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Swift being one day at a sheriffs feast, among other toasts the chairman
called out, Mr. Dean, the Trade of Ireland. The Dean answered, Sir,
I drink no memories. The idea of the answer was evidently taken from
Bishop Brown's book against Drinking the Memories of the dead, which
had just then appeared, and made much noise.





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