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" ... while he was doing this, a chief from behind stabbed him with one of our iron daggers, just under the shoulder-blade, and it passed quite through his body. Cook fell with his face in the water, and immediately expired. "
The Library of American Biography - Sivu 146
muokkaaja - 1847
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History of the Hawaiian Or Sandwich Islands: Embracing Their Antiquities ...

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...between the fire of the boats, waved with his hat fur them to ceaso firing and come in ; and while be was doing this, a chief from behind stabbed him with...not being able any longer to use his fusee, drew his swordand engaging the chief whom he saw kill Cook, soon despatched him. His guard in the mean time...

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

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...able to make themselves heard, aud being 'aose pressed upon by the chiefs, they joined the ?uard,who fired as they retreated. Cook having at length reached...passed quite through his body. Cook fell with his faee m the water, and immediately expired. Mr. Phillips, not being able any longer to use his fusee,...

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

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...chiefs, thoy joined the guard, who fired as they retreated. Cook bavin; at length reached the margiu of the water, between the fire of the boats, waved...passed quite through his body. Cook fell with his faee in the water, and immediately expired. Mr. Phillips, not being able any longer to use his fusee,...

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

James Jackson Jarves - 1847 - 240 sivua
...perceiving this, fired a ball, which entering the Indian's groin, he fell and was drawn off by the rest. this, a chief from behind stabbed him with one of...passed quite through his body. Cook fell with his fane in the water, and immediately expired. Mr. Phillips, not being able any longer to use his fusee,...

Life in the Sandwich Islands : or: The heart of the Pacific, as it was and is

Henry Theodore Cheever - 1851 - 333 sivua
...began to retreat Cook was hit with a stone, and perceiving the man who threw it, he shot him dead. This occasioned the guard to face about and fire,...and engaging the chief whom he saw kill Cook, soon dispatched him. " His guard, in the meantime, were all killed but two, and they had plunged into the...

The Island World of the Pacific: Being ... Travel Through the Sandwich Or ...

Henry Theodore Cheever - 1851 - 406 sivua
...began to retreat Cook was hit with a stone, and perceiving the man who threw it, he shot him dead. This occasioned the guard to face about and fire,...and engaging the chief whom he saw kill Cook, soon dispatched him. " His guard, in the mean time, were all killed but two, and they had plunged into the...

LIFE IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS: OR THE HEART OF THE PACIFIC AS IT WAS AND IS.

REV. HENRY T. CHEEVER - 1856
...began to retreat Cook was hit with a stone, and perceiving the man who threw it, he shot him dead. This occasioned the guard to face about and fire,...and engaging the chief whom he saw kill Cook, soon dispatched him. " His guard, in the mean time, were all killed but two, and they had plunged into the...

SELF-MADE MEN.

CHAS C. B. SEYMOUR - 1858
...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...water, and immediately expired. Mr. Phillips, not G* being able any longer to use his fusee, drew his sword, and, engaging the chief whom he saw kill...

Self-made men

Charles C. B. Seymour - 1858 - 588 sivua
...hat for them to cease tiring and come in ; and while he was doing this, a chief from behind atnhbed him with one of our iron daggers just under the shoulderblade, and it passed quite through his body. Cook toll with his &ce in the water, and immediately expired. Mr. Phillips, not being able any longer to...

Men who have made themselves [by J. McGilchrist].

John McGilchrist - 1860
...ran to the shore to put a stop to it ; but not being able to make themselves heard, and being closely pressed upon by the chiefs, they joined the guard,...his face in the water, and immediately expired. Mr. Philips, not being able any longer to use his fusee, drew his sword, and, engaging the chief whom he...




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