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" His urgent entreaties at length prevailed, and the lady was conveyed, in his palanquin, to the. comfortable and well-furnished apartments assigned to her by his grateful care. His wife and daughters received her with the utmost respect, and always showed,... "
Recollections of Seven Years Residence at the Mauritius: Or Isle of France - Page 162
by Alfred Bartram (Lady.) - 1830 - 208 pages
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The Family monitor

Religion - 1831
...condition, and immediately came to the town and sought her out in her humble abode. With the utmost respect, he expressed his concern at finding his honoured lady...assigned to her by his grateful care. His wife and daughter received her with the utmost respect, and always showed by their conduct that they considered...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 11

History - 1833
...my duty in asking you to share my prosperity when you are in need." His urgent entreaties at lengih prevailed, and the lady was conveyed in his palanquin...daughters received her with the utmost respect, and always showed by their conduct that ihey considered themselves her servants. Deserted bythose who had been...
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The African Repository, Volume 8

African Americans - 1833
...enabled to make myself comfortable in life, and now I only do my duty in asking you to share ray property when you are in need.'' His urgent entreaties at length...conveyed, in his palanquin, to the comfortable and well furnished apartments assigned to her by his grateful care; his wife and daughters received her...
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The African Repository and Colonial Journal

Slavery - 1833
...enabled to make myself comfortable in life, and now I only do my duty in asking you to share my property when you are in need." His urgent entreaties at length...conveyed, in his palanquin, to the comfortable and well furnished apartments assigned to her by his grateful care; his wife and <laughters received her...
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal

Slavery - 1833
...urgent entreaties at length prevailed, and the ladywas conveyed, in his palanquin, to the conrfortablc and well-furnished apartments assigned to her by his...daughters received her with the utmost respect, and always showed, by their conduct, that they considered themselves her servants. Deserted by those who had been...
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Anecdotes: Social life

Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) - Religion - 1849
...and immediately came to the town, and sought her out in her humble abode. With the. utmost respect he expressed his concern at finding his honoured lady...daughters received her with the utmost respect, and always showed, by their conduct, that they considered themselves her servants. Deserted by those who had been...
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The Wesley banner and revival record [afterw.] The Wesley banner [afterw ...

Samuel Dunn
...enabled to make myself comfortable in life ; and now I only do my duty in asking you to share my property when you are in need." His urgent entreaties at length...assigned to her by his grateful care. His wife and daughter received her with the utmost respect, and always showed, by their conduct, that they considered...
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