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" A sickness and famine occasioned such havock among the English that, by the setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. That winter, 1720, some of the Esquimaux took up their abode on the opposite side of the harbour to that on... "
A Chronological History of Voyages Into the Arctic Regions: Undertaken ... - Página 272
por John Barrow - 1818 - 427 páginas
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Naufragia Or Historical Memoirs of Shipwrecks and of the Providential ...

James Stanier Clarke - 1805
...there is now lying a great quantity of Oak Chips, which have been most assuredly made by Carpenters. Sickness, and Famine, occasioned such havock among...twenty. That Winter, 1720, some of the Esquimaux took op their abode on the opposite side of the Harbour, to that on which the English had built their *...
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The History of Maritime and Inland Discovery, Volumen2

William Desborough Cooley - 1830
...busily employed, but about what they could not easily describe ; probably in lengthening the long boat, for at a little distance from the house there was...carpenters. " A sickness and famine occasioned such havock * Account of the Countries adjoining Hudaon's Bar. By Arthur Dobbs. Esq. among the English, that by...
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The Last Voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross, R.N. to the Arctic Regions: For the ...

1835 - 760 páginas
...busily employed, but about what they could not easily describe ; probably in lengthening the long boat, for at a little distance from the house, there was...occasioned such havock among the English, that by setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. That winter, 1720, some of the...
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The Last Voyage of Capt. Sir John Ross R.N. Knt. to the Arctic Regions: For ...

Robert Huish - 1836 - 716 páginas
...busily employed, but about what they could not easily describe ; probably in lengthening the long boat, for at a little distance from the house, there was...occasioned such havock among the English, that by setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. That winter, 1720, some of the...
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Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions

P.L. Simmonds - 1852
...from birds alone when wintering at Port Leopold. Sickness and famine occasioned such havoc among them that by the setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. Some of the Esquimaux took up their abode at this period on the opposite side of the harbor, and supplied...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1857 - 517 páginas
...number of sailors much reduced, and very unhealthy. Sickness and famine occasioned such havoc among them that by the setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. Some of the Esquimaux took up their abode at this period on the opposite side of the harbor, and supplied...
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The Arctic regions. To which is added, the recovery of the Resolute. With ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860
...number of sailors much reduced, and very unhealthy. Sickness and famine occasioned such havoc among them that by the setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. Some of the Esquimaux took up their abode at this period on the opposite side of the harbour, and supplied...
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The Arctic Regions, and Polar Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860 - 294 páginas
...of sailors much reduced, and very unhealthy. Sickness and famine occasioned such havoc among them. that by the setting in of the second winter, their number was reduced to twenty. Some of the Esquimaux took up their abode at this period on the opposite side of the harbour, and supplied...
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The Heroes of the Arctic and Their Adventures

Frederick Whymper - 1875 - 302 páginas
...number at that time seeming to be about fifty. As soon as the ice permitted, 60 Starvation and Death. in the following summer, 1720, the Esquimaux paid...havock among the English that, by the setting in of the seoond winter, their number was reduced to twenty. That winter, 1720, some of the Esquimaux took up...
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The sea: its stirring story of adventure, peril & heroism. [4 vols., publ ...

Frederick Whymper - 1877
...busily employed, but about what they could not easily describe, probably in lengthening the long boat, for at a little distance from the house there was...carpenters. A sickness and famine occasioned such havoc among the English that by the setting in of the second winter their number was reduced to twenty....
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