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" ... that they could lay hold of; and pressed so thick upon him that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. But this unhappy circumstance I did not know till after we had left the island ; so that all my measures were directed as if nothing... "
Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ... - Page 139
by William Fordyce Mavor - 1796
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A New, Authentic Collection of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World ...

Voyages around the world - 1790 - 628 pages
...to the boats in great numbers, attempted to take away the oars, mufkets, and, in fhort, e\ery thing they could lay hold of; and preffed fo thick ]upon...directed, as if nothing of the kind had happened. Mr. Williamfon told me, that after the man fell, his countrymen took him up, carried him otf, and then...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 16

Robert Kerr - 1815
...take away the oars, musqaets, and, in short, every thing that they could lay hold of, and pressed so thick upon him, that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. But this unhappy circumstance 1 One can scarcely help smiling at the mode Dr Kippis uses to express his abhorrence of...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged in ...

Robert Kerr - Explorers - 1824
..."take away the oars, musquets, and, in short, every thing that they could lay hold of, and pressed so thick upon him, that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. But this unhappy circumstance 1 One can scarcely help smiling at the mode Dr Kippis uses to express his abhorrence of...
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A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World: Performed by Captain ..., Volume 2

Andrew Kippis - Voyages around the world - 1826
...their endeavours to seize upon the oars, muskets, and, in short, every thing they could lay hold of, that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. This unhappy circumstance was not known to Captain Cook till after he had left the island; so that...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - Voyages and travels - 1842
...take away the oars, muskets, and, in short, everything that they could lay hold of; and pressed so thick upon him that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. But this unhappy circumstance I did not know till after we had left the island ; so that all my measures were directed...
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A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World

Andrew Kippis - Voyages around the world - 1853
...their endeavours to seize upon the oars, muskets, and, in §hort every thing they could lay hold of, that he was obliged to fire, by which, one man was killed. This unhappy circumstance was not known to Captain Cook till after he had left the island ; so that...
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The English Circumnavigators: The Most Remarkable Voyages Round the World by ...

David Laing Purves - Explorers - 1874 - 831 pages
...to tnke away the oars, muskets, and in short everything that they could lay hold of, and pressed so thick upon him that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. But this unhappy circumstance I did not know till after we had left the island, so that all my measures were directed...
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Captain Cook's Three Voyages Round the World: With a Sketch of His Life

James Cook - Explorers - 1880 - 512 pages
...to take away the oars, muskets, and in short everything that they could lay hold of, and pressed so thick upon him that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. This unhappy circumstance I did not know till after we had left the island, so that all my measures...
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A Brief History of the Hawaiian People

William De Witt Alexander - Hawaii - 1891 - 341 pages
...thick upon him, trying to take away the oars, muskets, and every thing else they could lay hold of, that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed." Landing at Waimea. — The ships soon afterward anchored in Waimea Bay, and between three and four...
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The Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopędia of Universal Authorship ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - Literature - 1893
...their endeavors to seize 11 pon the oars, muskets, and. in short, everything they could lay hold of, that he was obliged to fire, by which one man was killed. This unhappy circumstance was not known to Captain Cook till after he had left the island ; so that...
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