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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: Comprising a General ... - Page 28
by Samuel G. Drake - 1834 - 541 pages
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Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life, Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Statesmen - 1793 - 303 pages
...The reft obferve a profound filence. When he has finifhed, and fits down, they leave him five or fix minutes to recollect, that, if he has omitted any thing he intended to fay, or has any thing to add, he may rife again and deliver it. To interrupt another, even in common...
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Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1804 - 59 pages
...writings, we always find exact. He who would speak, rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished, and sits down, they leave him five or six...conversation, is reckoned highly indecent. How different REMARKS OS SAVAGKS. 4* i 0 is this from the conduct of a polite British House of Commons, where...
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The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals, of the ..., Volume 3

Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1806
...we always find exact. He that would speak, rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished and sits down, they leave him five or six...he intended to say, or has any thing to add, he may VOL. in. 2 c rise 386 PAPERS DESCRIPTIVE OF AMERICA. rise again and deliver it. To interrupt another,...
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The complete works ... of ... Benjamin Franklin, Volume 3

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...we always find exact. He that would speak, rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished and sits down, they leave him five or six...thing he intended to say, or has any thing to add, be may rise again and deliver it. To interrupt another, even in common conversation, is reckoned highly...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin ...

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1809
...we always find exact. He that would speak, rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished and sits down, they leave him five or six...if he has omitted any thing he intended to say, or tyas any thing to add, he may rise again and deliver it. To interrupt another, even in common conversation,...
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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
...has finished, and sits down, they K-ave him jive or six minutes to recollect, that, if ht has omited any thing he intended to say, or has any thing to add may rise again and deliver it. To interrupt another, even in common conversation, is reckoned highly...
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The literary miscellany: or, Selections and extracts, classical ..., Volume 9

1812
...always find exSct. He who would speak, rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has fmished, and sits down, they leave him five or six minutes...conversation, is reckoned highly indecent. How different is this from the conduct of a polite British House of Commons, where scarcely a day passes without...
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The Works of the Late Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life, Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Electronic books - 1815 - 324 pages
...writings, we always find exact. He that would speak rises. The rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished, and sits down, they leave him five or six...again, and deliver it. To interrupt another, even in commmon conversation, is reckoned highly indecent. How different this is from the conduct of a polite...
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Essays and Letters, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Franklin - American essays - 1820 - 340 pages
...we always find exact. He that would speak rises : the rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished and sits down, they leave him five or six...conversation, is reckoned highly indecent. How different is this from the conduct of a polite British house of commons, where ncarce a day passes without some...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 19

British prose literature - 1821
...we always find exact. He that would speak rises : the rest observe a profound silence. When he has finished and sits down, they leave him five or six...add, he may rise again and deliver it. To interrupt i\nother, even in common conversation, is reckoned highly indecent. How different is this from the...
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