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" for twenty-three weeks we had been treated with the utmost affection and regard, and which seemed to increase in proportion to our stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the events which followed more than sufficiently prove ; for to the... "
Polynesia: A History of the South Sea Islands, Including New Zealand ; with ... - Page 98
by Michael Russell - 1852 - 486 pages
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Christina, the maid of the South seas; a poem

Mary Russell Mitford - 1811
...proportion to our stay : that .we were not insensible to their kindness, the events which followed more than sufficiently prove; for to the friendly...have been completed in the most fortunate manner." — Captain Bligh's Voyage to the South Seas, pages 139, 14O, 141. NOTE 14. PAGE 76. " Where oft for...
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1812
...stay. That we were not insensible of their kindness, the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved ; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people, may be ascribed the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of our expedition, which there was every reason to believe...
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The Island: Or, Christian and His Comrades

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1823 - 94 pages
...stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people may be ascribed the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of our expedition, which there was every reason to believe...
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The dangerous voyage performed by Captain Bligh: with a part of the crew of ...

William Bligh - Voyages and travels - 1824 - 175 pages
...we were not insensible to their kindness, the events which followed more than sufficiently proves: for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these...people, may be ascribed the motives for that event whirh effected the ruin of an expedition, which, there was previously every reason to believe, would...
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The works of lord Byron, containing Werner, Heaven and earth, Morgante ...

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people may be ascribed the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of our expedition, which there was every reason to believe...
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The Life, Writings, Opinions, and Times of the Right Hon. George Gordon Noel ...

Poets, English - 1825 - 431 pages
...That they were not insensible to their kindness the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved ; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people may be ascribed the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of the expedition, which there was every reason to believe...
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The complete works of lord Byron with a biogr. and critical notice by J. W. Lake

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.), J W. Lake - 1825
...stay. That we were not insensible to I heir kindness, the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people may be *• ' 1 1 ii -i I the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of our expeditmu, which there...
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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H. M. S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1831 - 356 pages
...in proportion to our stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the events which followed more than sufficiently prove ; for to the friendly...been completed in the most fortunate manner.' The morning after their departure, they got sight of Huaheine ; and a double canoe soon coming alongside,...
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Werner. The deformed transformed. Heaven and earth. The island. Poems

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1831
...stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the succeeding circumstances sufficiently proved; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these people may be ascribed the motives inciting an event that effected the ruin of our expedition, which there was every reason to believe...
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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1831 - 356 pages
...in proportion to our stay. That we were not insensible to their kindness, the events which followed more than sufficiently prove ; for to the friendly and endearing behaviour of these Chap. II.] THE BREAD-FRUIT. 57 people, may be ascribed the motives for that event which effected the...
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