The Trve Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine Iohn Smith, in Europe, Asia, Africke, and America: Beginning about the Yeere 1593, and Continued to this Present 1629 ... From the London Ed. of 1629, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Republished at the Franklin Press. William W. Gray, Printer, 1819 - Voyages and travels
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Page 158 - Moone, and Starres, and how the Sunne did chase the night round about the world continually; the greatnesse of the Land and Sea, the diversitie of Nations, varietie of complexions, and how we were to them Antipodes, and many other such like matters, they all stood as amazed with admiration.
Page 161 - With most strange gestures and passions he began his invocation, and environed the fire with a circle of meale; which done, three more such like devils came rushing in with the like antique tricks...
Page 212 - Pocahontas, his dearest iewell and daughter, in that darke night came through the irksome woods, and told our Captaine great cheare should be sent vs by and by ; but Powhatan and all the...
Page 159 - Notwithstanding within an houre after they tyed him to a tree, and as many as could stand about him prepared to shoot him, but the King holding up the Compass in his hand, they all laid downe their Bowes and Arrowes, and in a triumphant manner led him to Orapaks, where he was after their manner kindly feasted and well used.
Page 201 - And for him at that time to find in the South Sea, a Mine of gold ; or any of them sent by Sir Walter Raleigh : at our Consultation I told them was as likely as the rest. But during this great discovery...
Page 162 - At his entrance before the king, all the people gave a great shout. The queen of Appamatuck was appointed to bring him water to wash his hands, and another brought him a bunch of feathers, instead of a towel to dry them.
Page 162 - ... of men, and behind them as many women, with all their heads and shoulders painted red; many of their heads bedecked with the white downe of Birds; but every one with something: and a great chayne of white beads about their necks.
Page 159 - ... and Swords borne before him. Captaine Smith was led after him by three great Salvages, holding him fast by each arme : and on each side six went in fyle with their Arrowes nocked.
Page 161 - ... and a rattle in his hand. With most strange gestures and passions he began his invocation, and environed the fire with a circle of meale; which done, three more such like devils...
Page 161 - Three days they used this ceremony; the meaning whereof they told him, was to know if he intended them well or no. The circle...

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