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Inventing Australia: Images and Identity, 1688-1980 - Page 3
by Richard White - 1981 - 205 pages
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A New Voyage Round the World, Volume 1

William Dampier - Buccaneers - 1699
...many Filh as makes them a plentiful Banquet ; and at other times they fcarce get everyone a tafte : but be it little or much that they get, every one has his part, as well the young and tender, the old and feeble, who are not able to go abroad, as the ftrong and lufty. When they have eaten they...
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A new voyage round the world. Vol. 1 [of Dampier's voyages.].

William Dampier - 1703 - 550 pages
...many Filh as makes them a plentiful Banquet ^ and at other times they fcarce get v svery one a tafte : But be it little or much that they get, every one has his part, as well the young and tender, the old and feeble, who are not able to go ibroad, as the ftrong and lufty. When they hare aten they...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 11

John Pinkerton - Africa - 1812
...many fiih as makes them a plentiful banquet, and at other times they fcarce get every one a tafte ; but be it little or much that they get every one has his part, as well the young and tender, the old and feeble, who are not able to go abroad, as the ftrong and lufty. When they have eaten they...
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The History of Australian Discovery and Colonisation, Part 1

Samuel Bennett - Australia - 1865 - 661 pages
...; and what Providence has bestowed on them they presently broil on the coals, and eat it in common. Sometimes they get as many fish as makes them a plentiful...be it little or much that they get, every one has Ms part, as well the young and tender, the old and feeble, who are not able to go abroad, as the strong...
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The History of Discovery in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand ..., Volume 1

William Howitt - Australia - 1865 - 461 pages
...; and what Providence has bestowed on them they presently broil on the coals, and eat it in common. Sometimes they get as many fish as makes them a plentiful banquet, sometimes they scarcely get every one a taste ; but little or much, each one, whether able to go out...
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The English Circumnavigators: The Most Remarkable Voyages Round the World by ...

David Laing Purves - Explorers - 1874 - 831 pages
...them, they presently broil on the coals, and eat'it in common. Sometimes they get as many fish as mako them a plentiful banquet ; and at other times they...the old and feeble, who are not able to go abroad, and the strong and lusty. When they have eaten, they lie down till the next low water, and then all...
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Heroes of Maritime Discovery; Or, Chapters in the History of Ocean Adventure ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - Discoveries in geography - 1882 - 287 pages
...— and share together. Sometimes they secure fish enough for a plentiful banquet, and at others " they scarce get every one a taste ; " but be it little or much that they get, every one has his part — the young and tender or old and feeble, as well as the strong and lusty. The repast at an end,...
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The Discovery of Australia

Albert Frederick Calvert - Australia - 1893 - 91 pages
...return, and what Providence has bestowed on them they presently broil on the coals and eat it in common. Sometimes they get as many fish as makes them a plentiful banquet, sometimes they scarcely get everyone a taste ; but little or much each one, whether able to go out...
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Myth, Ritual and Religion, Volume 1

Andrew Lang - Myth - 1899 - 719 pages
...evolve his ethics ? "Be it little or be it much they get," says Dampier about the Australians in 1688, " every one has his part, as well the young and tender as the old and feeble, who are not able to get abroad as the strong and lusty." This conduct reverses the cosmical process, and notoriously civilised...
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Publications, Volume 44

Folklore Society (Great Britain) - Folklore - 1899
...lands. I refer Mr. Hartland to what Dampier says : " Be it little or be it much they get, everyone has his part, as well the young and tender as the old and feeble, who are not able to go abroad." Compare Mr. Man on another very low race, the Andamanese : " Every care and consideration are paid...
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