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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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Quellenstudie über Lord Byrons "The island".: Dissertationsschrift

Curt Lotze - 1902 - 48 sider
...was two thirds completed, and the remaining part, to all appearance, in a very promising way 9 ) .... It will very naturally be asked, what could be the reason for such a revolte? In answer to which I can only conjecture, that the mutineers had flattered themselves with...
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The Life of Sir Joseph Banks: President of the Royal Society, with Some ...

Edward Smith - 1911 - 348 sider
...conjecture that the Pirates (among whom is poor Nelson's assistant) have ideally assured themselves of a more happy life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly have in England ; which, joined to some female connections, has most likely been the leading cause...
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The Life of Sir Joseph Banks: President of the Royal Society, with Some ...

Edward Smith - 1911 - 348 sider
...conjecture that the Pirates (among whom is poor Nelson's assistant) have ideally assured themselves of a more happy life among the Otaheitans than they could possibly have in England ; which, joined to some female connections, has most likely been the leading cause...
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Great Sea Stories

Joseph Lewis French - 1921 - 332 sider
...that they 'had no hand in the transaction. After having undergone a great deal of ridicule, and having been kept some time to make sport for these unfeeling...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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Great Sea Stories

Joseph Lewis French - 1921 - 332 sider
...eighteen persons with me in the boat. There remained on board the Bounty twenty-five hands, the mosi able men of the ship's company. Having little or no...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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Young England, Bind 6

...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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Mr Bligh's Bad Language: Passion, Power and Theater on H. M. Armed Vessel Bounty

Greg Dening, Gregory Moore Dening - 1992 - 445 sider
...Cause, but here it is equally certain that no cause could justify such an effect — It however may very naturally be asked what could be the reason for...revolt, in answer to which I can only conjecture that they have Idealy assured themselves of a more happy life among the Otaheitians than they could possibly...
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The Bounty Mutiny

William Bligh, Edward Christian - 2001 - 254 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...which, I can only conjecture that the mutineers had assured themselves of a more happy life among the Otaheiteans, than they could possibly have in England;...
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Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

Michael Shermer - 2005 - 296 sider
...Cause, but here it is equally certain that no cause could justify such an effect — It however may very naturally be asked what could be the reason for...revolt, in answer to which I can only conjecture that they have Idealy assured themselves of a more happy life among the Otaheitians than they could possibly...
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The Nautical Magazine, Bind 39

1870
...motives for the mutiny. Thus, in page 09, we read as follows : — " It will very naturally be ticked what could be the reason for such a revolt ? In answer to which (wyn Lieutenant Bhgh mo-t innnctntfy in this journal) I can only conjecture, that the mutineers had...
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