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" I never addressed myself in the language of decency and friendship, without receiving a decent and friendly answer. With man it has often been otherwise. "
The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion - Page 253
1801
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The New Universal Biographical Dictionary, and American ..., Volume 3

James Hardie - 1802
...language of decorum or friendship, without receiving a df~ cent and friendly answer — with men, it hath been otherwise. " In wandering over the barren plains...honest Sweden,, and frozen* Lapland, rude and churlish Frisland, unprincipled Russia, and the wide-spreading region of the wanBering Tartar— if hungry,...
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The Prosaic Garland: Consisting of Upwards of Two-hundred Pieces Selected ...

John Evans - 1807 - 260 pages
...more virtuous, and performing more good actions than he I To a Woman, whether civilized or savage, 1 never addressed myself in the language of decency...friendly answer. With Man it has often been otherwise .'" Ledyard. THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE WORLD IS the object of fond contemplation to the wise and the good,...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 52

1807
...more virtuous, and performing more good actions than lie. J î a woman, whether civilized or suv.igc, I never addressed myself in the language of decency...without receiving a decent and friendly answer. With man ¡t has often been otherwise." ' With "many opportunities of judging in various countries, and in various...
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Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed Under the Direction ...

Mungo Park - 1807 - 551 pages
...and I can truly say, as my predecessor Mr. Ledyard, has eloquently said before me ; " To " a woman, I never addressed myself in " the language of decency...without receiving a decent and friendly " answer. If I was hungry or thirsty, wet, " or sick, they did not hesitate, like the " men, to perform a generous...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...civili/.ed or savage, I never addressed mystlf in the language of decency and friendship, without tcceiving a decent and friendly answer With man it has often been otherwise." ' With many opportunities of judging in various countries, and in various situations, 1 warmly subscribe...
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An Account of Jamaica, and Its Inhabitants

John Stewart - 1808 - 305 pages
...general, also, more virtuous, and performing more good actions than he. To a woman, whether civilized or savage, I never addressed myself in the language of...With man it has often been otherwise. In wandering through the barren plains of inhospitable Denmark, through honest Sweden, and frozen Lapland, rude...
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 236 pages
...MY SAVIOUR, I REPENT I" Mr. LEDYARD, as quoted by M. PARKE, in his Travels into Africk. To a woman I never addressed myself, in the language of decency...friendship, without receiving a decent and friendly answer. If I was hungry or thirsty, wet or sick, they did not hesitate, like men, to perform a generous action...
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 235 pages
...I BEPENT !" 231 WOMAN. Mr. LEDYARD, as quoted by M. PARKE, in his Travels into Africk. " To a woman I never addressed myself, in the language of decency...friendship, without receiving a decent and friendly answer. If I was hungry or thirsty, wet or sick, they did not hesitate, like men, to perform a generous action...
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 258 pages
...I REPENT !" 231 WOMAN. Mr. LEDYARD, as quoted by M. PARSE, in his Travels into AJrick. " To a woman I never addressed myself, in the language of decency...friendship, .without receiving a decent and friendly answer. If I was hungry or thirsty, wet or sick, they did not hesitate, like men, to perform a generous action...
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The History of Various Modern African Nations

William Fordyce Mavor - 1808 - 390 pages
...to produce proportionate filial duty and tenderness in the child. ." To a woman," says Mr. Park, " I never addressed myself, in the language of decency...friendship, without receiving a decent and friendly answer. If I was fumgry, or thirsty, wet, or sick, they did not hesitate, like the men, to perform a generous...
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