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  • Should not this great Goodness raise a due Sense in us of our Undutifulness, and a Resolution to alter our Course and mend our Manners; that we may be for the future more worthy Communicants at our Master’s good and great Table?

    Part I. Religion

  • House alike guilty, that I know there are many there as dutiful subjects as any in the World it being but some few Vipers among them that did cast this mist of Undutifulness over most of their

    Charles I Makers of History

  • Their Opinion in this Particular shews sufficiently what a Notion they must have had of Undutifulness in general.

    The Spectator, Volume 1 Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essays

  • Should not this great Goodness raise a due Sense in us of our Undutifulness, and a Resolution to alter our Course and mend our Manners; that we may be for the future more worthy Communicants at our Master's good and great Table?

    Some Fruits of Solitude

  • [Footnote: Undutifulness to parents is disapproved of by mankind,

    An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals

  • I consented to this Proposal, we went to him, he receiv’d us kindly in his Cell; and after giving me some gentle Reprehensions for my Undutifulness to my Father, finding me resolute, and determin’d to marry Leonora; and fearing, I suppose, that if he refus’d to do that Office for us, we might live together in a sinful

    The Life of Charlotta Du Pont, an English Lad

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