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  • Travelling abroad, the man from this country was wont to assume, and if opposed to contend, ill-manneredly sometimes, that its institutions were far the best in the world.

    History of the United States, Volume 3 (of 6)

  • The auctioneer knocked off the purchase; and the man, more dead than alive, was delivered into the hands of the slave-trader's attendants, who received orders to give him twenty lashes on the spot, for his "cursed ill-manneredly Virginian insolence."

    The White Slave; or, Memoirs of a Fugitive

  • The auctioneer knocked off the purchase; and the man, more dead than alive, was delivered into the hands of the slave-trader's attendants, who received orders to give him twenty lashes on the spot, for his “cursed ill-manneredly Virginian insolence.”

    The White Slave or Memoirs of a Fugitive

  • The auctioneer knocked off the purchase, and the man, more dead than alive, was delivered into the hands of the slave-traders 'attendants, who received orders to give him twenty lashes on the spot, for his "damned ill-manneredly Virginia insolence."

    The Slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. Vol. I

  • Allah the Great and Glorious, did I not fear ill-manneredly to transgress against the rights of my father, Kamar al-Zaman, and my brother, Prince As’ad, I would assuredly go in to her and cut off her head, even as I cut off that of her eunuch!

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • In that time it has moved perhaps a hundred or so feet and I suspect it is only because your 71st is very ill-manneredly pushing from behind. "

    I Was a Teen-Age Secret Weapon

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