The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 16/Anglo-Latin Letter to Dr. Sheridan
To the Rev. Mr. SHERIDAN.
Terse I ow I ane you are wry.
Am I say vain a Rabble is,
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Spare take um Sick way pot you it wag and
Fall e'er he tast a.
Et a lye by:
Back 'um in Ray mote is Carrmen are you
For tune a lay to save an egg o show.
Sate I sope I nor sight ha' shown um: add fine 'em proper and 'um East. Valiant a Mice I Vestry, eat you in Shoe pair vally Ass.
Ah my Cuz vest are.
Day can us.
- As a clue to the above, I shall point out in what manner the first sentence is to be read, leaving it to the reader's ingenuity to find out the rest. Amice venerabilis, Gaudeo te ruri diu saluti inservisse, sed linquamur eas, & redi ad nos cito, &c.