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" ... that is, within the compass of a quarter of a mile; drawn together, for the most part, by mere curiosity. It is with regret I mention, that we could not understand what was spoken, while we were able to see what was acted in these amusements. This,... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 314
af William Mariner - 1817 - 872 sider
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels ..., Oplag 30–32

General history - 1814
...the most part, by mere curiosity. It is with regret I mention, that we could not understand >v!int was spoken, while we were able to see what was acted,...would have afforded: us much information, as to the genius and customs of these people. It wai observable, that, though the spectators always approved...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 2

William Mariner - 1817
...belong to the chorus, by Ma" reeu agee himself, at the entrance of his hut*. " It is M ith regret I mention that we could "not understand what was spoken,...great accomplishment, and never practised by the lower orders: it must also be observed, that whenever among the dancers there are principal chiefs, as, no...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Bind 15

Robert Kerr - 1824
...a quarter of a mile; drawn together, for the most part, by mere curiosity* ;• It is with regret I mention, that we could not understand what was spoken,...would have afforded us much information, as to the genius and customs of these people. It was observable, that, though the spectators always approved...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...compass of a quarter of a mile; drawn together, for the most part, by mere curiosity. It is with regret I mention, that we could not understand what was spoken,...would have afforded us much information as to the genius and customs of these people. It was observable, that, though the spectators always approved...
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