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" ... with which they are covered; from the house, therefore, the inhabitant steps immediately under the shade, which is the most delightful that can be imagined. It consists of groves of bread-fruit and cocoa-nuts, without underwood, which are intersected,... "
A general history and collection of voyages and travels, arranged in ... - Сторінка 12
автори: General history - 1814
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An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for ...

John Hawkesworth, Samuel Wallis, John Byron, Philip Carteret, Joseph Banks, James Cook - 1773
...than thefe walks. As there is no underwood, the made cools without impeding the air ; and the houfes, having no walls, receive the gale from whatever point it blows. I fhall now give a particular defcription of a houfe of a middling fize, from which, as the ftructure...
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Annual Register, Том 16

Edmund Burke - 1774
...than thefe walks. As there is no underwood, the made cools without impeding the air ; and the houfes, having no walls, receive the gale from whatever point it blows. I fhall now give a particular defcription of a houfe of a middling fize, from which, as the llrufture...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1793
...than, thefe walks. As there is no underwood, the fhade cools without impeding the air ; and the houu-s, having no walls, receive the gale from whatever point it blows. I f!i:ul now give a particular defcription of a houfe of a middling fize, from which, as the ftruuure...
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Annual Register, Том 16

1803
...underwood, which are intersected, in all directions, by the paths that lead from one house to another. Nothing can be more grateful than this shade in so...bigger, and those that are .less. The ground which it covers is an oblong square, four-and-twenty feet long, and eleven wide ; over this a roof is raised,...
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A General History of Voyages and Travels to the End of the 18th Century, Том 13

Robert Kerr - 1815
...supplanted them all. The children go quite naked ; the girls till they are three or four years old, and thç boys till they are six or seven. The houses, or rather...without impeding the air; and the houses, having no wails, receive ,tlie gale from whatever point it blows. I shall now give a particular description of...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Том 13

Robert Kerr - 1815
...imagined. It consists of groves of bread-fruit and cocoa-nuts, without underwood, which are ihtersected, in all directions, by the paths that lead from one...bigger, and those that are less. The ground which it covers is an oblong square, four and twenty feet long, and eleven wide ; over this a roof is raised,...
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged in ..., Том 13

Robert Kerr - 1824
...cleared for each house, than just sufficient to pre* vent the dropping of the branches from rolting the thatch with which they are covered ; from the...the shade cools without impeding the air; and the bouses, having no walls, receive the gale from whatever point it blows. I shall now give a particular...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...house to the otimer. Nothing can be more grateful than this shade in so warm a climate, nor anytlming more beautiful than these walks. As there is no underwood,...be formed both of those that are bigger and those thmat are less. The ground which it covers is an oblong square, four-and-twenty feet long, and eleven...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...house to the other. Nothing can be more grateful than this shade in so warm a climate, nor anything more beautiful than these walks. As there is no underwood,...whatever point it blows. I shall now give a particular deseription of a house of a middling size, from which, as the structure is universally the same, a...
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Cook's voyages of discovery, ed. by J. Barrow

James Cook - 1904
...house to the other. Nothing can be more grateful than this shade in so warm a climate, nor anything more beautiful than these walks. As there is no underwood,...walls, receive the gale from whatever point it blows. Of the many vegetables that have been mentioned already as serving them for food, the principal is...
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