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" of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where but here. The natives told us that there is plenty of this fruit growing on the rest of the Ladrone Islands ; and I did never hear of it anywhere else. "
Jack Adams, the mutineer - Page 23
by Frederick Chamier - 1853 - 198 pages
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A new voyage round the world. Vol. 1 [of Dampier's voyages.].

William Dampier - 1703 - 550 pages
...in the Year; during which time the Natives eat no other fort of food of Bread-kind. I did never fee of this Fruit any where but here. The Natives told...that there is plenty of this Fruit growing on the reft of the Ladrone Iflands $ and I did never hear of any of it any where elfe. They have here fome...
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Christina, the maid of the South seas; a poem

Mary Russell Mitford - 1811
...fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during which the natives eat no other sort of food of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where...of the Ladrone islands; and I did never hear of it any where else."—Dampier's Voyage round the World, vol. \, page 296. NOTE 3. PAGE 64. In Otaheite's...
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Adventures of British Seamen in the Southern Ocean: Displaying the Striking ...

Hugh Murray - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1827 - 353 pages
...months in the year, during which the natives eat no otlter sort of food of bread kind, I did never eee of this fruit any where but here. The natives told...fruit growing on the rest of the Ladrone islands; and / did never hear of it any where else. " In the narrative of Lord Anson's voyage, this tree is described...
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A description and history of vegetable substances used in the arts, and in ...

Botany, Economic - 1829 - 422 pages
...stale. This fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during which the natives eat no other sort of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where...Islands ; and I did never hear of it anywhere else." The scientific men who accompanied Captain Cook in his voyages, came home with the most enthusiastic...
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A description and history of vegetable substances, used in the arts, and in ...

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain). - Botany, Economic - 1830 - 422 pages
...stale. This fruit lasts in season eight mo/it/is in the year, during which the natives eat no other sort of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where...Islands ; and I did never hear of it anywhere else." The scientific men who accompanied Captain Cook in his voyages, came home with the most enthusiastic...
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The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster

Edinburgh encyclopaedia - 1830
...stale. This fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during whicLthe native« eat no other sort of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where...us, that there is plenty of this fruit growing on tin- rest of the Ladrone Island« ; and I did never hear of it any where else." The most satisfactory...
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Four Years' Residence in the West Indies

Frederic William Naylor Bayley - West Indies, British - 1830 - 693 pages
...fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during which time the natives eat no other sort of food of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where but here (Guam). The natives told us that there was plenty of this fruit growing in the rest of the Ladrone...
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Four years' residence in the West Indies

Frederic William Naylor Bayley - Slavery - 1830 - 693 pages
...fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during which time the natives eat no other sort of food of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where but here (Guam). The natives told us that there was plenty of this fruit growing in the rest of the Ladrone...
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Four Years' Residence in the West Indies: During the Years 1826, 7, 8, and 9

Frederic William Naylor Bayley - Hurricanes - 1833 - 742 pages
...fruit lasts in season eight months in the year, during which time the natives eat no other sort of food of bread kind. I did never see of this fruit any where but here (Guam). The natives told us that there was plenty of this fruit growing in the rest of the Ladrone...
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The gardeners dictionary, Volume 1

Philip Miller - 1835
...natives eat no other sort of food of bread kind. I did never see this fruit any where but here ; but the natives told us, that there is plenty of this fruit growing on the rest of the Ladrone Islands." This account was published in 1697. Above forty years afterwards, Commodore Anson, in visiting the...
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