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" ... that had been seen both by the writer and reader, and which should be mutually understood by them ; but Mr Mariner immediately informed him, that he could write down any thing that he had never seen. "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 126
af William Mariner - 1817
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1827 - 2 sider
...The king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo (the king of Tonga, whom he and Toobo N iiha had assassinated many years before Mr Mariner's arrival)....done, and the other read it ; when Finow was yet more astmiish!':!. He then desired him to write " Tarky," ( the chief of the garrison of Bea, whom Mr Mariner...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1832
...: the king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo, the king of Tonga, whom he and Toobo Nuba had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival....was accordingly done, and the other read it ; when Finnow was yet more astonished, and declared it to be the most wonderful thing he had ever heard of....
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Crisis, and National Co-operative Trades' Union Gazette, Bind 1–2

1833
...The king directly whispered to him to put downTooga Ahoo, the king of Tonga, whom he and Tooba Nuha had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival....other read it; when Finow was yet more astonished. He then desired him to write " Tarky," the chief of the garrison at Bea, whom Mr. Mariner and his companions...
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The Ohio School Journal, Bind 1–4

1846
...OHIO SCHOOL JOURNAL. whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo, the king of Tonga, whom he and Tooho Nuba had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival....was accordingly done, and the other read it; when Finnow was yet more astonished, and declared it to be the most wonderful thing he had ever heard of....
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Curiosities of Savage Life, Bind 1

James Greenwood (the novelist.) - 1863
...he had never seen ; the king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo (the king of Tonga whom he had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival)....wonderful thing he had ever heard of. He then desired mm to write iarKy ^ne cmei 01 me garnson 01 uea, wnom air. Mariner and his companions had not yet seen)...
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Curiosities of Savage Life

James Greenwood - 1863 - 418 sider
...he had never seen ; the king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo (the king of Tonga whom he had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival)....Finow was yet more astonished, and declared it to bo the most wonderful thing he had ever heard of. He then 231 desired him to write Tarky (the chief...
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The wild man at home: or, Pictures of life in savage lands

James Greenwood (journalist.) - 1878
...he had never seen ; the king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo (the king of Tonga whom he had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival)....be the most wonderful thing he had ever heard' of. Ho thea "TARKY BLIND OF AN EYE.' 231 desired him to -write Tarky (the chief of the garrison of Bea,...
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The Wild Man at Home, Or, Pictures of Life in Savage Lands

James Greenwood - 1879 - 418 sider
...he had never seen ; the king directly whispered to him to put Toogoo Ahoo (the king of Tonga whom he had assassinated many years before Mr. Mariner's arrival)....most wonderful thing he had ever heard of. He then, "TARKY BLIND OK AN EYE.' 231 desired him to write Tarky (the chief of the garrison of Bea, whom Mr....
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The London Magazine, Bind 19

1827
...put Toogoo Air LI (the king of Tonga, whom he and Toobo Nuha had assassinated many years before Sir. Mariner's arrival). This was accordingly done, and...other read it ; when Finow was yet more astonished. He then desired him to write " Tarky," (the chief of the garrison at Bea, whom Mr. Mariner and his...
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