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" Cook's person was in any danger, otherwise he would have detained the prince, which no doubt would have been a great check on the Indians. One man was... "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Pagina 199
1787
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The Guide to Knowledge, Volume 4

William Pinnock - 1836
...was in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again ; for even at that time Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger ; otherwise he would have detained the prince, which no doubt would have been...
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A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World Performed by Captain James Cook ...

Andrew Kippis - 1838 - 224 pagina’s
...was in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again ; for even at that time Mr, Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger : otherwise he would have detained the prince, which, no doubt, would have...
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A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World

Andrew Kippis - 1853
...wj^ in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again ; for even at that time, Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger: otherwise he would have detained the prince, which, no doubt, would have...
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The Marvellous Wonders of the Polar World...

Herman Dieck - 1885 - 727 pagina’s
...was in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again ; for even at that time, Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger, otherwise he would have detained the prince, which, no doubt, would have...
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Hawaiian Historical Society Reprints, Volumes 1-5

1791
...was in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again; for even at that time, Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger : otherwise he would have detained the prince, which, no doubt, would have...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent Persons Who Have Flourished in Great Britain ...

Andrew Kippis
...w-rc in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the hrfl fir,ng, was, at his own entreaty, put on 1hore again ; for even at that time, Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Ciptain Co k,s perfon was in any danger: otherw.fe he would have detained the Prince, which, no J.ubt,...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 48

1786
...fecure af iiV embarkation for his fmall par* ty, which was clofely prefled by a body of feveral thoufand people. Keowa, the King's fon, who was in the pinnace,...hearing the firft firing, was, at his own entreaty, pat on (hort again ; for even at that time Mr Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain...
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The universal anthology, a collection of the best literature ..., Volume 19

Richard Garnett - 1899
...was in the pinnace, being alarmed on hearing the first firing, was, at his own entreaty, put on shore again; for even at that time Mr. Roberts, who commanded her, did not apprehend that Captain Cook's person was in any danger: otherwise he would have detained the prince, which, no doubt, vvould have...
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