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" Behold a proof of Irish sense : Here Irish wit is seen ; When nothing's left that's worth defence, They build a magazine ! * Besides these famous books of Scott's and Johnson's, there is a copious " Life "
The Brighton gleaner; or, General repository of literary selections, general ... - 458 ページ
1822
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The History of the County of Dublin

John D'Alton - 1838 - 943 ページ
...defence of the city* Oh, said the Dean, let me note that, when drawing out his tablets he wrote — " Behold a proof of Irish sense, Here Irish wit is seen,...nothing's left that's worth defence, We build a magazine." The fifteen acres (as an open level plain beyond this, and opposite the Viceregal Lodge, is termed,)...

The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, 第 20 巻

...produced the following lines, being the last the Dean ever wrote : " Behold a proof of Irish sense 1 Here Irish wit is seen ; When nothing's left that's worth defence, We build a magazine." He then put up his pocket-book, laughing heartily at the conceit, and clinching it with " When the...

The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the ..., 第 3〜4 巻

British empire - 1847
...Magazine known as Wharton's Folly, and which Swift made the subject of one of his latest epigrams : " Behold a proof of Irish sense ! Here Irish wit is seen : When nothing 's left that 's worth defence, We build a magazine." It is the kind of wit of which there has...

The Closing Years of Dean Swift's Life: With Remarks on Stella, and on Some ...

William Robert Wilde - 1849 - 184 ページ
...memory, put down that !" ' Which produced" these " lines, said to be the last he ever wrote : — " Behold ! a proof of Irish sense ; Here Irish wit is...nothing's left that's worth defence, We build a magazine." How far this proves the insanity of its author the reader is to judge. As, however, the most complete,...

The Closing Years of Dean Swift's Life; with an Appendix, Containing Several ...

Sir William Robert Wills WILDE - 1849
...memory, put down that !" ' Which produced" these " lines, said to be the last he ever wrote : — ' ' Behold ! a proof of Irish sense ; Here Irish wit is...nothing's left that's worth defence, We build a magazine." How far this proves the insanity of its author the reader is to judge. We must now conclude the history...

The Closing Years of Dean Swift's Life

William Robert Wilde - 1849 - 184 ページ
...tabletsmemory, put down that!"' Which produced" these " lines, said to be the last he ever wrote:— " Behold I a proof of Irish sense; Here Irish wit is seen! When...nothing's left that's worth defence, We build a magazine." How fur this proves the insanity of its author the reader is to judge. As, however, the most complete,...

Journal of Psychological Medicine, 第 2 巻

1849
...memory put down that — which produced these lines, said to be the last ho ever wrote — " Bchold ! a proof of Irish sense, Here Irish wit is seen ; When nothing's left that's worth defence, They build a magazine ! And hereupon Mr, Wilde, with an air of trinmph, exclaims, " How far this proves...

The Works of Jonathan Swift: Containing Interesting and Valuable ..., 第 1 巻

Jonathan Swift - 1850
...;' " which led to the following epigram, supposed to be the last vf rses which he produced : — '* Behold a proof of Irish sense. Here Irish wit is seen ; When nothing's left thnt's worth defence, We build a. magazine." In the very singular exhortation, likewise, addreesed...

The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century: A Series of Lectures

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 297 ページ
...for arms and stores, which was pointed out to him as he went abroad during his mental disease : — Behold a proof of Irish sense : Here Irish wit is seen ; When nothing's left that's worth defence, They build a magazine ! 9 Besides these famous books of Scott's and Johnson's, there is a copious "...

The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century: A Series of Lectures ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 309 ページ
...for arms and stores, which was pointed out to him as he went abroad during his mental disease: — Behold a proof of Irish sense: Here Irish wit is seen; When nothing's left that's worth defence, They build a magazine! bring himself to love him; and by stout old Johnson,* who, forced to admit him...




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