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" House, or to hurt any thing about it. To treat you Madam, with the utmost Respect, to accept of the plate which was offered, and to come away without making a search or demanding anything else. I am induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed; since... "
The Atlantic Magazine - Page 317
1824
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Nelson and Other Naval Studies

James Richard Thursfield - Great Britain - 1920 - 373 pages
...the seamen to enter the house, or to hurt anything about it ; to treat you, madam, with the utmost respect ; to accept of the plate which was offered,...to come away without making a search, or demanding anything else. I am induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed. . . . I have gratified my men...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 29 1875

New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff - 1995 - 513 pages
...the seamen to enter the house, or to hurt anything about it, — to treat you, Madam, with the utmost respect, to accept of the plate which was offered,...demanding any thing else. " I am induced to believe I was punctually obeyed; since I am informed, that the plate which they brought away is far short of...
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John Paul Jones' Memoir of the American Revolution: Presented to King Louis ...

Gerard W. Gawalt, John Paul Jones, John R. Sellers - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 140 pages
...about it—to treat you, Madam, with the utmost respect—to accept the plate which was offered—and to come away without making a Search or demanding...expressed in the inventory which accompanied it. I have gratifyed my Men, and, When the Plate is sold, I shall become the purchaser, and will gratify my own...
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John Paul Jones and the American Navy

James C. Bradford - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2001 - 112 pages
...anything about it — To treat you, Madam, with the utmost Respect — to accept of the plate [ie, silver] which was offered — and to come away without making a search or demanding anything else. I am induced to believe that I was punctually Obeyed; since I am informed that the plate...
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The New Scots Magazine, Volume 2

1830
...the seamen to enter the house, or to hurt any thing about it ; to treat you, Madam, with the utmost respect ; to accept of the plate which was offered,...induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed, since 1 am informed that the plate which they brought away is far short of the quantity expressed in the...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volume 37

1850
...to enter the house, or to hurt any thing about it ; to treat you, madam, witd the utmost respeet ; to accept of the plate which was offered, and to come...induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed, since l am informed that the plate which they brought away is far short of the quantity expressed in the...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 286

1915
...the seamen to enter the house, or to hurt anything about it ; to treat you, madam, with the utmost respect; to accept of the plate, which was offered,...to come away without making a search, or demanding anything else. I am induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed. ... I have gratified my men ;...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 41, Page 1

Military art and science - 1843
...of the seamen to enter the house, or to hurt anything about it; to treat you, Madam, with the utmost respect, — to accept of the plate which was offered, and to come away without making any search, or demanding anything else. I am induced to believe that I was punctually obeyed ; since...
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