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" I am apt to think, it was to supply such defects as these, that satire was first introduced into the world ; whereby those whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punishment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld... "
The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. In Thirteen ... - Page 113
by Jonathan Swift - 1774
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 5

Jonathan Swift - 1741 - 368 pages
...to think, it was to fupply fuch Defecls as thefe, that Satyr was firft introduced into the World ; whereby thofe whom neither Religion, nor natural Virtue,...the Bounds of their Duty, might be with-held by the Shame of having their Crimes expofed to open View in the ftrongeft Colours, and themfelves rendered...
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Miscellanies, Volume 7

Jonathan Swift - English literature - 1751 - 346 pages
...apt to think it was to fupply fuch Defefts as thefe, that Satire was firft introduced into the World; whereby thofe, whom neither Religion, nor natural...Bounds of their Duty, might . be with-held by the Shame of having their Crimes expofed to open View in the ftrongefl Colour<, and themfelvcs rendered...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 8

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1754 - 432 pages
...introduced into the world; whereby thofe, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punimment were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be witheld by the mame of having their crimes expofed to open view in the ftrongeft colours, and themfelves...
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The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Volume 2

Jonathan Swift - English literature - 1761 - 420 pages
...was to fupply fuch defects as thefe, that fatire was firfl introduced into the world ; whereby rhofe, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear...punifhment, were able to keep within the bounds of rheir duty, might be with-held by the fname of having their crimes expofed to open view in the ftrongeft...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 8

Jonathan Swift - 1765 - 320 pages
...introduced into the world 5 whereby thofe, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of puniihment were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the fliame of having their crimes expoled to open view in the ftrongeft colours, and themfelves rendered...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ...

Jonathan Swift - 1768 - 406 pages
...i;i to the world ; whereby thofc, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punilnment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the (Lame of having their crimes expofed to open view in the ftrongeft colours, and themfelvcs rendered...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1801 - 490 pages
...into the world ; whereby those, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punishment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the shame of having their crimes exposed to open view in the strongest colours, and themselves rendered...
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The Works, Volume 5

Jonathan Swift - 1803 - 340 pages
...into the world ; whereby those, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punishment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the shame of having their crimes exposed to open view in the strongest colours, and themselves rendered...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 4

Jonathan Swift - 1808 - 544 pages
...introduced into the world; whereby those, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punishment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the shame of having their crimes exposed to open view in the strongest colours, and themselves rendered...
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Tracts, historical and political, during the reign of Queen Anne

Jonathan Swift - 1814 - 552 pages
...introduced into the world; whereby those, whom neither religion, nor natural virtue, nor fear of punishment, were able to keep within the bounds of their duty, might be withheld by the shame of having their crimes exposed to open view in the strongest colours, and themselves rendered...
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