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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Mr. or to have ones [one's] name recorded by the Secretary with that prefix 200 years....  
" Mr. or to have ones [one's] name recorded by the Secretary with that prefix 200 years ago was a more certain index of the rank of the individual as respects birth, education and good moral character than any one of the high sounding titles with which... "
The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle: who came from old to New ... - Page l
by George Frederick Tuttle - 1883
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The History of Connecticut: From the First Settlement of the Colony, Volume 1

Gideon Hiram Hollister - Connecticut - 1858
...respects birth, education, and good moral character, than any one of the high-sounding appellations with which many men of no merit whatever, in our day...requisite qualities of masters. It was seldom that young men, of whatever rank, were called masters. The appellation of "Sir," besides its ordinary use,...
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Family record of the Maltby-Morehouse family: a list of pedigrees with ...

Georgia Lord Morehouse Maltby - 1895 - 157 pages
...certain index of the rank of the individual as respects birth, education, and good moral character than any one of the high sounding titles with which many...still did not possess all the requisite qualities of Master. It was seldom that young men of whatever rank were called Masters. Sir was sometimes applied...
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Memoranda Relating to the Ancestry and Family of Sophia Fidelia Hall

Sophia Fidelia Hall Coe - 1902 - 231 pages
...though they might be returned year after year, were honored with this title. It may be observed, with reference to our colonial records, that there were...requisite qualities of Masters. It was seldom that young men of whatever rank were called Masters." ( III II>K I. \ OF RICHARD AND \ l,It K iGAYLARD TREAT....
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Maltby-Maltbie Family History

Mrs. Dorothy Lord (Maltby) Verrill - 1916 - 435 pages
...respects birth, education and good moral character than anyone of the high sounding titles with which men of no merit whatever, in our day of swift locomotion...and in honorable stations who still did not possess the requisite qualities of Master. It was seldom that young men of whatever rank were called Master....
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A History of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania: From Its ..., Volume 1

Oscar Jewell Harvey, Ernest Gray Smith - Wilkes-Barre (Pa.) - 1909
...appellations which in our day are applied to many men of no merit whatever. It mav be observedj bv reference to our colonial records, that there were...possess all the requisite qualities of 'Masters.' * * "Military titles were considered of a very high order, as we should naturally expect to find them...
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