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" victuals sufficient prosperously. 27 Item the names of the people of every Island, are to be taken in writing, with the commodities, and incommodities of the same, their natures, qualities, and dispositions, the site of the same, and what things they... "
The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English ... - Page 226
by Richard Hakluyt - 1907
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The Remarkable Life, Adventures and Discoveries of Sebastian Cabot, of ...

James Fawckner Nicholls - 1869 - 190 pages
...for the voyage, at the charge of the companie." " 27 item. The names of the people of every ifland are to be taken in writing, with the commodities and incommodities of the fame; their natures, qualities, and difpofitions, the fite of the fame, and what things they are moft...
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The Remarkable Life, Adventures and Discoveries of Sebastian Cabot, of ...

James Fawckner Nicholls - 1869 - 190 pages
...|nr|i.nri| fur tin.- voyage, at the charge of the " 27 item. The names of the people of every ifland are to be taken in writing, with the commodities and incommodities of the dime ; their natures, qualities, and difpofitions, the fite of the fame, and what things they are moft...
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History of Merchant Shipping and Ancient Commerce, Volume 2

William Schaw Lindsay - 1874
...required to record the " names of the people of every island, with the commodities and incominodities of the same, their natures, qualities, and dispositions,...the same, and what things they are most desirous of, and what commodities they will most willingly part with, and what mettals they have in hils, mountains,...
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Shore and Sea; Or, Stories of Great Vikings and Sea-captains

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1883 - 348 pages
...shown in his instructions relative to the treatment of the strange nations they might meet with :— "The names of the people of every island are to be...the same, and what things they are most desirous of, and what commodities they will most willingly depart with, and what metals they have in hils, mountains,...
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Learning to Divide the World: Education at Empire's End

John Willinsky - 1998 - 304 pages
.... If the person may be made drunk with your beer, or wine, you shall know the secret of his heart. The names of the people of every island, are to be taken in writing, which the commodities of the same, their natures, qualities, and dispositions, what commodities they...
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Cosmographical Glasses: Geographic Discourse, Gender, and Elizabethan Fiction

Constance Caroline Relihan - 2004 - 148 pages
...travelers may lure indigenous peoples to examine the "commodities" they carry for sale and states that the names of the people of every island, are to be taken in writing, with the commodities of the same, their natures, qualities, and dispositions, what commodities they will most willingly...
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The United Service Magazine, Part 1

1832
...cardes, astrolabes, and other instruments prepared for the voyage, at the charge of the companie." " 27. Item, the names of the people of every island,...the same, and what things they are most desirous of, and what commodities they will most willingly depart with, and what mettais they have in hils, mountains,...
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