Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift

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REMARKS ON THE LIFE
AND WRITINGS OF
DR. JONATHAN SWIFT

John Boyle, Fifth Earl of Cork and Orrery

Edited by João Fróes

Newark: University of Delaware Press
London: Associated University Presses

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Acknowledgments 9
  • Introduction 13
  • Bibliographical Description of the Editions of Remarks on Swift 51
  • Copies of Remarks on Swift Annotated by Orrery 62
  • Letter I 66
  • Letter II 79
  • Letter III 94
  • Letter IV 104
  • Letter V 114
  • Letter VI 124
  • Letter VII 134
  • Letter VIII 143
  • Letter IX 154
  • Letter X 165
  • Letter XI 175
  • Letter XII 184
  • Letter XIII 190
  • Letter XIV 203
  • Letter XV 215
  • Letter XVI 219
  • Letter XVII 228
  • Letter XVIII 234
  • Letter XIX 242
  • Letter XX 254
  • Letter XXI 270
  • Letter XXII 284
  • Letter XXIII 297
  • Letter XXIV 318
  • Orrery's Manuscript Notes in His Annotated Copies of Remarks on Swift 327
  • Manuscript Notes in Houghton Ms Eng 218.14 328
  • Manuscript Notes in Houghton 16423.3.4* 365
  • Manuscript Notes in Williams.473 419
  • Index 434
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