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" When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to crowd round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private: this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of the want of instruction in the rules of civility and good... "
The New London Magazine - Page 459
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 49

English literature - 1787
...tmderftand and praftife thefe rules, believed all your ftories ; why da you refufe to believe ours f " When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to croud round them, gaze vipun them, and incommode them where they defire to be private ; this they efteem...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

Edmund Burke - History - 1787
...do you re" fufe to believe ours r" When any of them come into pur towns, our people are apt to croud round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they defire to be private ; this they efteem great rudenefs, and the effedt of the want of inftrudlion in the rules of civility and good-manners....
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 6

Books and bookselling - 1787
...underftand and praftife thefe rules, ' believed all your ftories ; why do ' you reiufe to believe ours ?" When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to croud round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they defire tobe private; this they efteem...
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Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Electronic books - 1793
...underftand and practice " thofe rules, believed all your (lories, " why do you refufe to believe ours ?" When any of them come into our Towns, our people are...incommode them where they defire to be private; this they efteem great rudenefs, and the effect of the want of inftruftion in the rules of civility and good...
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An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of ..., Volume 1

William Winterbotham - America - 1795 - 485 pages
...ufual tokens of aflent and Approbation; but this by no means implies conviftion; it is mere civility. When any of them come into our towns, our people are...incommode them where they defire to be private ; this they efteem great rudenefs, and the effccl of the ivant of inftruftion in the rules of civility and good...
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An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of the ...

William Winterbotham - America - 1796
...uiual tokens of aifcnt and approbation but this by no means implies conviction ; it is mere civili'?• When any of them come into our towns, our people are...they defire to be private ; this they eftecm great rudenefs, and the cffc of the .want of inftruftion in the rules of civility and good nanners. " We...
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Recreations in Agriculture, Natural-history, Arts, and ..., Volume 3

James Anderson - Agriculture - 1800
...understand and practise those rules, believed all your stories : why do you refuse to believe ours? When any of them, come into our towns, our people...them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private; this they esteem great rudcnefs, and the effect of want of instruction in the...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

History - 1800
...understand " and practife thofe rules, believed " all your llories, why do you rc" fufe to believe ours ?" When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to croud round them, gaze upon them, awl incommode them where they delire to be private; this ihey elteem...
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Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1804 - 59 pages
...those rules, believed all your stories, why do you refuse to believe our's ?" REMARKS ON SAVAGES. 47 When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to-crowd round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private; this they...
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The complete works ... of ... Benjamin Franklin, Volume 3

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...understand and practice those rules, believed, all your stories, why do you refuse to believe ours ?" When any of them come into our towns, our people are...them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of the want of instruction in...
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