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Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745

LC control no.n 78096912
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR3720 PR3728
Personal name headingSwift, Jonathan, 1667-1745
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Variant(s)Svift, Dzhonatan, 1667-1745
Du Baudrier, sieur, 1667-1745
Wagstaff, Simon, 1667-1745
Fribble, Timothy, 1667-1745
Baudrier, sieur du, 1667-1745
Drapier, M. B., 1667-1745
Swift, J. (Jonathan), 1667-1745
Author of The conduct of the allies, 1667-1745
Conduct of the allies, Author of the, 1667-1745
Philomath, T. N., 1667-1745
T. N., 1667-1745
N., T., 1667-1745
TN, 1667-1745
Swift, Dean (Jonathan), 1667-1745
Hope, Thomas, 1667-1745
A. B., 1667-1745
B., A., 1667-1745
Author of The short view of the state of Ireland, 1667-1745
Short view of the state of Ireland, Author of the, 1667-1745
Author of Gulliver's travels, 1667-1745
Gulliver's travels, Author of, 1667-1745
S----t, D--n (Dean Swift), 1667-1745
D--n S----t (Dean Swift), 1667-1745
Sṿifṭ, Yonatan, 1667-1745
Misosarum, Gregory, 1667-1745
Ssu-wei-fo-tʻe, Kʻuang-sheng, 1667-1745
Fizle, Obadiah, 1667-1745
Soyipht, Tzonathan, 1667-1745
Soyipht, Iōnathan, 1667-1745
Swift, Jonatán, 1667-1745
Свифт, Джонатан, 1667-1745
סבפט, יונתן, 1667-1745
סוויפט, יאנאטהאן, 1667-1745
סויפט, יונתן, 1667-1745
סװיפט, י., 1667-1745
Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1667-1745
Sviphṭa, Jonāthana, 1667-1745
M., Stephen, 1667-1745
Author of A tale of a tub, 1667-1745
Suwifuto, Jonasan, 1667-1745
スウィフトジョナサン, 1667-1745
ジョナサン・スウィフト, 1667-1745
Other standard no.Q41166
Associated countryIreland Great Britain
Birth date1667-11-30
Death date1745-10-19
Place of birthDublin (Ireland)
Place of deathDublin (Ireland)
Field of activitySatire Fiction
Satirical literature Poetry Essays
Profession or occupationSatirists Authors Poets Essayists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Gulliver's travels, 1864.
His Tittle tattle, 1749: t.p. (Timothy Fribble)
His A letter to the whole people if Ireland [MI] 1724: t.p. (M.B. Drapier, author of The shopkeepers, &c.)
His A proposal for correcting, improving, and ascertaining the English tongue [MI] 1712: signed p. 48 (J. Swift)
His Some remarks on the Barrier treaty between Her Majesty and the States-General [MI] 1712: t.p. (Author of The conduct of the allies)
His A famous prediction of Merlin, the British wizard [MI] 1709: t.p. (T.N., philomath)
His An answer to a paper called, a Memorial of the poor inhabitants, tradesmen and labourers of the kingdom of Ireland, 1728: t.p. (author of The short view of the state of Ireland) p. 16 (signed, A.B.)
Halkett & Laing (Philomath, T.N.--Jonathan Swift; Author of The short view of the state of Ireland & signed A.B.; Author of Gulliver's Travels--Jonathan Swift)
ESTC in RLIN, 10/4/88 (T.N. = Jonathan Swift)
His The swearer's-bank ... 1721: t.p. (To which is prefix'd, an Essay upon English bubbles, by Thomas Hope Esq.)
Cushing (Hope, Thomas, Esq., Jonathan Swift; author of The swearer's bank)
His Miscellanies, consisting chiefly of original pieces in prose and verse, 1734: t.p. (D--n S----t)
NUC pre-56 (hdg.: Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745; note: author of Miscellanies, consisting chiefly of original pieces in prose and verse)
His Some free thoughts upon the present state of affairs, 1741: t.p. (Author of Gulliver's travels)
Gulvier be-erets ha-gamadim, c1993: t.p. (Yonatan Sṿifṭ)
His A preface to the B----p of S-r-m's introduction to the third volume of the History of the reformation of the Church of England, 1713: t.p. (Gregory Misosarum)
His Hai wai hsüan chʻü lu, 1990: colophon (Kʻuang-sheng Ssu-wei-fo-tʻe, author of Gulliver's travels)
The benefit of farting explain'd, 1996: t.p. (Obadiah Fizle) cover (Jonathan Swift)
Gulliver en el país de los enanos, 1994: t.p. (Jonatán Swift)
BL database, 18 May 2007 (hdg.: Swift, Jonathan, Dean of St. Patrick's)
Tzonathan Souipht, 2010: (Tzonathan Souipht; Iōnathan Souipht [Jonathan Swift])
Wikipedia, 10 July 2015: Isaac Bickerstaff (Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq.; pseudonym for Jonathan Swift, under which Swift wrote Predictions for the year 1708 and A vindication of Isaac Bickerstaff)
Oxford dictionary of national biography online, 10 July 2015: Search/Swift, Jonathan (Swift, Jonathan; wrote Predictions for the year 1708 under pseudonym Isaac Bickerstaff)
Gulivara kī yātrāem̐, 2010: title page (Jonāthana Sviphṭa)
Wikipedia, January 30, 2020 (Jonathan Swift (30 November 1667 - 19 October 1745) was an Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer (first for the Whigs, then for the Tories), poet and cleric who became Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin; born Dublin, Ireland; died Dublin, Ireland)
Reason against coition, 1732, viewed online at Wellcome Collection website March 12, 2020 (the Reverend Stephen M*****, D.D., chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of ******; attributed in metadata to Jonathan Swift)
The tripe club, 1706: title page (By the author of The tale of a tub)
Garibarusu shimameguri, 2012: title page (スウィフト = Suwifuto) colophon (Swift, Jonathan [in rom.])
NDL in VIAF, June 1, 2022 (access point: Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745; Japanese reading [in kana]: スウィフト, ジョナサン‏ = Suwifuto, Jonasan)
Associated languageeng