Is this sentence acceptable to native speakers?
You don't need to know anything about grammar to help me here---if you are a native speaker, that is enough. So, native speakers: to your ear, does the following sentence sound acceptable?
 Jane knows that Alice, but doubts that Mary, is tall.
I know that the sentence can be rewritten in various ways which are definitely acceptable; that's not my question. It is precisely the sentence  as it is that interests me. Grammatical analysis of  will not help me, either. The only thing that matters is whether native speakers (tend to) find it acceptable.
If you happen to know of some attested examples of sentences like  in published literature, that would help a lot, too. Thank you very much!
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