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" I have spoken of above, are like a couple of makebates, who inflame small quarrels by a thousand stories, and by keeping friends at a distance, hinder them from coming to a good understanding ; as they certainly would; if they were suffered to meet and... "
The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin - Σελίδα 21
των Jonathan Swift - 1801
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...small quarrels Ity a thousand stones, and by keeping friends Ht a distance, hinder them from coming toa good understanding; as they certainly would, if they...were suffered to meet and debate between themselves. Examiner, No. 15. It is used also by Richardson, in his Familiar Letters (Lett. 35), who uses make-debate...

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...debate between themfelves. For let any one examine a reafonable honeft man of either fide, upon thofe opinions in religion and government, which both parties daily buffet each other about, he fhall hardly find one material point in difference between them. I would be glad to afk a queftion...




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