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" ... which had been gathered at Terra del Fuego. Of eatable vegetables there are but few ; our people, indeed, who had been long at sea, eat, with equal pleasure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind of cresses, which grew in great abundance upon all... "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - Page 208
1773
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Annual Register, Volume 16

Edmund Burke - 1774
...four hundred fpecies, that have hitherto been delcribed by any botanifts, or had been feen ellewhere during the courfe of this voyage, except about five...gathered at Terra del Fuego. Of eatable vegetables there nre but few ; our people, indeed, who had been long at fea, eat, with, equal plcafure and advantage,...
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An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present ..., Volume 2

1775 - 489 pages
...four hundred fpecies, that have hitherto been defcribed by any botanifts, or had been feen elfewhere during the courfe of this voyage, except about five or fix which had been gathered at Terra del. I uego. Of eatable vegetables there are but few; oqr people, indeed, who had been long at fea, eat...
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An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present ..., Volume 3

1785
...four hundred fpecies, that have hitherto been defcribed by any botanifts, or had been feen elfewhere during the courfe of this voyage, except about five...del Fuego. Of eatable vegetables there are but few j our people, indeed, who had been long at fea, eat, with equal pleafure and advantage, of wild ce3...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1793
...fpecies, that have hitherto been defcribed by any botanilb, of had been feen elfewhere during the courfeof this voyage, except about five or fix which had been...eatable vegetables there are but few; our people, ¡«deed, who had been long at fea, eat, with equal pleafure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind...
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Annual Register, Volume 16

1803
...any botanists, or had been seen elsewhere during the course of this voyage, except about five or six which had been gathered at Terra del Fuego. Of eatable...there are but few ; our people, indeed, who had been long at sea, eat, with equal pleasure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind of cresses, which grew...
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A General Collection of Voyages and Travels: Including the Most ..., Volume 1

William Fordyce Mavor - 1813
...elsewhere during the course of this royage, except about • five or sin which had been gathered off Terra del Fuego. Of eatable vegetables there are but few ; our people, indeed, who had been long at sea, eat, with equal pleasure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind of cresses, which grew...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...any botanists, or had been seen elsewhere during the course of this voyage, except about five or six which had been gathered at Terra del Fuego. Of eatable...there are but few ; our people, indeed, who had been long at sea, eat, with equal pleasure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind of cresses, which grew...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...seen elsewhere during time course of this voyage, except about five or six which had been gatimered at Terra del Fuego. Of eatable vegetables there are but few; our people, indeed, who had been long at sea, eat, with equal pleasure and advantage, of wild celery, and a kind of cresses, which grew...
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