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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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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and ..., Bind 13,Oplag 112 –Bind 15,Oplag 135

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1846
...the ship, for which purpose he got into the boat; but with many threats they obliged him to retum. The armourer, Joseph Coleman, and two of the carpenters,...asked, What could be the reason for such a revolt 1 In answer to which, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with the hopes...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Embracing His Suppressed Poems, and a Sketch of His ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1854 - 1071 sider
...prospect of success It will naturally be asked, what could l с 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 ainnng the Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England, which, joined...
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fireside reading travel and adventure comprising some of the most striking ...

rev d w clark d d - 1856
...hands, the m-ost able men of the ship's company. Having little or no wind, we rowed pretty fast toward Tofoa, which bore north-east about ten leagues from...Otaheitans than they could possibly enjoy in England; and this, joined to some female connections, most probably occasioned the whole transaction. The women...
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Chambers's miscellany of instructive & entertaining tracts, Bind 5

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1869
...was removed from me. He then attempted to leave the ship, for which purpose he got into the boat ; but with many threats they obliged him to return....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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Chambers's Miscellany of Instructive & Entertaining Tracts, Bind 5–6

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1869
...was removed from me. He then attempted to leave the ship, for which purpose he got into the boat ; but with many threats they obliged him to return....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 book of adventure and peril

Charles Bruce (writer of tales.) - 1875
...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 connections,...
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The Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty

Sir John Barrow - 1876 - 392 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...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 this,...
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Episodes of the sea in former days, records of suffering and saving

Episodes - 1880 - 256 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 revolt ? In answer to which, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with...
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The eventful history of the mutiny and piratical seizure of H.M.S. Bounty ...

sir John Barrow (bart.) - 1883
...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...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 this,...
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Stories of the sea in former days, narratives of wreck and rescue

Stories - 1885 - 256 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 revolt? In answer to which, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had flattered themselves with...
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