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" ... as the cause of diseases, and in omens, prevailed universally. Mariner tells a story of a woman of rank who was greatly attached to King Finow, and who for the space of six months after his death scarcely ever slept elsewhere than on his grave, which... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 438
af William Mariner - 1817
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 2

William Mariner - 1817
...this fattfcful юоогьег «earoely errer slept but on his grave, watering it with her tear«, and disturbing the silence of the night with her sighs. One day »be went, with the deepest affliction, to tbe boose of Mo-oonga Toobo, tbe widow of tbe deceased chief,...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1818
...with flowers planted by her own hand, and< with the utmost solicitude, keeping in order the fytoca where lay the body of her deceased friend. For the...she went, with the deepest affliction, to the house ofMo-oonga Toob6, the widow of the deceased chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoca...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean

William Mariner - 1820 - 461 sider
...decorating with flowers planted by her own hand, and, with the utmost solicitude keeping in order the fytoca where lay the body of her deceased friend. For the...chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoca during several nights, and which caused her the greatest anxiety. She related that she had...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1827
...with flowers planted by her own hand, and with the utmost solicitude [keeping in order, the fytoca where lay the body of her deceased friend. For the...silence of the night with her sighs. One day she went to the house of Mo-oonga Toobo, widow of the deceased chief, to communicate what had happened to her...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 2

William Mariner - 1827
...with flowers planted by her own hand, and with the utmost solicitude [keeping in order, the fytoca where lay the body of her deceased friend. For the...silence of the night with her sighs. One day she went to the house of Mo-oonga Toobo, widow of the deceased chief, to communicate what had happened to her...
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The Nineteenth Century, Bind 19

1886
...scarcely ever slept elsewhere than on his grave, which she kept carefully decorated with flowers :— One day she went, with the deepest affliction, to...chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoca [grave] during several nights, and which caused her the greatest anxiety. She related that...
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Essays Upon Some Controverted Questions

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1892 - 625 sider
...scarcely ever slept elsewhere than on his grave, which she kept carefully decorated with flowers :— One day she went, with the deepest affliction, to the house of Mo-oonga Toob6, the widow of the deceased chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoca [grave]...
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Collected Essays: Science and Hebrew tradition

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894
...scarcely ever slept elsewhere than on his grave, which she kept carefully decorated with flowers:— One day she went, with the deepest affliction, to the house of Mo-oonga Toob6, the widow of the deceased chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoca [grave]...
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Collected Essays, Bind 4

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...scarcely ever slept elsewhere than on his grave, which she kept carefully decorated with flowers : — One day she went, with the deepest affliction, to...chief, to communicate what had happened to her at the fytoea [grave] during several nights, and which caused her the greatest anxiety. She related that...
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Women of All Nations: A Record of Their Characteristics, Habits ..., Bind 1

Thomas Athol Joyce, Northcote Whitridge Thomas - 1908 - 772 sider
...Another woman at her husband's death " for six months scarcely ever slept but on his grave, washing it with her tears, and disturbing the silence of the night with her sighs." Louis Becke records the pathetic romance of the girl of Niue (Savage Island), whose lover died while...
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