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" In fairs, also, and in markets, I was made to declare against their deceitful merchandise, and cheating, and cozening; warning all to deal justly, to speak the truth, to let their Yea be yea, and their Nay be nay; and to do unto others as they would have... "
Lives of Distinguished Shoemakers - Page 251
1849 - 340 pages
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The Eclectic Review

1853
...to a oneness of spirit with Him who was an embodiment of love, and who has enjoined on his disciples to do unto others as they would have others do unto them. A system of kindness is not upheld by pains and penalties. The testimony now adduced might easily be...
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Reports and Realities from the Sketch-book of a Manager of the Rosine ...

Rosine Association (Philadelphia, Pa.), Rosine association of Philadelphia - Prostitution - 1855 - 380 pages
...meek and the lowly one, and respond " Amen," and " Glory to God," as the preacher enjoins upon them, " to do unto others as they would have others do unto them." Under these circumstances we conceive it to be our duty, to impress upon those parents whose children...
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Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress [1853-1854]

Gerrit Smith - Speeches in Congress - 1855 - 423 pages
...;" and were, therefore, according to the wisdom of the Administration, released from all obligation to do unto others, as they would have others do unto them ; and were at entire liberty to enslave Americans as well as other people. I add, that this blasphemous...
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SELF-MADE MEN.

CHAS C. B. SEYMOUR - 1858
...fear of God. In fairs, also, and markets, he was made to declare against their deceitful merchandise and cheating ; warning all to do justly, to speak...unto others as they would have others do unto them. He was moved also to cry against all sorts of music, and against mountebanks playing tricks on their...
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Self-made Men

Charles C. B. Seymour - Biography - 1858 - 588 pages
...deceitful merclmndice and cheating; warning all to do justly, to speak the trnth, to let thoir yea IMS you, and their nay nay, and to do unto others as they would have others do unto thom. Ho was moved also to cry against all sorts of music, and against mountebankn playing tricks on...
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The Congressional Globe ...

United States. Congress - United States - 1858
...captive;" to raise up the bowed down; enlighten the ignorant; who taught His disciples and followers " to do unto others as they would have others do unto them." A distinguished jurist of North Carolina, while discharging official duties, declared, "a slave is...
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Twelve Messages from the Spirit of John Quincy Adams

Joseph D. Stiles - Channeling (Spiritualism) - 1859 - 459 pages
...hate oppression and wickedness in all their various phases ; to love their fellow-men as themselves, and to do unto others as they would have others do unto them. From his unclouded sphere above Ho watches o'er mankind, Reflecting, from his home of love, The glories...
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The Dial, Volume 1

Moncure Daniel Conway - American periodicals - 1860 - 778 pages
...great loss to themselves and to all other nations, all motive to war will cease, and men will learn to "do unto others as they would have others do unto them." Industry will then be directed in the right channels. Iron will not be dug out of the bowels of the...
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... British Aid to the Confederates

Confederate States of America - 1861 - 8 pages
...want of patriotism, but because the honour of England is very dear unto us, that we ask our countrymen to do unto others as they would have others do unto them; to weigh well the circumstances of the case; — to see how far they are insulting, and whether the...
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Worth her weight in gold [by H. Colson].

H. Colson - 1863 - 111 pages
...if they meet with retaliation in the shape of hypocrisy or impertinence. In short, they quite forget to ' do unto others as they would have others do unto them ;' therefore they reap as they sow." Mr. Petworth laughed outright — "A very neat little speech,...
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