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" I think there is not a greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable ; but especially at an age when it is too late to engage in a new friendship. Besides, this... "
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Interesting and Valuable ..., Том 1

Jonathan Swift - 1850
...miserable ; but especially at an age when it ia too late to engage in a new friendship. Besides, that was a person of my own rearing and instructing from...quality that can possibly accomplish a human creature. Dear James, pardon me. I know not what I am saying ; but believe me that violent friendship is much...

The Works of Jonathan Swift ...: With Copious Notes and Additions ..., Том 1

Jonathan Swift - 1860
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable ; but especially...is too late to engage in a new friendship. Besides, that was a person of my own rearing and instructing from childhood, who excelled in every good quality...

Poems and Essays, Том 2

William Caldwell Roscoe - 1860
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship." It is but justice to quote another passage, where the affection is more apparent and self less prominent...

Poems and Essays, Том 2

William Caldwell Roscoe - 1860
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship." It is but justice to quote another passage, where the affection is more apparent and self less prominent:...

The Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland:: Swift--Flood--Grattan--O'Connell

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1871 - 320 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship.' That morbid melancholy to which he had ever been subject assumed a darker hue and a more unremitting...

The Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland:: Swift--Flood--Grattan--O'Connell

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1871 - 320 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...when it is too late to engage in a new friendship.' That morbid melancholy to which he had ever been subject assumed a darker hue and a more unremitting...

Swift, Том 8

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1882 - 209 страници
...friendship with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable; but especially [when the loss occurs] at an age when it is too late to engage in a new friendship." The morbid feeling which could withhold a man from attending a friend's deathbed, or allow him to regret...

The Quarterly Review, Том 156

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1883
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable, but especially at...person of my own rearing and instructing from childhood ; but, pardon me, I know not what I am saying, but, believe me, that violent friendship is much more...

Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable ; but especially...writ me deceiving letters, but Mr. Worrall has been H so just and prudent as to tell me the truth ; which, however racking, is better than to be struck...

Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift - 1885 - 292 страници
...greater folly than that of entering into too strict and particular a friendship, with the loss of which a man must be absolutely miserable ; but especially...hitherto writ me deceiving letters, but Mr. Worrall has b:en M so just and prudent as to tell me the truth ; which, however racking, is better than to be struck...




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