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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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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H. M. S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - 1831 - 356 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...Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and this, joined to some female connections, most probably occasioned the whole transaction. The...
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The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H. M. S. Bounty ...

Sir John Barrow - 1831 - 356 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 ? In answer to which 70 THE MUTINY. [Chap. III. I can only conjecture, that the mutineers had flattered themselves with...
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Werner. The deformed transformed. Heaven and earth. The island. Poems

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1831
...prospect of succi >s. 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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A Description of Pitcairn's Island and Its Inhabitants: With an Authentic ...

Sir John Barrow - 1832 - 303 sider
...being in perfect health, to establish which was ever among the principal objects of my attention. " It will very naturally be asked, What could be the...Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and this, joined to some female connexions, most probably occasioned the whole transaction. The ship,...
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Childe Harold's pilgrimage, The giaour, The siege of Corinth [and other poems].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1832
...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: Including His Suppressed Poems ..., Bind 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1832
...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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A narrative of the mutiny on board his majesty's ship Bounty

William Bligh - 1838
...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...themselves with the hopes of a more happy life among the Otaheiteans, than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and this, joined to some female connexions,...
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A history of the vegetable kingdom

William Rhind - 1841
...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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Voyages Round the World, from the Death of Captain Cook to the Present Time ...

Andrew Kippis - 1843 - 448 sider
...allusion has already been made. He concludes that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hope of a more happy life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and that this, joined to some female connexions, occasioned the miserable catastrophe. In proof of...
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A Description of Pitcairn's Island and Its Inhabitants: With an Authentic ...

Sir John Barrow - 1845 - 303 sider
...ever among the principal objects of my attention. " It will very naturally be asked, What could he the reason for such a revolt ? In answer to which...Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England ; and this, joined to some female connexions, most probably occasioned the whole transaction. The ship,...
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