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" ... while others ridiculed the helpless situation of the boat, which was very deep in the water, and had so little room for those who were in her. As for Christian, he seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms,... "
Quellenstudie über Lord Byrons "The island".: Dissertationsschrift - Side 20
af Curt Lotze - 1902 - 48 sider
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Christina, the Maid of the South Seas: A Poem

Mary Russell Mitford - 1811 - 332 sider
...were in her. As for Christian, he seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. " I asked for arms, but they laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people iimong whom I was going, and therefore did not want them ; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into...
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(515 p.)

1812
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the boat after we were veered astern. The officers and men...
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Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern ..., Bind 1

Amasa Delano - 1817 - 598 sider
...were in her. As for Christian, he seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. " I asked for arms, but they laughed at me, and said...acquainted with the people among whom I was going, I therefore did not want them. Four cutlasses however were thrown into the boat, after we were veered...
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the ..., Bind 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...who were in her. As for Christian, he seemed meditating instant destruction on himself and every one. I asked for arms, but they laughed at me, and said, I was well acquainted with the people where I was going, and therefore did not want them ; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the...
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Dangerous Voyage of Captain Bligh, in an Open Boat, Over 1200 Leagues of the ...

William Bligh - 1820 - 180 sider
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going ; four tut lasses, however, were thrown into the boat after we were veered astern. The officers and...
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The Island: Or Christian and His Comrades

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1823 - 89 sider
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom \ was going; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the boat, after we were veered astern. The officers...
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The works of lord Byron, containing Werner, Heaven and earth, Morgante ...

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going ; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the boat, after we were veered astern. The officers and...
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The Dangerous Voyage Performed by Captain Bligh: With a Part of the Crew of ...

William Bligh - 1824 - 175 sider
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going ! four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the boat after we were veered astern. The officers and...
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The works of the rt. hon. lord Byron, Bind 6

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...seemed aa if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, hut the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going; tour cutlasses, however, were thrown into the hoat, after we were veered astern. The officers and men...
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The complete works of lord Byron with a biogr. and critical notice ..., Bind 5–6

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1825
...seemed as if meditating destruction on himself and every one else. I asked for arms, but the mutineers laughed at me, and said I was well acquainted with the people among whom I was going ; four cutlasses, however, were thrown into the boat, after we were veered astern. The officers and...
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