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- n. Alternative form of ledgment.
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- n. See ledgment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See ledgment.
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Amos looked so fiercely at him that Joseph turned his face away, his shoulders sagging in acknow - ledgement.
IN anfwcr to the note delivered yefterday, November 26, by Lord Malmeftury, the underfigned miniftef for foreign affairs is inftrufted by the Direftory to obferve, that the anfwers made 'on the 5th and 22d of lail Brumaire contained an acknow-i ledgement of the principle of compenfation, and that, in order to remove every pretext for farther difcuflion on that point, the underfigned, in the name of the Executive Dire6lory, now makes.
He makes no acknow - ledgement to Quarles, and fpeaks of his own work as original.
The ftipulative tribute paid by Tanjore to the Carnatic, in peace as well as in war, lhould we think be confidered only as an acknow - ledgement of Aiperiority« What quota of troops or rreafure fhould be furniflied in time of war we cannot ascertain either by ufage or compaft.
Ballot Proposition 4: Public Acknow-ledgement of God
On the 13th an entertainment was pro - vided on board the Batchelor for the Spanifh gentle - 1 men, to which 1 was carried, being not able to move myfeif, but was hoifled in a chair out of the fhip into the Batchelor -, where we agreed, that a de - putation fhould be lent from each fhip, to wait on the governor with a handfome prefent, in acknow - ledgement for his great civility, and the readinefs he expreffcd to fupply us.
On the 13th an entertainment was pro - vided on board the Batchelor for the Spanifh centk - men, to which I was carried, being not wle to move myfelf, but was hoifted in a chair out of the ihip into the Batchelor -, where we agreed, that a de - putation fhould be fent from each fhip, to wait on the governor with a handfome prefent, in acknow - ledgement for his great civility, and the readineis he exprefled to fupply us.
We wanted that sense, ackhow* ledgement, and value of our own happi - ness, which all but we had; and we took C 13) peons to make, when we could not find ourselves miserable.
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