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Other producers, including the Quaker Mill Company, jumped on board, with several mills merging into the American Cereal Company in 1891, retaining the smiling mascot of a man in Quaker garb.
They certainly were attractive specimens of their race, and the Quaker miller who offered them had a most benignant countenance.
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I know a good farmer wouldn't let even a well-trained Quaker cow into his best meadow; even I know that!
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Exchange bows, of course, if a Quaker will bow; but I'm too happy to-day to be disturbed by talk with him.
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That splendid old Quaker gentleman has just left here, and has made me such a generous offer.
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We learned this in conversation with a sweet-faced, quiet-mannered lady who had all the Quaker characteristics.
We had some trouble in finding Jordans, the little meeting-house near which is the grave of the Quaker philanthropist.
Never had the good people of the Quaker City gazed on such a sight as now met their eyes.
This morning I stood by the King arguing with a pretty Quaker woman, that delivered to him a desire of hers in writing.
Mr. Bright and his fellow-labourers of the Quaker persuasion were in a minority.

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