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" They appear to live in the utmost harmony and friendship with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their tender and constant attention to them ; and the men would often lend .their assistance in those domestic offices, with a... "
Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ... - Page 265
by William Fordyce Mavor - 1796
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 58

English literature - 1784
...of the Otaheitana, and the diftant gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly Illands. They appear to live in the utmoft harmony and friendfhip...a willingnefs that does credit to their feelings. 'It muft, however, be obfefved, that they fall very Ihort of the other iflanders, in that beft teft...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 58

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1784
...difpofition ; equally remote from the extreme levity and ficklencfs of the Otahertans, and the diftant gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly...Iflands. They appear to live in the utmoft harmony and friendmip with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their tender and conftant...
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The New London Magazine, Volume 2

...difpofition ; equally remote from the extreme levity and ficklenefs of the Otaheiteans, and the diftant gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly...attention to them ; and the men would often lend their afliftance in thofe domeftic offices, with a willingnefs that docs credit to their feelings. " It mufl,...
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Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge

1786
...difpofition ; equally remote from the extreme levity and fkklenefs of the Otaheiteanx, and the diftant gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly...Iflands. They appear to live in the utmoft harmony a*d friendftiip with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their tender and...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

Edmund Burke - History - 1787
...difpofition ; equally remote from the extreme levity and ficklenefs of the Otaheiteans, and the diftant gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly...Iflands. They appear to. live in the utmoft harmony and • Viz. in the dtath of Captain Cook. friendflii hip friendlliip with, one another. The women, who...
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A New, Authentic Collection of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World ...

Voyages around the world - 1790 - 628 pages
...of the inhabitants of the Friendly Jflands. They appear to live in the utraoft harmony U uu and and friendfhip with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their iender and i oniLim attention to them ; and the men would often lend their affiltance in thofe .domeftic...
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Annual Register, Volume 27

History - 1800
...friendlhip with one another. The women, who had children, were re. roarkable for their tender and conihrit attention to them ; and the men would often lend their affiftance in thofe domeftic offices, with a willingncfs that does credit to their feelings. It muft, however, be obferved, that they fall very...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...difpofition ; equally remote from the extreme levity and ficklcmfs of the Otaheiteans, and the Jilbnt gravity and referve of the inhabitants of the Friendly Iflands. They appear to live in the utmoll harmony and Viz. in the death of Captain Cook. friend (hip friendfhip with one another. The...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th ..., Volume 17

Robert Kerr - 1816
...of the inhabitants of the Friendly Islands. They appear to live in the utmost harmony and friendship with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their tender and contant attention to them ; and the men would often lend their assistance in those domestic offices,...
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The Three Voyages of Captain James Cook Around the World, Volume 7

James Cook - Oceania - 1821
...of the inhabitants of the Friendly Islands. They appear to live in the utmost harmony and friendship with one another. The women, who had children, were remarkable for their tender and constant attention to them ; and the men would often lend .their assistance in those domestic offices,...
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