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" It will very naturally be asked : What could be the reason for such a revolt? In answer to which I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hopes of a more happy life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy... "
The mutiny of the Bounty [abridged from W.Bligh's Narrative] and other ... - Side 28
af William Bligh - 1885
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Christina, the Maid of the South Seas: A Poem

Mary Russell Mitford - 1811 - 332 sider
...being in perfect health, to establish which was ever amongst the principal objects of my attention. " It will very naturally be asked, what could be the reason for such a revolt f In answer to which I can only conjecture, that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hopes...
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(515 p.)

1812
...prospect of success. It will naturally be asked, what could be the cause of s,uch a revolt ? In answer, I can only .conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hopes tof a ,happier j^fe among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; which, joined to...
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Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern ..., Bind 1

Amasa Delano - 1817 - 598 sider
...having entertained hopes that as professional men they would have become a credit to their country. "It will very naturally be asked, what could be the...themselves with the hopes of a more happy life among the Otuheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and this joined to some female connextons most...
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the ..., Bind 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...much emotion, " That, — captain Bligh, — that is the thing ; 1 am in hell — I am in hell." ' It will very naturally be asked, what could be the...which, I can only conjecture, that the mutineers had assured themselves of a more happylife among the Otaheiteans, than they could possibly have in England...
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The Island: Or Christian and His Comrades

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1823 - 89 sider
...prospect of success. It will naturally be asked, what could be the cause of such a revolt? In answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; which, joined...
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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
...prospect of success. It will naturally be asked, what could be the cause of such a revolt? lu answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; which, joined...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of lord Byron

George Clinton (biographer of Byron.) - 1825
...climate : ' It will naturally be asked,' he says, 'what could be the cause of such a revolt? In answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Oiaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; which, joined...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

George Clinton - 1828 - 756 sider
...climate: ' It will naturally be asked,' he sayi, 'what could he the cause of such a revolt? In answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Otahcitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; which, joined...
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A Description and History of Vegetable Substances Used in the Arts, and in ...

1829 - 422 sider
...voyage and mutiny, " It will naturally be asked what could be the cause of this revolt ? In answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England.'' Thus, after...
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A Description and History of Vegetable Substances: Used in the Arts ..., Bind 1

1830 - 422 sider
...voyage and mutiny, " It will naturally be asked what could be the cause of this revolt ? In answer, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a happier life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England." Thus, after...
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