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" ... either from facts or circumstances, I shall leave those to find out who advanced it. In every part of New Zealand where I have been, fish was in such plenty, that the natives generally caught as much as served both themselves and us. They have also... "
Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land ... - עמוד 148
מאת William Henry Breton - 1835 - 420 דפים
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A general history and collection of voyages and travels, arranged in ...

General history - 1815
...natives generally caught as much as served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs ; nor is there any want of wild fowl, which they know very...neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can, in my opinion, be the reason. But, whatever it may he, J think it was but too evident, that they have...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th Century, כרך 14

Robert Kerr - 1815
...natives generally caught as much as served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs ; nor is there any want of wild fowl, which they know very...neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can, in my opinion, be the reason. But, whatever it may lie, I think it was but too evident, that they have...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, כרך 14

Robert Kerr - 1815
...natives generally caught as much as served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs; nor is there any want of wild fowl, which they know very...neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can, in my opinion, be the reason. But, whatever it may \ie, I think it was but too evident, that they have...
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The three voyages of Captain James Cook around the world

James Cook - 1821
...as served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs ; nor is there any want of wildfowl, which they know very well how to kill. So that neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can in my opinion be the reason. But whatever it may be, I think it was but too evident that they have...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged in ..., כרך 14

Robert Kerr - 1824
...natives generally caught as much as served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs; nor is there any want of wild fowl, which they know very...neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can, in my opinion, be the reason. But, whatever it may he, I think it was but too evident, that they have...
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Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Dieman's Land ...

William Henry Breton - 1833
...furnishing to the victors a plentiful though horrible banquet. All voyagers unite in believing those people to be anthropophagi, but they have not been...fern root, the natives have abundance of" potatoes, mai/e, and pork, they would eat human flesh from preference. " Human flesh," remarks one of our best...
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Excursons in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land ...

William Henry Breton - 1834 - 420 דפים
...a plentiful though horrible banquet. All voyagers unite in believing these people to 150 CANNIBALS. be anthropophagi, but they have not been proved to...reason. If such was Cook's opinion sixty years since, CANNIBALS. 151 it is not likely that at the present time, when in addition to fish and fern root, the...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook, כרך 1

James Cook - 1842
...served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs ; nor is there any want of wild-fowl, which they know very well how to kill. So that neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can in my opinion be the reason. But whatever it may be, I think it was but too evident that they have...
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Cook's voyages of discovery, ed. by J. Barrow

James Cook - 1904
...served both themselves and us. They have also plenty of dogs ; nor is there any want of wild-fowl, which they know very well how to kill. So that neither this, nor the want of food of any kind, can in my opinion be the reason. But whatever it may be, I think it was but too evident that they have...
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