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" French commodore had given his honour that he would not admit any of them on board, it cannot be thought he would take them. The convict, it is true, was a Frenchman, named Peter Paris,^ and it is possible, on that account, he might have been concealed... "
Tales of Old Travel - Página 331
por Henry Kingsley - 1869 - 368 páginas
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Tales of old travels, re-narrated

Henry Kingsley - 1869
...was laid out ; and after the cloth was removed many loyal and public toasts were drank. " %lh. — A party of the gentlemen of the garrison set out by...carried his great name most nobly to his unknown grave. •)• I doubt he had been coining, but had been recommended to mercy by a mixed jury. of ceremony...
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Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, Volumen1

John White - 2004 - 299 páginas
...take them. The February^ convict, it is true, was a. Frenchman, named Peter Paris, and it is poilible, on that account, he might have been concealed through pity, by his countrymen, and carried off tvithout the knowledge of the commanding officer. At the very time the party from hence were gone by...
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