Bulletin, Volume 63

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 - America
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Page 64 - Affecting Narrative of the Unfortunate Voyage and Catastrophe of His Majesty's Ship Wager.
Page 70 - The Narrative of the Honourable John Byron (commodore in a late expedition round the world) containing an account of the great distresses suffered by himself and his companions on the coasts of Patagonia, from the year 1740, till their arrival in England, 1746. With a description of St. Jago de Chili, and the manners and customs of the inhabitants. Also, a relation of the loss of the Wager man of war, one of Admiral Anson's squadron.
Page 95 - Recent exploring expeditions to the Pacific, and the South Seas, under the American, English, and French governments. London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1853. viii, 508 p.
Page 64 - Betagh, William. A voyage round the world. Being an account of a remarkable enterprize, begun in the year 1719, chiefly to cruise on the Spaniards in the great south ocean . . . London.
Page 108 - Beschryvinghe vande voyagie om den geheelen werelt cloot / ghedaen door Olivier van Noort van Utrecht . . . om te gaen door de strate Magellanes, etc., Rotterdam, [published in 1601 according to Muller, quoted by Sabin]; 2d[?]ed., ibid., 1602; abridged in Commelin, vol.
Page 128 - An account of a voyage round the world in the years MDCCLXVI, MDCCLXVII, and MDCCLXVIII by Samuel Wallis, Esq., commander of his Majesty's ship the Dolphin. In Hawkesworth, 1773, voL 1.
Page 138 - York said, in telling the story, " rain come down — snow come down — hail come down — wind blow — blow — very much blow. Very bad to kill man. Big man in woods no like it — he very angry.
Page 162 - ... people who must of necessity take the law into their own hands. The friends of the fighting parties intervene, both by persuasion and by force, to restore peace, but often the fight develops into a general melee. A murderer becomes an outcast, abandoned by all, and will sooner or later be killed. ' Among the Onas homicide is much more common, Mr. Lucas Bridges stating that " there are few Onas over 30 years of age who have not killed one of their own people in revenge ". The intrusion of white...
Page 139 - Alacalufan stock, believed in "an evil spirit, called Yaccy-ma, who they think is able to do all kinds of mischief, cause bad weather, famine, illness, etc. He is supposed to be like an immense black man.
Page 96 - Adventure" and "Beagle," etc. For the rest of the year, Corals and Zoology of the Voyage. Publication of the Zoology of the Voyage of HMS "Beagle,

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