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" that we were welcome! and whatever he could show us would give him pleasure : that he had ordered huts to be built for us in the town; and that we might then go, accompanied by one of his people, to see them; and that when we were recovered from the fatigue... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Page 390
1825
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 44

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, William Empson, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1826
...inquired " what was our object in coming ? " We answered, " to see the country merely, and to giva an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance;...might then go, accompanied by one of his people, to see them ; and that when we were recovered from the fatigue of our long journey, he would be happy...
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Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central ..., Volume 1

Dixon Denham, Hugh Clapperton, Walter Oudney - Africa, Central - 1826 - 413 pages
...it, he inquired " what was our object in coming ?" We answered " to see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...might then go, accompanied by one of his people, to see them ; and that when we were recovered from the fatigue of our long journey, he would be happy...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., Volume 10

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1826
...it, he inquired, ' What was our object in coming ?' We answered, ' To see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...was, ' That we were welcome ! and whatever he could shew us would give him pleasure ; that he had ordered huts to be built for us in the town ; and that...
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The African Repository, Volume 2

African Americans - 1827
...it, he enquire'! ' -what was our object in coming r' "We answered, 'to seethe country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance,...he had ordered huts to be built for us in the town 5 that we might then go, accompanied bv one of his people, to see them; and that when we were recovered...
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Narrative of travels and discoveries in northern and central ..., Volume 1

Dixon Denham - 1828
...it, he inquired " what was our object in coming ?" We answered " to see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...might then go, accompanied by one of his people, to see them ; and that when we were recovered from the fatigue of our long journey, he would be happy...
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A Popular Description of Africa: Geographical, Historical, and Topographical

Josiah Conder - Africa - 1830
...it, he inquired ' what was our object in coming ? ' We answered : ' To see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...was, ' that we were welcome ; and whatever he could shew us would give him pleasure ; that he had ordered huts to be built for us in the town ; and that...
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The Travels of Richard and John Lander, Into the Interior of Africa: For the ...

Robert Huish - 1836 - 782 pages
...it, he inquired, "What was our object in coming ?" They answered, " to see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...; as our sultan was desirous of knowing every part oi the globe." His reply was, " that we were welcome, and whatever he could show us would give him...
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Lights and Shadows of African History, Volume 10

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Africa - 1844 - 336 pages
...read, and inquired what was their object in coming. They answered, " To see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance,...was desirous of knowing every part of the globe." The Sheik replied, that they were welcome, and whatever he could show them would give him pleasure....
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Church missionary intelligencer

1850
...read it, he inquired what was our object in coming. We answered, to see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance...we might then go, accompanied by one of his people, and see them ; and that when we were recovered from the fatigue of our long journey, he would be happy...
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The Home and Foreign Record of the Presbyterian Church in the ..., Volume 1

1850
...had read it, he inquired what was our object n coming. We answered, to see the country merely, and to give an account of its inhabitants, produce, and appearance;...welcome; and whatever he could show us would give him ileasure; that he had ordered huts to be built or us in the town ; and that we might then go, accompanied...
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