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" The politeness of these savages in conversation is indeed carried to excess, since it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is asserted in their presence. "
The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge - Page 342
1784
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 49

English literature - 1787
...favages in cooverfation, is, indeed, carried to exccfs; fince it does not permit them to contradiet, or deny the truth of what is aflerted in their prefence. By this meani, they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or what impreffion...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1787
...Savages in converfation, is, indeed, carried to cxcefs ; lince it does not permit them to contradicl or deny the truth of what is aflerted in their prefence. By this means,, they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or what impreffion you make upon them. The miffionaries...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

Edmund Burke - History - 1787
...Savages in eonverfation, is, indeed, carried to sxcefs ; fince it does riot permit them to contradiftj or deny the truth of what is aflerted in their prefence. By this means they indeed avoid clifputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or What impreffion you make upftn them....
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Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin: Consisting of His Life Written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Statesmen - 1793 - 268 pages
...to finifh it ! The politenefs of thefefavages in converfation, is, indeed, carried to excefs; fince it does not permit them to contradict or deny the...prefence. By this means they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or what imprefiion you make upon them. The miffionaries...
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Works of the late Doctor Benjamin Franklin:: consisting of his life, written ...

Benjamin Franklin - Statesmen - 1793 - 303 pages
...finifh it ! The politenefs of thefe favages in converfation, is, indeed, carried to excefs ; fince it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is afferted in their prefence. By this means they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult...
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An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of ..., Volume 1

William Winterbotham - America - 1796
...indecent. The politenefs of thefe favages in converfation is, indeed, Carried to excefs ; fince it docs not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is af´crted in their prefence. By this means they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult...
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An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of ..., Volume 1

William Winterbotham - America - 1799 - 510 pages
...favages in converfation is, indeed, carried to excefs ; firice it does not permit them to contradlft or deny the truth of what is aflerted in their prefence. By this means they indeed avoid difputes ; but then it becomes difficult to know their minds, or what impreffion you make upon them. The miffionaries...
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Recreations in agriculture, natural-history, arts, and ..., Volume 3

James Anderson - Agriculture - 1800
...suffered to finish it! The politenefs of these savages in conversation is indeed carried to excefs, since it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is afserted in their presence. By this means indeed they avoid dispute; but then it becomes 'difficult...
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Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1804 - 59 pages
...lo finish it ! The politeness of these savages in con venation, is, indeed, carried to excess; since it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is asserted in their presence. By this means they, indeed, avoid disputes; but then it becomes difficult...
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The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals, of the ..., Volume 3

Benjamin Franklin - American literature - 1806
...suffered to finish it ! The politeness of these savages in conversation is indeed carried to excess, since it does not permit them to contradict or deny the truth of what is asserted in their presence. By this means they indeed avoid disputes ; but then it becomes difficult...
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