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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 ... - Sivu 31
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The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, an Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1714 - 510 sivua
...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- • *...

The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, An Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1765 - 448 sivua
...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...

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...

The Retrospective Review, Nide 13

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...

The Retrospective Review, Nide 13

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...

Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Nide 11

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;...

The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood: Or an Account of His Birth ...

Thomas Ellwood - 1838 - 221 sivua
...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...

The Friends' Library, Nide 7

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...

The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and ..., Nide 7

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,...

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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