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" ... other on a large stage towards the sea, supported likewise by posts in rather deeper water than those that support the tenement. On this stage the canoes are hauled up ; and from this the boats are ready for a launch at any time of tide, if the Haraforas*... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 264
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1779
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A Voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas, from Balambangan: Including an ...

Thomas Forrest - Magindanao language - 1780 - 411 pages
...ftage the January- ' ' * - — - ' canoes are hauled up; and from this the boats are ready for a lanch, at any time of tide, if the Haraforas attack from...on each fide. A few yards from this fea ftage, if I may fo call it, are built, in ftill deeper water, and on ftronger pofts, houfes where only batchelors...
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history of the indian arcipelago

john crawfurd - 1820
...ready for a launch, at any time of tide, if the Haraforas attack from the land ; if they attack by sea, the Papuas take to the woods. The married people, unmarried women, and children, live in these large tenements, which, as I have sajd, have two doors; the one to the long narrow stage that...
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The History of Australian Discovery and Colonisation, Part 1

Samuel Bennett - Australia - 1865 - 661 pages
...ready for a launch, at any time of tide, if the Haraforas attack from the land ; if thoy attack by sea, the Papuas take to the woods. The married people, unmarried women, and children, live in these large tenements, which, as I have said, have two doors ; the one to the long narrow stage that...
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The Fifth Continent, with the Adjacent Islands: Being an Account of ...

Charles Henry Eden - Australia - 1877 - 316 pages
...ready for a launch at any time of tide, if the Haraforas* attack from the land ; if they attack by sea, the Papuas take to the woods. The married people, unmarried women and children, live in these large tenements, which, as I have said, have two doors, the one to the long narrow stage that...
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