with them; and mind also to give them the Wall, in meeting or walking with them; for that is the Upper Hand, though in walking your Superiour should then be at your Left Hand. But when three Persons walk together, the middle Place is the must honourable: And a Son may walk at his Father's Right Hand, when his younger Brother walks at his Left.
6 Give thy Superiours leave to pass before thee in any narrow Place, where two Persons cannot pass at once.
7 If thou go with thy Parents, Master or any Superiour, go not wantonly nor even with them; but a little behind them.
8 Pay thy Respects to all thou meetest of thine Acquaintance or Friends.
9 Pull off thine Hat to Persons of Desert, Quality or Office; shew thy Reverence to them by bowing thy Body when thou seest them; and if it be a Person of high Station, Governour, Magistate, Justice of the Peace, Minister or Deacon, &c. stay thyself until they be passed by thee.