from The Century Dictionary.
- Older forms of acknow, acknowledge.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- obsolete Earlier form of
- [Obs.] to acknowledge; to confess.
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- verb Obsolete form of
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Every one con - fefles that we are, by the general tenor of all re - ligions, to ttudy and obey the laws of God; and in refpeft toChrittianity, thofe who are not infidels comprehend, as an inftance of the divine compaf - flon, that the »; fi7«j whereby we may attain aknow - ledge of the duties required, and the habits for praftifing fuch duties, are marked out to us in the molt legible charai -
Virtue in humble life: containing reflections on relative duties, particularly those of masters and servants. Thoughts on the passions, prejudices, and tempers of mankind, drawn from real characters. Fables applicable to the subjects. Various anecdotes of the living and the dead ... with a manual of devotion