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" Rupe, however, forced a way through those heavens too, and thus he continued to do until he reached the tenth heaven, and there he found the abode of Rehua. When Rehua saw a stranger approaching, he went forward and gave him the usual welcome, lamenting... "
Polynesian mythology and ancient traditional history of the New Zealand race ... - Page 51
by Sir George Grey - 1885 - 454 pages
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1856
...and cleanliness is not in all minds associated with the more blessed abode of the universe : — ' When they had each ended their lamentation, Rehua...made the fire burn up brightly, and brought hollow calahashes, all ready to have food placed in them, and laid them down before Rehua. All this time Rupe...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 31

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1856
...purity and cleanliness is not in all minds associated with the more blessed abode of the universe:— ' When they had each ended their lamentation, Rehua...ready for cooking food." The slaves soon made the fire hum up brightly, and brought hollow calabashes, all ready to have food placed in them, and laid them...
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Die heilige sage der Polynesier: kosmogonie und theogonie

Adolf Bastian - Cosmogony, Polynesian - 1881 - 302 pages
...reach them, the heavens above these are those, the boundaries of which were fixed by Tane." But Rupe forced a way up through those heavens, and got above...food was to come from, with which the calabashes, whioh the slaves had brought, were to be filled; but presently he observed that Rehua was slowly loosening...
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Die heilige sage der Polynesier: kosmogonie und theogonie

Adolf Bastian - Cosmogony, Polynesian - 1881 - 302 pages
...reach them, the heavens above these are those, the boundaries of which were fixed by Tane." But Rupe forced a way up through those heavens, and got above...was wondering whence the food was to come from, with whioh the calabashes, which the slaves had brought, were to be filled; but presently he observed that...
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Die heilige sage der Polynesier: kosmogonie und theogonie

Adolf Bastian - Cosmogony, Polynesian - 1881 - 302 pages
...reach them, the heavens above these are those, the boundaries of which were fixed by Tane." But Rupe forced a way up through those heavens, and got above...down before Rehua. All this time Rupe was wondering whencc the food was to come from , with which the calabashes, which the slavea had brought, were to...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volume 19

New Zealand Institute - Science - 1887
...prayers by which he enabled Eehua to guess who he was. " When they had each ended his lamentation, Eehua called to his servants, ' Light a fire, and get everything...have food placed in them, and laid them down before Eehua. All this time Rape was wondering whence the food was to come from with which the calabashes...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volume 19

New Zealand Institute - Science - 1887
...who he was. " When they had each ended his lamentation, Eehua called to his servants, ' Light a tire, and get everything ready for cooking food.' The slaves...have food placed in them, and laid them down before Eehua. All this time Kupe was wondering whence the food was to come from with which the calabashes...
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Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Volume 19

Science - 1887
...stranger was, but Eupe in his lament made use of prayers by which he enabled Eehua to guess who he was. cooking food.' The slaves soon made the fire burn...them, and laid them down before Rehua. All this time Eupe was wondering whence the food was to come from with which the calabashes which the slaves had...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 50

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1856
...parity and cleanliness is not in all miode associated with the more blessed abode of the universe : " When they had each ended their lamentation, Rehua called to his servants, 1 Light a fire, and get everything ready for cooking food.' The slaves soon made the fire burn up brightly,...
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