often ; yet, after certain revolutions, he lies down lore/}; but head? under the dominion of the mean are for perpetual changes and perpetual resolutions....

The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Τόμος 8

Jonathan Swift - 1768
...a principle perpetually difpofing men to revolutions : and this is fuitable to the famous faying ot a great whig, that the more revolutions the better;...all their wealth to wars and revolutions ; like the firl at Bartholomew-fair^ who gets a penny y turning round a hundred times with fwords in her hands....

The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. In Thirteen ...

1774
...morfrevelutions the better : which how odd a maxim foever in appearance, I take to be the truecharacteriftic of the party. A dog loves to turn round often ; yet,...certain revolutions, he lies down to reft: but heads imder the dominion of the moon are for perpetual changes, and perpetual revolutions : befides, the...

The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Τόμος 3

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1784
...revolutions the better ; which, how odd a maxim foever in appearance, I take to be the true characteriftic of the party. A dog loves to turn round often ; yet,...heads under the dominion of the moon are for perpetual perpetual changes and perpetual revolutions : befides, the Whigs owe all their wealth to wars and revolutions...

The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Τόμος 3

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...revolutions the better ; which, how odd a maxim soever in appearance, I take to be the true characteristick of the party. A dog loves to turn round often ; yet after certain revolutions he lies down to rest : but heads under the dominion of the moon, are for perpetual changes, and perpetual revolutions:...

The Examiner [and political tracts

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...revolutions the better ; which, how odd a maxim soever in appearance, I take to be the true characteristick of the party. A dog loves to turn round often; yet after certain revolutions he lies down to rest : but heads under the dominion of the moon, are for perpetual changes, and perpetual revolutions...




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