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Page 19 - ... him from death : whereat the Emperour was contented he should live to make him hatchets, and her bells, beads, and copper ; for they thought him as well of all occupations as themselves. For the King himselfe will make his owne robes, shooes, bowes, arrowes, pots ; plant, hunt, or doe any thing so well as the rest. They say he bore a pleasant shew, But sure his heart was sad. For who can pleasant be, and rest, That lives in feare and dread. And having life suspected, doth It still suspected lead.
Page 19 - Towell to dry them : having feasted him after their best barbarous manner they could, a long consultation was held, but the conclusion was, two great stones were brought before Powhatan : then as many as could layd hands on him, dragged him to them, and thereon laid his head, and being ready with their clubs, to beate out his braines, Pocahontas the Kings dearest daughter, when no intreaty could prevaile, got his head in her armes, and laid her owne upon his to save him from death...
Page 19 - Pocahontas the Kings dearest daughter, when no intreaty could prevaile, got his head in her armes, and laid her owne upon his to save him from death: whereat the Emperour was contented he should live to make him hatchets, and her 18.
Page 7 - The re-issue of Purchas His Pilgrimes is in some ways a greater boon to scholars than the reprint of Hakluyt himself.
Page 10 - Counter-Rats." 113. CORY AT (Thomas). — Coryats Crudities hastily gobled up in five Moneths trauells in France, Sauoy, Italy, Rhetia comonly called the Grisons country, Heluetia alias Switzerland, some parts of high Germany, and the Netherlands ; Newly digested in the hungry aire of Odcombe in the County of Somerset, & now dispersed to the nourishment of the trauelling Members of this Kingdome (this title is on an engraved frontispiece, by W.
Page 5 - Related to the World. Some left written by Mr. Hakluyt at his death, more since added, His also perused, and perfected, all examined, abbreviated, Illustrated with Notes, enlarged with Discourses, adorned with pictures, and Expressed in Mapps, in fower Parts, each containing five Bookes.
Page 12 - The history of Japan ; giving An Account of the ancient and present State and Government of that Empire; of Its...
Page 10 - Pinnace, and in the same Pinnace put himselfe, and his honorable son Lord William Howard, aboord the Honor de la mer, & there remained in the fight till the battell was ended. The fight was very terrible on all sides and so continued doubtfull till about one or two of the clocke in the afternoone : about which time the Philip, whom in very truth, they had all most fancie unto, began to yeelde, and give over, her men that remained alive shifting for themselves as they were able, and swimming and running...