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" In America, where the privileges of birth never existed, and where riches confer no peculiar rights on their possessors, men unacquainted with each other are very ready to frequent the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange... "
The American Woman's Home: Or, Principles of Domestic Science; Being a Guide ... - Page 210
by Catharine Esther Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe - 1872 - 500 pages
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Democracy in America, Volume 4

Alexis de Tocqueville - Democracy - 1840
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet by accident they neither seek nor avoid...their manner is therefore natural, frank, and open : it is easy to see that they hardly expect or apprehend anything from each other, and that they do...
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Democracy in America, Volume 2

Alexis de Tocqueville - Democracy - 1841
...other, and that they do not care to display, any more than to conceal, their position in the world. If their demeanor is often cold and serious, it is never haughty or constrained ; and if they do not converse, it is because they are not in a humour to talk, not because they think...
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A Treatise on Domestic Economy: For the Use of Young Ladies at Home, and at ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - Home economics - 1843 - 383 pages
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet, by accident, they neither seek nor avoid...the English ; and, as the limits of aristocracy are ill-defined, every body lives in constant dread, lest advantage should be taken of his familiarity....
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The Republic of the United States of America: And Its Political Institutions ...

Alexis de Tocqueville - Democracy - 1851
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet by accident they neither seek nor avoid...their manner is therefore natural, frank, and open : it is easy to see that they hardly expect or apprehend anything from each other, and that they do...
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A treatise on domestic economy, for the use of young ladies at home, and at ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - House & Home - 1854 - 369 pages
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet, by accident, they neither seek nor avoid...the English ; and, as the limits of aristocracy are ill-defined, every body lives in constant dread, lest advantage should be taken of hia familiarity....
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Democracy in America, Volume 2

Alexis de Tocqueville - Democracy - 1862
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet by accident, they neither seek nor avoid...their manner is therefore natural, frank, and open : it is easy to see that they hardly expect or apprehend anything from each other, and that they do...
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Democracy in America, tr. by H. Reeve

Alexis Henri C.M. Clérel Tocqueville (comte de.) - 1862
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage .in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet by accident they neither seek nor avoid...their manner is therefore natural, frank, and open : it is easy to see that they hardly expect or apprehend anything from each other, and that they do...
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MISS BEECHER'S HOUSEKEEPER AND HEALTHKEEPER

1873
...same places, and find neither peril nor disadvantage in the free interchange of their thoughts. If they meet by accident, they neither seek nor avoid...demeanor is often cold and serious, it is never haughty nor constrained." But an " aristocratic pride is still extremely great among the English; and as the...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volumes 1-2

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1882
...with each other . . . find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thought!'. If seem'd to sink upon the ground; But err'd, for I was...sick, my brain grew sore, And throbb'd * M'hich saw In often cold and serious, it is never haughty or constrained; and if they do not converse, it is because...
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The Andover Review

Religion - 1889
...the same places, and find neither peril nor advantage in the free interchange of their thought. If they meet by accident they neither seek nor avoid...cold and serious, it is never haughty or constrained ; and if they do not converse, it is because they are not in a humor to talk, not because they think...
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