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" I ?" and then without stopping for any attempt at an explanation, he impatiently ordered Mr. Mariner to write something else, and thus employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean - Side 113
af William Mariner - 1827
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1824
...employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded...read by the other, not a little to the confusion of some of the ladies present; but it was all taken in good-humour, for curiosity and astonishment were...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1817
...employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded...the confusion of one or other of the ladies present: but it was all taken in good humour, for curiosity and astonishment were the prevailing passions. How...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...things, and making the other man read them. This atíorded.extiaorcliuary diversion to Finow, and to a)l the men and women present, particularly as he now and then whispered a little love anecdote, which wasstrictly written down, and audibly read by t he other, not a little to the confusion of one or other...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. Thw afforded extraordinary diversion to Finow, and to...the confusion of one or other of the ladies present ; but it was all taken in good humour, for curiosity and astonishment were the prevailing passioti3....
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The Edinburgh annual register, Bind 10

1821
...employed him for three or four hours in putting» down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded...down, and audibly read- by the other, not a little t:i the confusion of one or other of the ladies present ; but it wat all taken in good humour, for...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded extraordinary diversion to Finow, and to ail the raen and women present, particularly as he now and then whispered a little love anecdote, which...
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The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1824
...the other man read them. This afforded extraordinary diver2l0 ACCOUNT OP MADEMOISELLE DE tAUNAY. sioh to Finow, and to all the men and women present, particularly...read by the other, not a little to the confusion of some of the ladies present; but it was all taken in good-humour, for curiosity and astonishment were...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Bind 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...employed him for three or four hoars in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded...the confusion of one or other of the ladies present ; bat it was all taken in 331 good humour, for curiosity and astonishment were the prevailing passions....
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The New Zealanders

George Lillie Craik - 1830 - 424 sider
...employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things, and making the other man read them. This afforded...the confusion of one or other of the ladies present ; but it was all taken in good humour, for curiosity and astonishment were the prevailing passions....
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1832
...employed him for three or four hours in putting down the names of different persons, places, and things', and making the other man read them. This afforded extraordinary diversion to Finnow, and to all the men and women present, particularly as he now and then whispered a little love...
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