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" I beg leave to oiler you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and for the very flattering manner in which that honour has been conferred. "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 386
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An Introduction to Modern Therapeutics: Being the Croonian Lectures on the ...

Thomas Lauder Brunton - Medicine - 1892 - 195 pages
...INTRODUCTION. TV/TR. PRESIDENT and Gentlemen,— Allow me, before commencing these lectures, to return you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in asking me to deliver them, for the stimulus you have given me to collate the facts relating to a subject...
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Speeches, Articles, &c. of Edward James Herbert, Third Earl of Powis: With ...

Edward James Earl of Herbert - English essays - 1892 - 537 pages
...contributed to the success of this great undertaking. EARL Pow1s, in responding, said: I thank you for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and again beg to congratulate the Mayor on the happy auspices under which we have met this day to lay the...
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Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to ..., Volume 27

Powys-land Club - Montgomeryshire (Wales) - 1893
...contributed to the success of this great undertaking. The EARL OP Pow1s, in responding, said : I thank you for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and again beg to congratulate the Mayor on the happy auspices under which we have met this day to lay the...
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Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary ...

William Nelson - New Jersey - 1905
...Brunswick, May 14, 1770. 11 To which the Major returned the following ANSWER. " Gentlemen, I RETURN you my most sincere Thanks for the Honour you have done me, by your kind and obliging Address and receive with the greatest Pleasure this public Testimony of your...
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Inaugural Addresses by Presidents of the Indian National Congress: With Mr ...

Indian National Congress - Constitutional history - 1895 - 239 pages
...there is an ' Eternal that inakith for righteousness.' " LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I beg to tender to you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in calling me to preside over your deliberations this year. I cannot imagine a greater honour for a native...
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Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Volume 43

Royal Institution of Naval Architects - Naval architecture - 1901
...to deliver the following Opening Address : — In rising to address you, my first duty is to offer you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in electing me to fill your Presidential chair. I can assure you from my heart that no efforts on my part...
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Speeches and Writings of the Honourable Sir Pherozeshah M. Mehta

Pherozeshah Mehta - Bombay (India) - 1905 - 863 pages
...Calcutta, on the 26th, 17th, 29th and 30th December, 1890.] LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — I beg to tender to you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in calling me to preside over your deliberations this year. I cannot imagine a greater honour for a native...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 26

Asia - 1828
...Lushington rose, and spoke in the following words: " Mr. Grant, and Gentlemen : I rise to return you niy sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and for the good wishes with which that health was accompanied. No man ever came to this country with a more ardent...
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The Veterinarian, Volume 17

1844
...Mayer thus replied : — Mr. President and Gentlemen, allow me to render you thanks for the honour done me in drinking my health, and for the very flattering manner in which my friend, Mr. James Turner, has been pleased to speak of my services. It is true, as he has observed,...
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Transactions of the Essex Field Club, Volumes 3-4

Essex Field Club - Natural history - 1883
...can be directed in the future, I will not delay longer on the affairs of the Club, except to tender you my most sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in twice electing me to this Chair, and for your kind forbearance and support to me whilst occupying it...
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