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" Thus the meaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as wellborn as the head of it, revered m his chieftain his own honour, loved in his clan his own blood, complained not of the difference of ftation into which Fortune had thrown him, and fefpected himfelf. "
Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge - 303. oldal
1796
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., 40. kötet

1771
...mcaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as well born as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honour ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained...of ftation into which fortune had thrown him, and refpccfted himfelf: the chieftain in return bciiowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude, and...

The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, 31. kötet

1771
...meaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as wellborn as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honour ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained...Of ftation into which fortune had thrown him, and refpected himfelf: the chieftain in return beftowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude, and...

The Perth magazine of knowledge and pleasure, 2. kötet

1772
...meaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as well-born as the head of it.reveredinhis chieftain his own honour; loved in his clan his own blood; complained...of ftation into which fortune had thrown him, and refpected himfelf: the chieftain in return bellowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude, and...

The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, 45. kötet

1772
...themeaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to beras well-born as. the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honour ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained...of ftation into which fortune had thrown him, and refpe<Sled himfelf: the chieftain in return beftowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude, and...

An historical miscellany

Historical miscellany - 1774
...meaneft of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as wellborn as the head of it, revered m his chieftain his own honour, loved in his clan his own blood, complained...of ftation into which Fortune had thrown him, and fefpected himfelf. The chieftain in a turn beftowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude, and...

Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland: From the Dissolution of the ..., 2. kötet

Sir John Dalrymple - 1790 - 647 oldal
...of the • clan, knowing himfelf to be as well born as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honour ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained...him ; and refpe&ed himfelf: The chieftain in return bellowed a protection, founded equally on gratitude and the confcioufnefs of his own intereft. Hence...

Annual Register, 14. kötet

1803
...meanelî of the clan, knowing himfelf to be as well-born as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honour ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained not of the difference of nation into which fortune had thrown him, and refpecled himfelf: The chieftain in return bellowed a...

The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ..., 2. rész,5. kötet

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...considering himself to be as well born as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honor ; loved in his clan his own blood ; complained not of the difference of station into which fortune had thrown him, and respected himself: the chieftain in return bestowed...

The First-class Reader: A Selection for Exercises in Reading : from Standard ...

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1833 - 276 oldal
...clan, knowing himself to be as well-born as the head of it, revered in his chieftain his own honor, loved in his clan his own blood, complained not of the difference of station into which Fortune had thrown him, and respected himself. The chieftain in return bestowed...

A Key to Hiley's Practical English Composition, 1. rész

Richard Hiley - 1855
...himself to be as well born as the head of it, recered in his chiefiain his own honour ; and loving in his clan his own blood, complained not of the difference of station into which fortune had thrown him. 5. When Columbus first discovered Jamaica, he approached...




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