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" ... surprised at finding it perforated. He then by signs and gestures seemed to ask if the pistol would make a hole through him, and on being made sensible that it would, he showed not the smallest signs of fear ; on the contrary, he endeavoured, as we... "
Tales of Old Travel - Página 325
por Henry Kingsley - 1869 - 368 páginas
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Tales of old travels, re-narrated

Henry Kingsley - 1869
...wommera, or throwing-stick, which some say is only a corruption of boomerang\. Besides these, some few had shields made of the bark of the cork tree, of...superiority of our arms, notwithstanding this show of indifference, as they, on all occasions, have discovered a dislike to a musket ; and so very soon...
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Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, Volumen1

John White - 2004 - 299 páginas
...he applied to his breaft, and by ftaggering, and a fhow of falling, feemed to wifh us to underftand that the force and effecT: of them was mortal, and not to be refifted. However, I am well convinced that they know and dread the fuperiority of our arms, notwithftanding...
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