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" ... land productive of weeds, and opened untimely graves for departed heroes! Our chiefs can now no longer enjoy the sweet pleasure of wandering alone by moonlight in search of their mistresses: but let us banish sorrow from our hearts: since we are at... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean - Side 243
af William Mariner - 1827
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1817
...let us banish sorrow from our hearts : since we are at war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art....time, for to-morrow perhaps or the next day we may • A kind of dance performed by torch.light. . die. We will dress ourselves with' chi caola, and put...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art. I/et us therefore enjoy the present time, for to-morrow,...next day, we may die. We will dress ourselves with M coola, anil put bands of white toppa round our waists : we will plait thick wreaths of jiulf for...
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The Eclectic Review, Bind 8;Bind 26

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1817
...aci like the natives of Feejee, who first taught us this destructive art. Let us therefore enjoy ihr present time, for to-morrow perhaps, or the next day, we may die.' The descant is indeed ;»ked out with poor stuff, just on the level of the condition of the people...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1827
...we are at war, we must think and act * A kind of dance performed by torch-light. . like the natires of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art. Let us therefore enjoy the present time, for lo-morrow perhaps, or the next day, we may die. We will dress ourselves with chi coola, and put bands...
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An introduction to the study of national music

Carl Engel - 1866
...banish sorrow from our hearts, since we are at war we must think and act like the natives of Fejee, who first taught us this destructive art. Let us therefore...next day, we may die. We will dress ourselves with the chi coola, and put bands of white tappa round our waisls. We will plait thick wreaths of jidle...
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An Introduction to the Study of National Music: Comprising Researches Into ...

Carl Engel - 1866 - 435 sider
...present time, for to-morrow, perhaps, or the next day, we may die. We will dress ourselves with the chi coola, and put bands of white tappa round our waists. We will plait thick wreaths of jidle for our heads, and prepare strings of hooni for our necks, that their whiteness may show off...
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Zur naturwissenschaftlichen Behandlungsweise der Psychologie durch und für ...

Adolf Bastian - 1883 - 230 sider
...but let us banish sorrow from our hearts: since we are at war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art. Let us therefore enjoy the present lime, for to-morrow perhaps or the next day we may die. We will dress ourselves with chi-coola, and...
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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - 1899 - 851 sider
...let us banish sorrow from our hearts : since we are at war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art....dress ourselves with chi coola, and put bands of white tuppa round our waists ; we will plait thick wreaths of jnile for our heads, and prepare strings of...
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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - 1899 - 851 sider
...let us banish sorrow from our hearts : since we are at war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art....for to-morrow perhaps or the next day we may die. We wilJ dress ourselves with clii cooln, and put bauds of white tuppa round our waists ; we will plait...
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Selections from the Poetry of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1900 - 412 sider
...let us banish sorrow from our hearts : since we are at war, we must think and act like the natives of Fiji, who first taught us this destructive art....dress ourselves with chi coola, and put bands of white tdppa round our waists. We will plait thick wreaths oljiali for our heads, and prepare strings of hooni...
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