Gaskell, On courtesy to all 

In the first place, the decorous, kind hearted, simple old gentleman had unconsciously called out, by his own refinement and courteousness of manner, all the latent courtesy in the other. Mr. Hale treated all his fellow creatures alike; it never entered into his head to make any difference because of their rank.

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