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- n. Plural form of honourer.
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Uncle's sake; and leave to number myself, with the same sincerity he ever did, among your greatest honourers, which I shall esteem as one of the most valuable parts of my inheritances from him; being also, with the faithfullest wishes of health and a happy long life to you,
My father and mother were both great lovers and honourers of clergymen, but all of
a more constant friend, never had poet more friends and honourers among the good of all parties; and that quacks in education, quacks in politics, and quacks in criticism were his only enemies.
Noblemen, and innumerable other company, who were honourers of this incomparable man, universally beloved by all who knew him. "