For my discourtesy to you personally, I offer very sincere apologies, which I am sure your generous mind will accept as an atonement.
It would have been deemed in Virginia a distinct discourtesy in her not to call him “Cousin Arthur.
Although I was subjected to no personal discourtesy at either Temuco or Valdivia, but on the contrary was treated well, I was obliged to listen to much tirade against the United States and the inhabitants of our country in general.
Nowhere in Paraguay or Brazil have I been subjected to the discourtesy and suspicion that greet every traveler in the mountains of Peru or Bolivia.
Just criticism for incompetence was local, and for discourtesy and dishonesty was individual.
With her came one of our captains, who said she was to be his wife, and asked me to spare her discourtesyfor his sake.
To refuse thus to recognize them would be a discourtesy like that of the British Commander in Chief, when he addressed General Washington as "Mr. Washington.
Ordination is no more a discourtesy to the other denomination than Baptism is.
He hates to pass another person walking, and will practise some subterfuge to take off what he feels is the discourtesy of it.
This will be a sufficient apology for the seeming discourtesy of my silence.
He addressed McClernand with a curtness amounting almost to discourtesy and Sherman watched his opportunity to get him to go into another room, and there asked him what he meant by it.
As General Sherman travels with a menage (a roll of blankets and haversack full of hard-tack), which is as complete for a life out in the open air as in a palace, this discourtesy of Governor Brown was not a serious inconvenience.
As for Admiral Wilkes, the hero of the Trent, his arbitrary conduct was the subject of continual complaints; he showed marked discourtesyin connection with H.
Of more importance than this act of discourtesy was the apparent preparation for a foreign war on the part of the United States Government.
The most delicate shades of courtesy and discourtesy may be expressed by them.
Recent developments of rudeness and discourtesy among themselves and toward foreigners have emphasized my general contention that these characteristics are not due to inherent race nature, but rather to the social order.
LXX She cries, "I would not thy discourtesy Should make me so forget my courteous vein, But that aforehand I should caution thee Back to thy fortress to return again, Ere on hard earth thy bones shall battered be.
XCII The paynim deems it were discourtesy To accept the proffer by the damsel made.
My unsatisfactory answers seemed to displease Sir Edward Grey, for with true British discourtesy he abruptly began working at something on his desk and without even saying good day, let a commissaire bow me out.
The discourtesy and the irregularity of the proceeding, when it became known, shocked General Scott.
No discourtesy to you, sister; but you seem so far set from Sir Pelleas and myself.
Her interest in Gorlois was nodiscourtesy to her love for Pelleas.
Never had she been treated with anything like this discourtesy before.
And after the rumpus began and Jimmie and I were safely on the way home didn't you try to find out who was responsible for the discourtesy to me?
Beth filled the glass again, and handed it to him in silence, but no after-thought could atone for the discourtesy of his first refusal, and she looked in another direction, not even troubling herself to see whether he tried the water or not.
It was this last discourtesy that roused her to rebel.
The Prussian minister, an observant and impartial witness, declared that his hair had more than once stood on end to see the rude discourtesy with which the servant repelled the gracious advances of the master.
For a wise man, he seems never to have been sufficiently aware how much offence is given by discourtesy in small things.