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" Nor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact, Besides, the tale is false, in fact; And so absurd, that could I raise up, From fields Elysian, fabling... "
A physician's tale - Стр. 286
авторы: Heberden Milford - 1854
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The works of ... Jonathan Swift, Том 8

Jonathan Swift - 1752 - Страниц: 80
...By want of Skill, he always loft : He heard, there was a Club of Cheats, Who had contriv'da thoufand Feats ; Could change the Stock, or cog a Dye, And thus deceive the fharpefl Eye ; No wonder how his Fortune funk, His Brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the Moral...
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1787
...cost, By want of skill he always lost: 190 He heard there was a club of cheats, Who had contriv'da thousand feats; Could change the stock, or cog a dye,...the sharpest eye : No wonder how his fortune sunk, 195 His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exaft; Besides, the tale is false...
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The Works, Том 11

Jonathan Swift - 1803
...contriv'da thousand feats ; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye : Nor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact ; Besides, the tale is false in fact ; And so absurd, that could I raise...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Том 17

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...contriv'da thousand feats ; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye : Nor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact ; Besides, the tale is false in fact ; And so absurd, that could I raise...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift...

Jonathan Swift - 1812
...contriv'da thousand feats; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye : Nor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact; Besides, the tale is false in fact ; And so absurd, that could I raise up...
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Miscellaneous poems

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...contriv'da thousand feats; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye : Nor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact ; Besides, the tale is false in fact ; And so absurd, that I could raise...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - 1822
...pass an hour away ; And well he might, for, to his cost, By want of skill he always lost : He heard there was a club of cheats, Who had contrived a thousand...fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when he's drunk. I own the moral not exact ; Besides, the tale is false in fact; And so absurd, that could I raise up...
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language: From Chaucer to Saxe

James Parton - 1856 - Страниц: 689
...pass an hour away : And well he might ; for, to his cost, By want of skill he always lost ; He heard there was a club of cheats, Who had contrived a thousand feats ; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye : Xor wonder how his fortune sunk, His brothers fleece him when...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift ...: With Copious Notes and Additions ..., Том 1

Jonathan Swift - 1860
...pass an hour away: And well he might; for, to his cost, By want of skill he always lost ; He heard there was a club of cheats, Who had contrived a thousand feats; Could change the stock, or cog a die, And thus deceive the sharpest eye: Nor wonder how his fortune sunk. ' His brothers fleece him...
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The Lost Beauties of the English Language: An Appeal to Authors, Poets ...

Charles Mackay - 1874 - Страниц: 288
...as quality in fashion, Drinking, lying, cogging, eating, &c., &c. Ford: The Surfs Darling. He heard there was a club of cheats, Who had contrived a thousand...stock, or cog a dye, And thus deceive the sharpest eye. Swift. When lazy queens have nought to do, But study how to cog and lie, To make debate and mischief...
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