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A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures and Sufferings by Shipwreck ... - Page 194
by Donald Campbell - 1801 - 359 pages
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A Journey Over Land to India: Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1795 - 504 pages
...between them, they think themfelves of great 1 importance in the State; while the great men whole bufmcfs they are employed in, make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them with the greateft contempt : hence they become habitually fervile to their fuperiors, and by natural confequence...
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A journey over land to India ... in a series of letters to his son

Donald Campbell - 1796
...between them, they think themfelves of great importance in the State ; while the great men whofe bufmefs they are employed in, make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them with the greateft contempt : hence they become habitually fervile to their fuperiors, and by natural confequence...
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A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures, and Sufferings by Shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell, Stephen Jones - 1796 - 276 pages
...they think- themfelves of great importance in the Hate; while the great men whofe bufmefs they Stre employed in, make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them with the greateft contempt: hence they become habitually fervile to their fuperiors, and by natural confequence...
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A narrative of the extraordinary adventures, and sufferings by shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell - 1797
...between them, they think themfelves of great importance in the ftate ; while the great men whofe bufmefs they are employed in, make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them with the greateft contempt : hence they become habitually fervile to their fuperiors, and by natural confequence...
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Oriental Customs: Or. An Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, by an ...

Samuel Burder - 1804 - 431 pages
...are as it were the links of communication between them, they think themselves of great importance to the state, while the great men, whose business they are employed in, make them feel the weight of their authority, and treat them with the greatest contempt. Hence they become so habitually servile...
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Oriental Customs: Or an Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, Volume 1

Samuel Burder - 1804
...are as it were the links of communication between them, they think themselves of great importance to the state, while the great men, whose business they are employed in, make them feel the weight of their authority, and treat them with ftie greatest contempt. Hence they become so habitually servile...
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A Journey Over Land to India, Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1807 - 438 pages
...them, they think themfelves of great -importance in the ftate ; while the great men whofe bufinefs they are employed in, make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them with the greateft contempt: hence they become habitually fervile to their fuperiors, and by natural confequence...
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Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the ..., Volume 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...authority, as a messenger belonging to the sultan. As all those men are employed by the magistrates of the country, and are, as it were, the links of communication...feel the weight of authority, and treat them with thr greatest contempt: hence they become habitually servile to their superiors, and by natural consequence...
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Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings by Shipwreck and Imprisonment in ...

Donald Campbell, Stephen Cullen Carpenter - 1821
...themselves of great importance in the state; while the great men whose business they are employed in.make them feel the weight of authority, and treat them...their power, they conceive to be so. As carriers of despatches, their power and authority wherever they go, is in some points undisputed ; and they can...
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Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible

Augustin Calmet - 1832 - 1003 pages
...as it were, the links of communication l)etween them, they think themselves of great importance to the state ; while the great men, whose business they are employed in, make them feel the weight of their authority, and treat them with the greatest contempt : hence they become habitually servile to...
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