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" This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject.... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 92
af William Mariner - 1817
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The Ohio School Journal, Bind 1–4

1846
...their native country. * * * This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finnow; he took the letter again and examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light on the subject....
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Fourth Reader: For Common Schools and Academies

Henry Mandeville - 1851 - 264 sider
...nevertheless wished to return, if possible, to their native country. 6 This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow : he took the letter again and examined 1 it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself, but his...
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The Standard Third Reader for Public and Private Schools ...

Epes Sargent - 1857 - 216 sider
...nevertheless wished to return, if possible, to their native country. 4. This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow. He took the letter...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The wild man at home: or, Pictures of life in savage lands

James Greenwood (journalist.) - 1878
...was. very natural for these poor fellows to wish to go back to their native country and friends. This mode of communicating sentiment was an inexplicable...letter again and examined it, but it afforded him noinformation. He thought a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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The Wild Man at Home, Or, Pictures of Life in Savage Lands

James Greenwood - 1879 - 418 sider
...was. very natural for these poor fellows to wish to go back to their native country and friends. This mode of communicating sentiment was an inexplicable...and examined it, but it afforded him no information. Ho thought a little within himself, but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject. At length...
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Exploration and Exchange: A South Seas Anthology, 1680-1900

Jonathan Lamb, Vanessa Smith, Nicholas Thomas - 2000 - 359 sider
...fellows to wish to go back to their native country and friends. 5 This mode of communicating sentiments was an inexplicable puzzle to Finow; he took the letter...examined it, but it afforded him no information. He considered the matter a little within himself; but his thoughts reflected no light upon the subject....
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