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" Land, which is a large island. None of the party could speak the Esquimaux language intelligibly; but by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship, or ships, had been crushed by ice, and that they were now going to where they expected... "
The discovery of the North-west Passage - Page 360
by Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1857 - 405 pages
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 25

Shipping - 1856
...speak the Esquimaux language intelligibly, but by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship or ships had been crushed by ice, and that they...shoot. From the appearance of the men — all of whom, except one officer, looked thin — they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions, and...
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The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 25

Norton Shaw - Geography - 1855
...the natives were led to believe the ship or ships had been crushed by ice, and th.it they were then going to where they expected to find deer to shoot....appearance of the men (all of whom, with the exception of one officer, were hauling on the drag- ropes of the sledge, and were looking thin) they were then supposed...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

Religion
...by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship, or ships, had been crushed by ice, and they were now going to where they expected to find deer to shoot. From tlie appearance of the men, all of whom, except one officer, looked thin, they were then supposed to...
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The Schoolmate, Volume 4

A. R. Phippen - Education - 1854
...natives were made to understand that their ships or ship had been crushed by ice, and that the ' whites' were now going to where they expected to find deer...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom, except one officer (chief), looked thin, they were then supposed to bo getting short of provisions,...
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The Guardian, Volume 5

Conduct of life - 1854
...natives were made to understand that their ships or ship had been crushed by ice, and that the " whites" were now going to where they expected to find deer...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom, except one officer, (chief,) looked thin, they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 96

Edmund Burke - History - 1855
...speak the Esquimaux language intelligibly; hut by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship, or ships, had been crushed by ice, and that...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom except one officer looked thin, they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions ; and they...
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The Franklin Expedition from First to Last

Richard King - Northwest Passage - 1855 - 224 pages
...but by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship, or ships, had been crushed by the ice, and that they were now going to where they expected...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom except one officer looked thin, they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions, and they...
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Hudson's Bay: or, A missionary tour in the territory of the Hon. Hudson's ...

John Ryerson - Missionaries - 1855 - 190 pages
...signs the natives were made to under stand that their ship, or ships, had been crushed by ice, and they were now going to where they expected to find...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom, except one officer, looked thin, they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions, and they...
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Winter evenings at home: a poem

Thomas Bell (of Barnwell, Northamptonshire.) - 1856 - 104 pages
...speak the Esquimaux language intelligibly, but by signs the natives were made to understand that their ship or ships had been crushed by ice, and that they...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom, except one officer, looked thin, they were then supposed to be getting short of provisions, and they...
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Appletons' cyclopædia of biography: embracing a series of original memoirs ...

Elihu Rich, Lambert Lilly, Francis Lister Hawks - Biography - 1856 - 1058 pages
...signs the natives were made to understand that their ships had been crushed by ice, and that the whites were now going to where they expected to find deer...shoot. From the appearance of the men, all of whom, except one chief olBcer, looked thin, they were supposed to be getting short of provisions, and they...
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