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THE CHARACTER OF DOCTOR SWIFT, AFTER HIS DEATH.
October 21st, 1734.
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CONCLUSION.
Person, Habits, and Private Character of Swift His Con
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the mark.* But what seems to have provoked the
Dean more than personal libels, to which he was in
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Besides these continuations, a work thus completely
successful failed not to be attended by imitations, pa
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ness. All this passed in Swift's presence, who sat
beside them in silence, and heard, with apparent in
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duct, it is pleasing to contrast the generosity of Ad-
dison, who took this period of adversity to renew that
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friends, as his acquaintance was dropped by those
differing sentiments in party matters. With such con-
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The Dean's correspondence also occupied a good
part of his leisure. It was chiefly confined to Tory
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ing lines, addressed by Swift to Vanessa, long after
the date of his celebrated poem :
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Divine imprest their gentle sway,
And sweetly stole my soul away.