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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 10 haulle It was also equally evident from the looks of the natives, as well as every other....
" It was also equally evident from the looks of the natives, as well as every other appearance, that our former friendship was at an end, and that we had nothing to do but to hasten our departure to some different island, where our vices were not known,... "
The Life of John Ledyard, the American Traveller: Comprising Selections from ... - Sivu 102
tekijä(t) Jared Sparks - 1829 - 310 sivua
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The life of Dr. Elisha Kent Kane: and of other distinguished American ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1859 - 406 sivua
...fancy they all at once took to iron daggers or dirks, which were the only articles that were anyways current with the chiefs at least. It was also equally...island, where our vices were not known, and where our intrinsic virtues might gain us another short space of being wondered at and doing as we pleased, or,...

A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...canoe, and hardly any inhabitants in the towns. Cook was chagrined, and his people were soured. Toward night, however, the canoes came in, but the provisions,...our tars expressed it, of being happy by the month ..... On the thirteenth, at night, the Discmerr/s large cutter, which was at her usual moorings at...

Literature of the revolutionary period,1765-1787

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1894
...canoe, and hardly any inhabitants in the towns. Cook was chagrined, and his people were soured. Toward night, however, the canoes came in, but the provisions,...our tars expressed it, of being happy by the month ..... On the thirteenth, at night, the Discovery's large cutter, which was at her usual moorings at...

Islands of History

Marshall Sahlins - 1985 - 180 sivua
...had nothing to do but to hasten our departure to some different island, where our vices were not yet known, and where our extrinsic virtues might gain us another short space of being wondered at" (1963: 141). n All along, the diverse and delicate relationships between the two peoples had been ordered...
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How "Natives" Think: About Captain Cook, For Example

Marshall Sahlins - 1996 - 328 sivua
...had nothing to do but to hasten our departure to some different island where our vices were not yet known, and where our extrinsic virtues might gain us another short space of being wondered at." All along, the diverse and delicate relationships between the two peoples had been ordered by the one...
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The Pacific Islands: An Encyclopedia, Nide 1

Brij V. Lal, Kate Fortune - 2000 - 664 sivua
...lslands: kingdoms of the reefs, Macmillan. THREE EUROPEAN VISITORS: FIRST CONTACTS Europe arriving We had nothing to do but to hasten our departure to...our tars expressed it of being happy by the month. — John Ledyard, Hawai'i, February 1779 The Pacific Ocean's penetration by 16th-century Spanish and...
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A History of the Pacific Islands: Passages Through Tropical Time

Deryck Scarr - 2001 - 323 sivua
...Island-centred sky. Part Three Valta from Tangaroa EUROPEAN EXPLORATION FROM THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY ...we had nothing to do but to hasten our departure...our tars expressed it of being happy by the month. JOHN LEDYARD, HAWAI't, FEBRUARY 1779 Chapter Six Unpacnfic Seas* Ultimate Landfalls The vaka is from...
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Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before

Tony Horwitz - 2003 - 496 sivua
...visitors and unhappy to see them return. "Our former friendship was at an end," Ledyard wrote, "and we had nothing to do but to hasten our departure to...gain us another short space of being wondered at." This is an unusual and incisive remark — if trustworthy. Beaglehole, a very discerning judge of sources,...
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American Traveler: The Life and Adventures of John Ledyard, the Man Who ...

James Zug - 2009 - 384 sivua
...atmosphere in terms he understood: "They had been oppressed and were weary of our prostituted alliance. Our former friendship was at an end, and that we had...our tars expressed it of being happy by the month." Happy by the weekend was not even possible. On Saturday, 13 February, two days after they had returned,...
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Hawai'i

Jake Goldberg, Joyce Hart - 2006 - 144 sivua
...natives," Ledyard wrote, that "our former friendship was at an end, and that we had nothing to do but hasten our departure to some different island where our vices were not known." One day Captain Cook became furious over the theft of one of the Discovery's small boats. He went ashore,...
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