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" A farther proof that human nature is here untainted with disease, is the great number of old men that we saw, many of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepit, and though not equal to the young... "
An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty ... - Seite 263
von John Byron, Samuel Wallis, Philip Carteret, James Cook, Joseph Banks, Constantine John Phipps Baron Mulgrave - 1775
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...is the great number of old men timat we saw, many of whom, by time loss of their imair and teethm, appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepit; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength:, were not a whit belmind them in cheerfulness and vivacity. CHAPTER X.'—OP THE...
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No. 1- no. 50

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1842
...nature is here untainted with disease, is the great number of old men we saw ; many of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepid ; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness...
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1843
...¡great number of old men that we saw, many be termed the work of human, and not of of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepit j and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness...
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Lectures on Temperance, Band 20

Eliphalet Nott, Alonzo Potter - 1857 - 341 Seiten
...wounds heal, and a still further, is the great number of old men we saw ; many of whom by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none were decrepit ; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them...
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New Zealand and Its Colonization

William Swainson - 1859 - 416 Seiten
...nature is untainted with disease, is the great number of old men that we saw, many of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient,...were decrepit; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness and vivacity." Even in 1814 we find...
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Lectures on Biblical Temperance

Eliphalet Nott - 1863 - 268 Seiten
...wounds heal, and a still further, is the great number of old men we saw ; many of whom, by tho loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none wero decrepit; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them...
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Cook's voyages of discovery, ed. by J. Barrow

James Cook - 1904
...uninterrupted health. A proof of this is the great number of old men that we saw, many of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepit ; aud though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness...
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The Fortnightly, Band 6;Band 12

1869
...here untainted with disease, is the great number of old men that we saw, many of whom, by the loss of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient,...were decrepit, and though not equal to the' young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness and vivacity." — (" Cook's First Voyage,"...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent Persons Who Have Flourished in Great Britain ...

Andrew Kippis
...untainted with difcafc in New Zealand, is the great number of old men with whom it abounds. Many of them, by the lofs of their hair and teeth, appeared to be very ancient, and yet none of them were deerepid. Although they were not equal to the young in mufcular ftrength,...
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The Paleo Diet for Athletes

Joe Friel, Loren Cordain - 2005 - 300 Seiten
...proof that human nature is here untainted with disease is the great number of old men that we saw . . . appeared to be very ancient, yet none of them were decrepit; and though not equal to the young in muscular strength, were not a whit behind them in cheerfulness and vivacity. Another common counterargument...
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