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" Ah! Dampier, you would have made them but a poor meal;" for I was as lean as the captain was lusty and fleshy. "
The Dictionary of National Biography - Page 2
by Sir Sidney Lee - 1888
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A new voyage round the world. Vol. 1 [of Dampier's voyages.].

William Dampier - 1703
...after our arrival 184 they anchor at Guam. .' ivzl!it Guam, Ah! Dampier, you would bai made toem but a poor Meal ^ for I was as lean as the Captain was lufty and flefhy. The Wind was at ENE: and the Land bore at NNE therefore we flood to the Northward,...
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The English Circumnavigators: The Most Remarkable Voyages Round the World by ...

David Laing Purves - Explorers - 1874 - 831 pages
...him, all of us who were accessory in promoting the undertaking this voyage. This made Captain Swan Bay to me after our arrival at Guam, "Ah! Dampier, you...I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. The wind was at ENE. and the land bore NNE. ; therefore wo stood to the northward till we brought the...
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William Dampier

William Clark Russell - Buccaneers - 1889 - 192 pages
...when the Victuals was gone, and after him all of us who wero accessary in promoting the undertaking of this Voyage. This made Captain Swan say to me after...was as Lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy." Dampier's chapters are now wholly made up of description. He is copious in his accounts of tho natives,...
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WILLIAM DAMPIER

W. CLARK RUSSELL - 1889
...This made Captain Swan say to me after our arrival at Guam, Ah t Dampier, you would have made them hit a poor Meal, for I was as Lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy." Dampier's chapters are now wholly made t1p of description. He is copious in his accounts of the natives,...
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The Tatler, Volume 2

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - English essays - 1898
...nearly exhausted. " The men had contrived first to kill Captain Swan and eat him when the victuals were gone, and after him all of us who were accessory in...was as lean as the captain was lusty and fleshy." eat ; and (I speak it with shame) I am afraid, gentlemen, I should poison you." This speech had a good...
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: explorations by early navigators ...

Emma Helen Blair, James Alexander Robertson - Demarcation line of Alexander VI. - 1906
...arrival at Guam, 118 The latitude of the island of Guam is 13 27' North and its longitude 145 East. Ah \ Dampier, you would have made them but a poor...I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. The Wind was at ENE and the Land bore at NNE therefore we stood to the Northward, till we brought the...
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The Useful Plants of the Island of Guam, Volume 9

William Edwin Safford - Botany, Economic - 1905 - 416 pages
...Voyage. This made Captain fiu:un say to me after our arrival at Guam, Ah! Dampier, you irould hate made them but a poor Meal; for I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. "Cowley's voyage, in Dampier's Voyages, vol. 4, 1729. I' A new Voyage Round the World, by Capt. William...
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Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Volume 9

Botany - 1905
...Captain 8mm say to me after our arrival at Guam, Ah.' Dampier, you would have made them but a poor ^feal; for I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. "Cowley's voyage, in Dampier's Voyages, vol. 4, 1729. ''A new Voyage Round the World, by Capt. William...
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: explorations by early navigators ...

James Alexander Robertson - Demarcation line of Alexander VI. - 1906
...arrival at Guam, '"The latitude of the island of Guam is 13 27' North and its longitude 145 East. Ah\ Dampier, you would have made them but a poor Meal]...I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. The Wind was at ENE and the Land bore at NNE therefore we stood to the Northward, till we brought the...
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The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: explorations by early ..., Volume 38

Edward Gaylord Bourne - Demarcation line of Alexander VI. - 1906
...118 The latitude of the island of Guam is 13 27' North and its longitude 145 East. Ah 1 Dampicr, you would have made them but a poor Meal; for I was as lean as the Captain was lusty and fleshy. The Wind was at ENE and the Land bore at NNE therefore we stood to the Northward, till we brought the...
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