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" When invited to drink tea, he brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders... "
Familiar Lessons on Physiology: Designed for the Use of Children and Youth ... - Page 86
by Lydia Folger Fowler - 1848
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 43

English literature - 1781
...him. When invitee} to take tea, he brought a cup and faucer, placed them on the table, put in fugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All thefe actions he performed, without any other inftigation than the figns or verbal orders of his mafter,...
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The Philosophy of Natural History, Volume 1

William Smellie - Animal behavior - 1790
...Hift. Nat. InJ. cap. 33. 439 * he brought a cup and a faucer, placed them on the table, put in * fugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank * it. All thefe actions he performed without any other mitigation * than the figns or verbal orders of his mafter,...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 1

William Bingley - Animal behavior - 1803
...along with him, when invited to take tea, he brought a cup and saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his master,...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, Volume 2

Natural history - 1810
...When invited to take tea, he brought i cup and saucer, placed them on the table, put in the sujsr, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. Ur cat almost every thin', but preferred ripe and drie.J fruits to all other kinds of fruit." This...
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The Hundred Wonders of the World: And of the Three Kingdoms of Nature ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Wonder - 1821
...with him. When invited to take tea, he brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his master,...
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Edwin; Or, The Motherless Boy: Interspersed with Pieces of Original ..., Part 72

Bourne Hall Draper - Conduct of life - 1827 - 232 pages
...with him. When invited to take tea, he brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed by the signs and orders of his master, and often of his own accord. He was...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 20

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...wilh him. When invited to take tea, he brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his master,...
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The Tatler: A Daily Journal of Literature and the Stage, Volume 4

Leigh Hunt - 1832
...with him. When invited to take ten, ho brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the tuble, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. AH these actions he performed without nny other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his...
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The Philosophy of Natural History

William Smellie - Anamals - 1832 - 327 pages
...with him. When invited to drink tea, he brought a cup and a saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his master,...
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Physiological observations on mental susceptibility. To which is added, an ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - 1837
...with him. If he was invited to take tea, he brought a cup and saucer, placed them on the table, put in sugar, poured out the tea, and allowed it to cool before he drank it. All these actions he performed without any other instigation than the signs or verbal orders of his master,...
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