2 edition of The humble petition and remonstrance of some hundreds of retaylers found in the catalog.
The humble petition and remonstrance of some hundreds of retaylers
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1851:13|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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The humble petition and remonstrance of some hundreds of retaylers: who have sparkes of charity, and reason in them. And of country chap-men of the associated counties, and of thousands of poore people besides: for the restoring of farthing token: who are extreamely damnified, and are like to perish by the suppression of them.
The Humble petition and remonstranc[e] of some hundreds of retaylers who have sparkes of charity and reason in them: and of country chap-men of the associated counties, and of thousands of poore people besides, for the restoring of farthing tokens: who are extreamely damnified and are like to perish by the suppression of The humble petition and remonstrance of some hundreds of retaylers book.
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The reason it was was included is because it's probably the only book some people have ever read thanks to the huge fuss that was made about it a few years back.
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If this is your type of book it seem pretty informative but I found I had to reread the same sections over repeated. I recommend getting the sample section to read before purchasing. This is the perfect example of why looking at a book in the bookstore before purchasing is. - Grace Meng quotes from "I was raised as a Christian, where all you're taught is to be humble, even if you did something right.
Politics is the complete opposite of: you do something a little nice, and you tell everyone.". Read this excerpt from a story. Someone had written a petition.
It was very official. It stated, "We the people of Harmon Middle School object to the lack of straws in the cafeteria.
We demand that the cafeteria provide straws, as it has in the past." Tons of. The use of such forms as "I am humbled" in victory speeches and the like has been criticised as an oxymoron given the meaning of the verb humble.
It indicates modesty via a sense of unworthiness of the honor, or surprise at one's success; humility rather than humiliation.
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Psalm He leads the humble in justice,And He teaches the humble His way. From the book:As will be seen later on, Pygmalion needs, not a preface, but a sequel, which I have supplied in its due place.
The English have no respect for their language, and will not teach their children to speak it. They spell it so abominabl.We use "in my humble opinion" to express humility Maybe the phrase started that way, but, even if it did, it's become so trite that I don't think we use those words to express humility any more, despite what the online sources might word "humble" in this context looks especially ironic when used as an abbreviation at the outset of a rant.), 1: –52, esp.
The remonstrance is also reproduced in “The humble remonstrance and petition of the colonies and villages in this New Netherland Province,” in Arnold J. F.
van Laer et al., eds., New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore, ), 5: 91–File Size: 1MB.