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" Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were drawn to that part of the beach where the prisoners were, by the most doleful cries and lamentations. Here was the interesting young slave in a situation that ought to have... "
Asiatic Journal - Página 159
1824
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volumen14

1824
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...unfeeling. "The man who had slain her father, having cut oil his head, and preserved it by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where...
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Journal of a Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand

Richard Alexander Cruise - 1823 - 321 páginas
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...her father, having cut off his head, and preserved it,by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where it had hitherto been concealed,...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volumen21

1823
...witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing toreturn to the ship, we were drawn to that part of the beach...father, having cut off his head, and preserved it by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where it had hitherto been concealed,...
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The Literary Examiner: Consisting of The Indicator, a Review of Books, and ...

Leigh Hunt - 1823 - 412 páginas
...in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, wa were drawn to that part of the beach where the prisoners...father, having cut off his head, and preserved it by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where it had hitherto been concealed,...
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The Religious Miscellany: Containing Information Relative to the ..., Volumen2

1823
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighborhood of Tippoona until evening; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...where the prisoners were, by the most doleful cries & lamentations. Here was the interesting young slave in a situation that ought to have softened the...
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Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...father, having cut off his head, and preserved it by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where it had hitherto been concealed,...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1824
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...interesting young slave in a situation that ought ta have softened the hearof the most unfeeling. " The man who had slain her father, having cut off...
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Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Volumen1

1824
...extraordinary scenes that we witnessed detained us in the neighbourhood of Tippoona until evening ; and, as we were preparing to return to the ship, we were...part of the beach where the prisoners were, by the must doleful cries and lamentations. Here was the interesting young slave in a situation that ought...
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The Monthly critical gazette, Volumen1

1824
...W,e give the following extract at random as a proof of the New Zealander's ferocious atrocity : — " As we were preparing to return to the ship, we were drawn to that part of the beech whe/e the prisoners were, by the most doleful cries and lamentations. Here was an interesting...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen31

Sir John Taylor Coleridge, William Gifford, Whitwell Elwin, John Gibson Lockhart, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1825
...what took place ; it is highly characteristic of the brutal and ferocious conduct of these savages. ' The man who had slain her father, having cut off his head, and preserved it by a process peculiar to these islanders, took it out of a basket where it had hitherto been, concealed,...
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