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Swift, J (1667.11.30-1745.10.19)

See other site (Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift) about his biography


Gulliver's Travels (vt.edu)
Gulliver's Travels (humanum.arts.cuhk.hk)
Gulliver's Travels (jaffebros.com) text version
Gulliver's Travels (sunsite.berkeley.edu) ASCII (searchable file) and PDF
Gulliver's Travels (library.utoronto.ca) Fascimile of London: Benj. Motte, 1726, in Delmar: Scholars' Fascimiles and Reprints, 1976.
Gulliver's Travels (members.xoom.com) with one-hundred-and-two illustrations by LOUIS RHEAD
Gulliver's Travels (litrix.com)
Gulliver's Travels (dept.english.upenn.edu) Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4
Gulliver's Travels (eserver.org)
Gulliver's Travels (pine.cs.yale.edu)
Gulliver's Travels (tom.cs.cmu.edu) Project Gutenberg: The Universal Library at Carnegie Mellon (Pennsylvania, USA): text, zip, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Illinois, USA): text, zip, Walnut Creek Archives (California, USA): text, zip, UNC Sunsite (North Carolina, USA): text, zip
Gulliver's Travels (alchemediainc.com) zip file
Gulliver's Travels (mhhe.com)
A Modest Propasal for Preventing the Chidren of Poor People in Ireland from Being Abrrden to Their Parents or Country,and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public (vt.edu)
A Modest Propasal for Preventing the Chidren of Poor People in Ireland from Being Abrrden to Their Parents or Country,and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public (Univ. of Idaho)
A Modest Propasal for Preventing the Chidren of Poor People in Ireland from Being Abrrden to Their Parents or Country,and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public (algonet.se)
A Modest Propasal for Preventing the Chidren of Poor People in Ireland from Being Abrrden to Their Parents or Country,and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public (ipf.simplenet.com) Eclectic Electronic Text Archive
Reasons Why We Should not Lower the coins now current in this Kingdom. Occasioned by a Paper Entitled, Remarks on the Coins current in this Kingdom. to which is added, The Rev. Dean Swift's Opinion, Delivered by him, in an Assembly of above One hundred and fifty eminent Merchants who met at the Guild Hall, on Saturday the 24th of April, 1736, in order to draw up their Petition, and Present it to his Grace the Lord-Lieutenant against lowering said Coin (1736) (socsci.mcmaster.ca)
Reasons Why We Should not Lower the coins now current in this Kingdom. Occasioned by a Paper Entitled, Remarks on the Coins current in this Kingdom. to which is added, The Rev. Dean Swift's Opinion, Delivered by him, in an Assembly of above One hundred and fifty eminent Merchants who met at the Guild Hall, on Saturday the 24th of April, 1736, in order to draw up their Petition, and Present it to his Grace the Lord-Lieutenant against lowering said Coin (1736) (ecn.bris.ac.uk)
Reasons Why We Should not Lower the coins now current in this Kingdom. Occasioned by a Paper Entitled, Remarks on the Coins current in this Kingdom. to which is added, The Rev. Dean Swift's Opinion, Delivered by him, in an Assembly of above One hundred and fifty eminent Merchants who met at the Guild Hall, on Saturday the 24th of April, 1736, in order to draw up their Petition, and Present it to his Grace the Lord-Lieutenant against lowering said Coin (1736) (unimelb.edu.au)
A Proposal For an Act of Parliament, To Pay off the Debt of the Nation, Without Taxing the Subject, by which the Number of landed Gentry, and substantial Farmers will be considerably encreased and no one Person will be the poorer, or contribute one Farthing to the Charge (1732) (socsci.mcmaster.ca)
A Proposal For an Act of Parliament, To Pay off the Debt of the Nation, Without Taxing the Subject, by which the Number of landed Gentry, and substantial Farmers will be considerably encreased and no one Person will be the poorer, or contribute one Farthing to the Charge (1732) (ecn.bris.ac.uk)
A Proposal For an Act of Parliament, To Pay off the Debt of the Nation, Without Taxing the Subject, by which the Number of landed Gentry, and substantial Farmers will be considerably encreased and no one Person will be the poorer, or contribute one Farthing to the Charge (1732) (unimelb.edu.au)

Other Information
Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (jaffebros.com) It is a very great web site about Gulliver's Travels and Jonathan Swift. Thanks to Lee Jaffe.
Jonathan Swift: 1667-1745 (stg.brown.edu)
Jonathan Swift: Short Biography (english.upenn.edu)
Malaspina Great Books (mala.bc.ca)


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