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" SAVAGES we call them, because their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility; they think the same of theirs. Perhaps if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality we should find no people so rude as... "
The Works of the Late Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life Written ... - Page 219
by Benjamin Franklin - 1807 - 295 pages
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The Boston magazine

...Remarks concerning the Savages of North- America. [By Dr. Franklin.] SAVAGES we call them, becaufe their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility ; they think the fame of theirs. Perhaps if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we...
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The American Geography: Or, a View of the Present Situation of the United ...

Jedidiah Morse - United States - 1792 - 536 pages
...fhort there appears to be much truth in Dr. Franklin's obfervation, " We call them lavages, becaufe their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility ; they think the fame of theirs." The 'r ptcfling of America.} It has long been a qiieftion among the curious, how...
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Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life, Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Statesmen - 1793 - 303 pages
...iuch commerce. REMARKS REMARKS CONCERNING THE SAVAGES OF NORTH-AMERICA. AVAGES we call them, becaufe their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility ; they think the fame of theirs. Perhaps, if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we...
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Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Electronic books - 1793
...manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility} they think the fame of theirSi Perhaps, if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we mould find no people fo rude as to be without any rules of polilenefs j nor any fo polite as not to...
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Works of the Late Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life ..., Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - 1794
...t .; . HV: 'REMARKS CONCERNING THE SAVAGES OF NORTH AMERICA. i , . \ SAVAGES- we call them, becaufe their manners differ from ours, which we think the perfection of civility ; they think the fame cf theirs. Perhaps, if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we...
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Recreations in Agriculture, Natural-history, Arts, and ..., Volume 3

James Anderson - Agriculture - 1800
...considers himself much obliged by this communication, and would be happy if he could find many such. SAVAGES we call them, because their manners differ...the perfection of civility. They think the same of ours. Perhaps, if we could examine the different manners of different nations with impartiality, we...
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Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1804 - 59 pages
...CONCERNING THE SAVAGES OF NORTH AMERICA. Savages we call them, because their manners differ from our's, which we think the perfection of civility; they think the same of their's. Perhaps, if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we should...
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Works of the Late Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of Memoirs of His Early Life

Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1810 - 274 pages
...such trading vessels, or interrupt such commercet Remarks concerning the Savages of ft or th America. SAVAGES we call them, because their manners differ...nations with impartiality, we should find no people so lude as to be without any rules of politeness; nor any so polite as not to have some remains of rudeness....
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The literary miscellany: or, Selections and extracts, classical ..., Volume 9

1812
...CONCERNING THE SAVAGES OF NORTH AMERICA. Savages we call them, because their manners differ from our's, which we think the perfection of civility; they think the same of their's. Perhaps, if we could examine the manners of different nations with impartiality, we should...
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Essays and Letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - American essays - 1820 - 340 pages
...capital of Saxony. J'2 REMARKS CONCERNING THE SAVAGES OF NORTH AMERICA. SAvAGES we call them, becanse their manners differ from ours, which we think the...nations with impartiality, we should find no people so rnde, as to be without any rules of politeness ; nor any so polite, as not to have some remains of...
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