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" This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject.... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 92
af William Mariner - 1817
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...which might arrive, and given to the care of the chief of Manfanga (the consecrated place formerly 241 took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded...information. He thought a little within himself ¡ but lus thoughts reflected no light upon the subject. At length he sent for Mr. Mariner, and desired him...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1817
...meet with the same fate as the Port au Prince, but, if possible, to make some of the chiefs pri. This mode of communicating sentiment was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow ; he took th« letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He thought a little within himself;...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1827
...fellows to wish to go back to their native country and friends. * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow ; he took the...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...This mode of communicating ectiments was an inexplicable puzz-if Finnw ; he took the letter again it: examined it, but it afforded him no information. He thought a little main himself; but his thoughts refleced no light upon the subject. At lensrli he sent for Mr Mariner,...
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The New Zealanders

George Lillie Craik - 1830 - 420 sider
...wished to return, if possible, to their native country. * * * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The New Zealanders

George Lillie Craik - 1830 - 424 sider
...wished to return, if possible, to their native country. * * * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1832
...native country. * * » * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finnow ; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself ; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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Crisis, and National Co-operative Trades' Union Gazette, Bind 1–2

1833
...of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Fi.now (the king of the Tonga Islands) ; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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Mental Culture; Or, The Means of Developing the Human Faculties

J. L. Levison - 1834 - 264 sider
...sentiments," says the writer, " was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow (the king of the Tonga Islands) ; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The Winter Evening Book

William Chambers - 1837 - 325 sider
...wished to return, if possible, to their native country. * * * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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