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" ... one that should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, fired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, he fell and was drawn off by the rest. " Cook, perceiving the people determined to oppose his designs, and that he should not succeed without further... "
The Library of American Biography - Sivu 144
muokkaaja - 1847
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History of the Hawaiian Or Sandwich Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities ...

James Jackson Jarves - 1843 - 407 sivua
...had dared to attempt a combat with him ; and as soon as he was pointed out, Cook fired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...second time, and threatened any one that should oppose himCook, perceiving this, fired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, he fell and was drawn off...

History of the Hawaiian Or Sandwich Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities ...

James Jackson Jarves - 1844 - 407 sivua
...had dared to attempt a eombat with him •. and as soon as he was pointed out, Cook fired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...from without the crowd a second time, and threatened anv one that should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, fired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin,...

History of the Hawaiian Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities, Mythology ...

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...had dared to attempt a combat with him ; and as soon as he was pointed out, Cook fired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...Indian's groin, he fell and was drawn off by the rest. this, a chief from behind stabbed him with one of our iron daggers, just under the shoulder-blade,...

History of the Hawaiian Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities, Mythology ...

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...had dared to atlcmpl a combat with linn ; and as soon as he was pointed out, Cook tired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...without the crowd a second time, and threatened any one thai should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, lired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, he...

History of the Hawaiian Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities, Mythology ...

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...him ; and as soon as he was pointed out, Cook ¿red at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving be received no damage from the fire, rushed from without the crowd a second time, and threatened MI}' one that should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, fired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin,...

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Charles C. B. Seymour - 1858 - 588 sivua
...that should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, flred a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, ho fell, and was drawn off by the rest. '' Cook, perceiving the people dctermined to oppose his designs, and tiiat he should not succeed withont, further bloodshed, ordered...

Records and Papers of the New London County Historical Society, Nide 3

New London County Historical Society (Conn.) - 1906
...that advanced towards Cook in an attitude that alarmed one of the guard. * * * Cook fired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...one that should oppose him. * * * Cook, perceiving the people determined to oppose his designs, and that he should not succeed without further bloodshed,...

American Quarterly Review, Nide 3

Robert Walsh - 1828
...that had dared to attempt to combat with him, and as soon as he was pointed out Cook fired at him with a blank. The Indian, perceiving he received no damage...one that should oppose him. Cook, perceiving this, flred a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, he fell and was drawn off by the rest. " Cook perceiving...




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