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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 Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1860 - 736 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 debire to be private; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of the want of instruction in...
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The historical, biographical and poetical reader; or, Scholar's companion

John Laurie Blake - 1862
...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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The Autobiography and Essays of Dr. Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1864 - 231 pages
...understand and practise those rules, believed all your stories, whv 'Io von refuse to believe ours?* When any of them 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 t''ev es't,em great rudeness,...
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Laurie's Graduated series of reading lesson books, Book 5

James Stuart Laurie - 1866
...great care of their education, instruct them in all we know, and make men of them." When any 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 consider great rudeness, and the effect of the want of instruction...
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An easy English grammar, Volume 4

John Miller D. Meiklejohn - 1866
...and lead them in. 3. They go round from house to house, and tell the inmates the same story. • 4. Our people are apt to crowd round them, gaze upon them, and incommode them. 5. Your glorious standard launch again, To match another foe, And sweep through the deep While the...
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The Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1880 - 788 pages
...all your stories : why do you refuse to believe ours 1 ' " 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 detire to be private; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect of tho want of instruction in...
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Official History of the Improved Order of Red Men

George W. Lindsay, Charles C. Conley, Charles H. Litchman - Fraternal organizations - 1893 - 623 pages
...believe 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 want of instructions in the...
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Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles ...

Nelson Appleton Miles, Marion Perry Maus - Indians of North America - 1896 - 590 pages
...assent or approbation ; you would think they were convinced. No such matter ; it is mere civility. " When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to crowd round them, and incommode them where they desire to be private ; this they esteem great rudeness, and the effect...
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An Introduction to the Study of Literature: For the Use of Secondary and ...

Edwin Herbert Lewis - American literature - 1899 - 410 pages
...understand and practise those rules, believed all your stories; why do 145 you refuse to believe ours? " When any of them come into our towns, our people are apt to crowd them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private; this they esteem great rudeness,...
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Poor Richard's Almanac

Benjamin Franklin - Almanacs, American - 1900 - 132 pages
...understand and practise those rules, believed all your 72 stories ; why do you refuse to believe ours ? " When any of them come into our towns our people are apt to crowd them, gaze upon them, and incommode them where they desire to be private ; this they esteem great rudeness,...
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