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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 Works of Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of Essays, Humorous, Moral ...

Benjamin Franklin - Political science - 1840 - 320 pages
...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 are...them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private ; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of tin* want of instruction...
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

James Wimer - Indian captivities - 1841 - 633 pages
...believe ail your stories ; why do you refuse to believe ours?' " Curiosity. — " When any of the Indians 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...
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The Book of the Indians: Or, Biography and History of the Indians of North ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1841 - 708 pages
...all your stories : why do you refuse to believe ours ? ' " Curiosity. — " When any of the Indians come into our towns, our people are apt to crowd round them, ga/e upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private ; this they esteem great rudeness,...
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Levende dansk lyrik: fra folkevisen til drachmann

Poul P. M. Pedersen - Danish poetry - 1844 - 580 pages
...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 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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The Works of ... Franklin: Consisting of Essays, Humorous, Moral, and ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1846 - 304 pages
...understand and practise those rules, believed all your stones, 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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Juvenile Companion and Fireside Reader Consisting of Historical and ...

John Lauris Blake - Readers - 1846 - 252 pages
...disputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or what impression you make upon them. 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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Life of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1846 - 224 pages
...all your stories, why do you refuse to helieve ours ?" When any of them come into your towns, your people are apt to crowd round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to he private : thia they esteem great rudeness, and the eflect of the want of instruction in...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 2

Half hours - 1847
...approbation ; you would think they were convincei Xo such matter — it is mere civility. - • -* When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to crowe round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they tesut to be private ; this they esteem...
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The Works of Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of Essays, Humorous, Moral ...

Benjamin Franklin - Statesman - 1848 - 288 pages
...understand and practise these rules, believed all your stories, why do you refuse to believe ours ?' When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to crowd round them, gaze upon them, and mcommode them where they desire to be private ; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1848 - 696 pages
...all your stories : why do you refuse to believe ours ? ' ' " Curiosity. — "When any of the Indians 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...
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