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WORKS

OF THE

REV. JONATHAN SWIFT, D.D.,

DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S, DUBLIN..

ARRANGED BY THOMAS SHERIDAN, A. M.

WITH

NOTES, HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL.

A NEW EDITION, IN NINETEEN VOLUMES;

CORRECTED AND REVISED

BY JOHN NICHOLS, F.S.A. EDINBURGH AND PERTH.

VOLUME VI.

LONDON:

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Chap. VI. Of the inhabitants of Lilliput; their learning,

laws, and customs, the manner of educating their chil-

dren. The author's way of living in that country. His .

vindication of a great lady .........

............. 51

Chap. VII. The author, being informed of a design to

accuse him of high-treason, makes his escape to Ble-

fuscu. His reception there .............. ... 64

Chap. VIII. The author, by a lucky accident, finds means :

to leave Blefuscu; and, after some difficulties, returns

safe to his native country .........................

A VOYAGE TO BROBDINGNAG .................. $3

CHAP. I. A great storm described, the longboat sent to

fetch water, the author goes with it to discover the ;

country. He is left on shore, is seized by one of the
natives, and carried to a farmer's house. His reception, '
with several accidents that happened there. A descrip-
'tion of the inhabitants ...

............. ib.

Char. II. A description of the farmer's daughter. The

author carried to a market-town, and then to the me-

. .tropolis. The particulars of his journey ........... 99

Chap. III. The author sent for to court. The queen buys

him of his master the farmer, and presents him to the

king. He disputes with his majesty's great scholars,

-An apartment at court provided for the author. He is

in high favour with the queen. He stands up for the

honour of his own country. His quarrels with the

queen's dwarf.............

Chap. IV. The country described. A proposal for cor-

recting modern maps. The king's palace, and some ac-

count of the metropolis. The author's way of travel.

ling. The chief temple described ................. 119

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