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" ... their evil purpose, and therefore answered them, to the utmost of my ability, in the most civil and respectful manner. Finding that they had not accomplished their purpose of exciting me to say something rash or improper, they stirred up the ignorant... "
Religious Toleration in Egypt: Official Correspondence Relating to the ... - Page 8
1862 - 16 pages
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The United Presbyterian magazine

1861
...accomplished their purpose of exciting me to soy something rash or improper, they stirred up the common people to insult me with reproachful language. On...said, " Why have you come hither?" I replied, " If yonr Lordship will have the goodness to read the petition, and the judgment of his Excellency the Governor...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1896
...stirred up the ignorant people to insult me with reproachful language. On this I attempted to leave tb* court, which, when they perceived, they prevented...come hither?" I replied, "If your lordship will have tb* gooduens to read the petition and judgment of his excellency thereto annexed, you will understand...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1896
...most civil and respectful manner. Finding that they had not accomplished their purpose of exciting nie to say something rash or improper, they stirred up...which, when they perceived, they prevented me, and tho cadi said? "Why have you come hitherf" I replied, "If your lordship will have tho goodness to read...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1896
...insult, and from its being so different from their ordinary treatment of me, and especially from tho irrelevant questions put to me, I understood their...lordship will have the goodness to read the petition and judgment of hie excellency thereto annexed, you will understand the cause of my appearing before yon.''...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1896
...or improper, they stirred up the ignorant people to insult me with reproachful language. On this 1 attempted to leave the court, which, when they perceived,...lordship will have the goodness to read the petition and judgment of his excellency thereto annexed, yon will understand the cause of my appearing before you."...
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Egypt and the Christian crusade

Charles Roger Watson - Missions - 1907 - 288 pages
...something rash or improper, they stirred up the ignorant crowd to revile me and curse my religion. On this I attempted to leave the court, which when they perceived, they prevented me from doing, and the kadi said 'Why have you come here ?' I replied, 'If your honor will have the goodness...
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In the Valley of the Nile: A Survey of the Missionary Movement in Egypt

Charles Roger Watson - Egypt - 1908 - 249 pages
...something rash or improper, they stirred up the ignorant crowd to revile me and curse my religion. On this I attempted to leave the court, which, when they perceived, they prevented me from doing, and the kadi said, ' Why have you come here? ' I replied, ' If your honour will have the...
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