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" Caubvick sat down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from their's ; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their relations and friends again. "
The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany - Page 331
1794
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The Monthly Review

1794
...near the water-fide, and Caubvick fat down a few paces behiud me. We waited for the landing of ihe Indians with feelings very different from their's...their boats, they brought them to their anchors at a diflance off, and the men came in their kyacks, each bringing two other pcrfons, lying flat on their...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 94

1794
...paces beliind me. We waited for the landing of the Ind-ans with feelings very different from theirs ; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their rotations and friends again. As the fhore would not permit them to land out of their boats, they brought...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1794
...in the words of the author : • I placed myfelf upon a rock near the water-fide, and Caubviclc fat down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of thi Indians with feelings very different from their's ; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy...
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The Monthly Review

1794
...difappointment in the Words of the author: ' I placed myfelf upon a rock near the water-fide, and Caubvick fat down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of ihe Indians with feelings very different from their's; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy...
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Enquiries Historical and Moral: Respecting the Character of Nations, and the ...

Hugh Murray - Civilization - 1808 - 424 pages
...that I cannot forbear quoting it. " I placed myself on a rock' near the water side, and Caubvick sat down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from theirs; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy, at the thoughts of. immediately meeting their...
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Researches Into the History of the British Dog: From Ancient Laws ..., Volume 1

George Richard Jesse - Dogs - 1866 - 424 pages
...to come hither till this morning. "I placed myself upon a rock near the water-side, and Caubvick sat down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from theirs, who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their relations...
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Captain Cartwright and His Labrador Journal

George Cartwright - Frontier and pioneer life - 1911 - 385 pages
...paces behind me. We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from theirs; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the...meeting their relations and friends again. As the shore would not permit them to land out of their boats, they brought them to their anchors at a distance...
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Captain Cartwright and His Labarador Journal

George Cartwright - Frontier and pioneer life - 1911 - 385 pages
...to come hither till this morning. I placed myself upon a rock near the water-side, and Caubvick sat down a few paces behind me. "We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from theirs; who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their relations...
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Transatlantic Encounters: American Indians in Britain, 1500-1776

Alden T. Vaughan, Professor of History Alden T Vaughan - History - 2006 - 337 pages
...gathered to welcome their compatriots home, "hurrying along," Cartwright wrote with wrenching sadness, "with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their relations and friends again." "[P]erceiving only Caubvick and myself, their joy abated," and when Cartwright silently shook his head...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 7

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1793
...recourfe to the author's own words. ' I placed myfelf upon a rock under the water fide, and Caubvick fet down a few paces behind me. We waited for the landing of the Indians with feelings very different from theirs : who were hurrying along with tumultuous joy at the thoughts of immediately meeting their relations...
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