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His letters of credence to the King of Denmark had, doubtless, already been made out,—possibly by himself.
For my own part, I am disposed to accept all the traditions as generally worthy of credence.
GAIRLOCH IN NORTH-WEST ROSS-SHIREJOHN H. DIXON, F.S.A. SCOT
A sealed letter of credence to the head of the state or minister of foreign affairs according to rank of the representative.
INTERNATIONAL LAWGEORGE GRAFTON WILSON AND GEORGE FOX TUCKER
Behold these evidences then, ye who doubt, and place some credence in the narrations contained in this book.
MYTHICAL MONSTERSCHARLES GOULD
He thought scorn of our pleasant land, and gave no credence unto our word.
MATTHEW ARNOLDG. W. E. RUSSELL
He complained to Mazzini, who said that he could do nothing, which probably shows that he gave no credence to the story.
THE LIBERATION OF ITALYCOUNTESS EVELYN MARTINENGO-CESARESCO
American humor, in the presence of royalty, came to his aid in this staggering blow to his credence.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
Containing his letter of credence, his speech to Congress, and their answer.
Nevertheless, the earl's manner testified how slight was his credence in the enchanted properties of the ring.
OTHER TALES AND SKETCHESNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
Only an initiated few spend their holidays at Credence Green, and they have trained the householders to keep the place select.
ACTIONS AND REACTIONSRUDYARD KIPLING

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