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" You have long ago heard of our pleasant Situation ; but the Storm is blown over. Was it not very agreeable to hear every Day, of their cutting, carving, boiling and eating our Companions ? To see every Day dead Bodies floating down the River, mangled... "
Outing: Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction - Σελίδα 25
1907
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