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" ... the seeds of all mischief, have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country they have rather superfluity than scarceness; so that they seem to live in the golden world, without toil, living in open gardens; not... "
The Port Folio - Página 391
1827
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volumen1

Washington Irving - 1828 - 399 páginas
...St. Doming. L. 1. One of the most pleasing descriptions of the inhabitants of this island is given by old Peter Martyr, who gathered it, as he says, from...have no place with them. They are content with so little, 'that in so large a country they have rather superfluity than scarceness ; so that they seem...
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A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volumen1

Washington Irving - 1828 - 490 páginas
...Charlevoix, Hisl. St Doming., 1. i. 1 Letter of Columbus to Luis de St Angel, Navarrete, t. ', p. 167. Martyr, who gathered it, as he says, from the conversations...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country they have rather superfluity than scarceness; so that they seem...
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The Hope of Israel: Presumptive Evidence that the Aborigines of the Western ...

Barbara Anne Simon - 1829 - 328 páginas
...Island is given by old Peter Martyr, who gathered it he says, of the Admiral himself. ' It is certain that the land among these people, is as common as...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country they have rather superfluity than scarceness, so that they seem...
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Washington Irving - 1829 - 311 páginas
...philosophers have fondly pictured as the most enviable on earth. " It is certain,' eays old Peter Martyr, " that the land among these people is as common as the...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that, in so large a country, they have rather superfluity than scarceness ; so that they seem...
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The Dublin Literary Gazette, Or Weekly Chronicle of Criticism, Belles ...

1830
...philosophers have fondly pictured as the most enviable on earth. " It is certain," says old Peter Martyr, " that the land among these people is as common as the...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that, in so large a country, they have rather superfluity than scarceness ; so that they seem...
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The History of South America, from the Discovery of the New World by ...

William Grimshaw - 1830 - 252 páginas
...in articles of food."—" It is certain," observes a cotemporary historian,* " that the land amongst these people is as common as the sun and water; and...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that, in so large a country, they have rather superfluity than scarceness; so that they seem...
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The West India Sketch Book ...

Trelawney Wentworth - 1834
...totally distinct in habits and language from the Caribs. " It is certain," says he, " that the laud among these people is as common as the sun and water,...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country o2 they have rather superfluity than scarceness; so that they seem...
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The West India Sketch Book, Volumen1

Trelawney Wentworth - 1835
...and contentment of these people : a race totally distinct in habits and language from the Caribs. " It is certain," says he, " that the land among these...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country o2 they have rather superfluity than scarceness; so that tKey seem...
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History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Volumen1

Washington Irving - 1835
...of provisions."! One of the most pleasing descriptions of the inhabitants of this island is given by old Peter Martyr, who gathered it, as he says, from...land among these people is as common as the sun and waterjTind that 'mine and thine,' the seeds of all mischief, have,no place with them. They are content...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volumen13

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1828
...provisions.' " One of the most pleasing descriptions of the inhabitants of this island is given, by old Peter Martyr, who gathered it, as he says, from...have no place with them. They are content with so little, that in so large a country they have rather superfluity than scarceness ; eo that they seem...
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