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" ... which such titles could be pretended to belong. This was an evil I had been much addicted to, and was accounted a ready artist in ; therefore this evil also was I required to put away and cease from : so that thenceforward I durst not say Sir, Master,... "
The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, An Account of His Birth ... - Página 31
por Thomas Ellwood - 1808 - 424 páginas
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The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, an Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood, George Bowles - 1714 - 510 páginas
...6'/>, Mafter, My Lord, Madam (or My Dame) or fay, Tour Ser, •vant, to any one to whom I did not ftand in the real Relation of a Servant ; which I had never done to any. * Again, Refietf of Perfons, in Uncovering the 1 6 ??. Head, and Rowing the /C»^> or Body in Valuta- • *...
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The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, An Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1765 - 448 páginas
...fay Sir, Mafter, My Lord, Madam (or My Dame) or fay Your Servant, to any one to whom I did not ftand in the real Relation of a Servant ; which I had never done to any. Again, Of T. ELLWOOD'S LIFE. 25 Again, Refpect of Per/ons, in uncovering the 1659. Head, and bowing the Knee...
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1826
...8tc., was likewise abandoned ; though, " in this matter, he had been accounted a ready artist." The " respect of persons, in uncovering the head, and bowing the knee or body, in salutations," was likewise put away, "as a deceit, being used as a token of respect by persons, one to another, who bear...
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The Retrospective Review, Volumen13

1826
...&c., was likewise abandoned; though-, " in this matter, he had been accounted a ready artist." The " respect of persons, in uncovering the head, and bowing the knee or body, in salutations," was likewise put away, "as a deceit, being used as a token of respect by persons, one to another, who bear...
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The Retrospective Review, Volumen13

1826
...8tc., was likewise abandoned; though, " in this matter,, he had been accounted a ready artist." The " respect of persons, in uncovering the head, and bowing the knee or body, in salutations," was likewise put away, "as a deceit, being used as a token of respect by persons, one to another, who bear...
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Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volumen11

1827
...that thenceforward I durst not say, " sir," " master," "mylord," "madam" (or my dame) or say, "your 'servant," to any one to whom I did not stand in the...relation of a servant, which I had never done to any. buttons, which had no real service, but were set on only for that which was by mistake called ornament;...
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The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or an Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1838 - 221 páginas
...from : so that thenceforward I durst not say Sir, Master, My Lord, Madam, (or My Dame), or say, Your Servant, to any one to whom I did not stand in the...introduced by the spirit of the world, instead of the true honor, which this is a false representation of, and used in deceit, as a token of respect, by persons...
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The Friends' Library, Volumen7

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1843
...cease from. So that thenceforward I durst not say sir, master, my lord, madam (or my dame) or say your servant, to any one to whom I did not stand in the...salutations, was a practice I had been much in the use of. This is one of the vain customs of the world, introduced by the spirit of the world, instead of the...
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The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises ..., Volumen7

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1843
...cease from. So that thenceforward I durst not say sir, master, my lord, madam (or my dame) or say your servant, to any one to whom I did not stand in the...body in salutations, was a practice I had been much n the use of. This is one of the vain customs of the world, introduced by the spirit of the world,...
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The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood, written by himself, with a suppl ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1855
...from. So that thenceforward I durst not say, Sir, Master, My Lord, Madam, (or My Dame) or say Your Servant, to any one to whom I did not stand in the real relation of a servant, which I have never done to any. Again: respect of persons, in uncovering the head, and bowing the knee or body...
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