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" ... which will heighten their respect as well as their affection. If, on any occasion, they do more than you have a right to require, give them, at least, the reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to... "
The Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery on the Most ... - Page 10
by William Kitchiner - 1825 - 371 pages
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Letters on the Improvement of the Mind: Addressed to a Lady

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Conduct of life - 1806 - 212 pages
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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The Works of Mrs. Chapone: Now First Collected: Containing I. Letters on the ...

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Conduct of life - 1807
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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The Works of Mrs. Chapone: Now First Collected. Containing I ..., Volumes 3-4

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Conduct of life - 1809
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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The New Universal Letter Writer, Or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Hogan, David (Publisher) - Letter writing - 1818 - 251 pages
...reward of seeing that the/y have obliged you. If, in your service, they hare any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they ar« sick,give them all tlie attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 17

British prose literature - 1821
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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Letters on the improvement of the mind, by mrs. Chapone. A father's legacy ...

Hester Chapone, John Gregory, Sarah Pennington (lady.) - 1821
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart,...
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The Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery, on the Most ...

William Kitchiner - Cookery, English - 1823 - 428 pages
...Lecture them, till at least one day, after they have offended you. If they have any particular hardships to endure in your service, — let them see that you...their labour, but give them all the assistance of FooJ, Physic, and every comfort in your power. Tender assiduity about an Invalid is half a Cure, —...
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The Cook's Oracle : Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery on the Most ...

William Kitchiner - Cookery, English - 1827 - 491 pages
...way to ensure which, is never to Lecture them, till at least ONE DAY AFTER they have offended you. If they have any particular Hardship to endure in...remember you are their Patron as well as their Master, remit their labour, and give them all the assistance of Food, Physic, and every comfort in your power....
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner - 1829
...pains, and strengthens beyond the richest cordial. If they have any particular hardships to endure n your service, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. Ye who think that to protect and encourage virtue, is the best preventive from vice, give your female...
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Letters on the improvement of the mind

Hester Chapone - 1829 - 180 pages
...reward of seeing that they have obliged you. If, in your service, they have any hardship to endure, let them see that you are concerned for the necessity of imposing it. When they are sick, give them all the attention and every comfort in your power, with a free heart...
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