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" ... strongly marking to us, that till now they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities except iron, which, however, it was plain they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity brought to them... "
The Wonders of Nature and Art, Or, A Concise Account of Whatever is Most ... - Σελίδα 83
των Thomas Smith - 1806
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...about every thing they faw, and ftrongly marking to us, tljat, 'ti'l now, they had never been vifiteJ by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron ; which, however, it was plain they had only heard of, or had known it in fome fmall quantity, brought...

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...about every thing they faw, and ftrongly marking to us, that, till now, they had never been vifited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron ; which, however, it was plain, they had only heard of, or Lad known it in fome fmall quantity, brought...

The Wonders of Nature and Art: Or, A Concise Account of Whatever ..., Τόμος 11

Thomas Smith - 1804
...Mrongly proved to us, that they bad never till the present time been visited by Europeans, nor beea acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron...." In the end, they rejected them as of no use, and refined a looking-glass for the same reason. In their behaviour they were naturally polite, or at least...

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Robert Kerr - 1815
...entire ignorance about every thing they saw, and strongly marking to us, that, till now, they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron ; which, however, it was plain, they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity, brought...

A general history and collection of voyages and travels ..., Τεύχη 30-32

General history - 1814
...entire ignorance about every thing they saw, and strongly marking to us, that, till now, they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron ; which, however, it was plain, they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity, brought...

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Robert Kerr - 1824
...entire ignorance about every thing they saw, and strongly marking to us, that, till now, they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron; which, however, it was plain, they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity, brought...

The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...entire ignorance about everything they saw, and strongly marking to us, that till now they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities except iron, which, however, it was plain they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity brought...

The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...ignorance about everything they saw, and strongly marking to us, that till now they had never bcen visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities except iron, which, however, it was plain they had only heard of, or had known it in some small quantity brought...

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...expressing their entire ignorance about everything they saw, and denoting that, till now, they had never been visited by Europeans, nor been acquainted with any of our commodities, except iron, which, however, it was plain they had only heard of. They seemed only to understand that it was a substance...




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