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Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society - Page 57
by Edward Delmar Morgan, Charles Henry Coote, Anthony Jenkinson - 1886
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of ..., Issue 2

Richard Hakluyt - Discoveries in geography - 1903
...walled about with earth : the buildings and houses (except it be the captaines lodging, and certaine other gentlemens) most base and simple. The Island...of wood and pasture, and the 'ground will beare no corne : the aire is there most infected, by reason (as I suppose) of much fish, and specially Sturgion,...
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The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of ..., Volume 2

Richard Hakluyt - Voyages and travels - 1903
...walled about with earth : the buildings and houses (except it be the captaines lodging, and certaine other gentlemens) most base and simple. The Island...of wood and pasture, and the -ground will beare no corne : the aire is there most infected, by reason (as I suppose) of much fish, and specially Sturgion,...
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Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the ...

Samuel Purchas - Voyages and travels - 1906
...Houses (except it be the Captaines Lodging, and certaine other Gentlemens) most base & simple. The Hand is most destitute and barren of wood and pasture, and the ground will beare no Corne : the Aire is there most infected, by reason (as I suppose) of much fish, and specially Sturgeon,...
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A geographical dictionary of Milton

Allan H. Gilbert - Names, Geographical - 1919 - 322 pages
...houses, except it be the captaines lodging, and certaine other gentlemens, most base and simple. The Hand is most destitute and barren of wood and pasture, and the ground will beare no corne. The aire is there most infected, by reason, as I suppose, of much fish, and specially Sturgion,...
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