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" Indians within a few days after his arrival took him prisoner, and tore him in pieces alive, throwing his body limb by limb into the fire, and his ashes into the air, that no trace or memory might remain of such an infamous, inhuman creature. "
The history of the buccaneers of America - Pągina 88
per Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin, Basil Ringrose, Ravenau de Lussan, ------ de Montauban, Oliver L. Perkins - 1853 - 484 pągines
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The History of the Bucaniers of America ...: Exhibiting a Particular Account ...

Alexander Olivier Exquemelin - 1771 - 360 pągines
...thinking to aft his cruelties; but the Indians, within a few days after his arrival, took him prr foner, and tore him in pieces alive, throwing his body limb by limb into the fire, and liis afb.es into the air, that no trace or memory might remain of fuch an infamous inhuman creature....
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The Continental Monthly, Volum 4

1863
...character, and, believing that no trace or memorial of such a wretch ought to remain upon earth, they tore him in pieces alive, throwing his body limb by limb into the fire, and afterward scattering his ashes to the winds. Fitting death for such a horrible monster ! But the career...
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine, Volums 45-46

1877
...cemmanding fleets and sacking cities, he at last fell into the hands of the Indiansof Darien, who " tore him in pieces alive, throwing his Body limb by...no trace or memory might remain of such an infamous human Creature." The first honors (?) of buccaneering were thus gained by French, Duteh and Portuguese,...
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The Living Age, Volum 90

1866
...abandonnd by his crew, he landed on the coast of Darien, and was taken prisoner by some Indians, who tore him in pieces alive, throwing his body limb by limb into the fire, and his ashes into the air. " Thus," ays the buccaneer Esquemeling, from whom we have chiefly taken the incidents above related,...
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The sea: its stirring story of adventure, peril & heroism. [4 vols., publ ...

Frederick Whymper - 1877
...savage Indians, by the neighbouring Spaniards, who never could civilise them. Hither Lolouois tame (brought by his evil conscience that cried for punishment),...One of his companions gave me an exact account of the tragedy, affirming that himself had escaped the same punishment with the greatest difficulty. He...
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Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours, Volum 24

1878
...commanding fleets und sacking cities, he at last fell into the hands of the Indians of Darien, who 11 limh into the fire, and his ashes into the air, that no trace nor memory might remain of such an infamous inhuman creature." The first honors (?) of huccaneering...
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The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volum 7

Hubert Howe Bancroft - 1883
...hebben, hadde hy sijn leven niet mot de vlucht gesalveert. ' His English translator says: 'The Indians. . .tore him in pieces alive, throwing his Body limb...might remain of such an infamous inhuman Creature.' Bucaniers of America, i. 77. The French edition adds that L'Olonnois was eaten by the Indians. Exquemelix,...
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Central America. 1882-87

Hubert Howe Bancroft - 1883
...hebbeu, badde hy sijn leveu nict met de vlucht gesalvcert.' His English translator says: 'The Indians.. .tore him in pieces alive, throwing his Body limb...into the Fire, and his Ashes into the Air, that no tracu or memory might remain of such an infamous inhuman Creature.' Jiucaiiiers of America, i. 77....
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The ocean wave: narratives of some of the greatest voyages, seamen [&c.].

Henry Stewart (M.A.) - 1883
...throwing bis body, limb by limh, into the fire, and his ashes into the air, to the intention no trace nor memory might remain of such an infamous, inhuman creature....One of his companions gave me an exact account of the tragedy, affirmingj witbal that he himself had escaped the same fate not without the greatest of...
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The Buccaneers and Marooners of America: Being an Account of the Famous ...

Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin - 1891 - 403 pągines
...thereof. These Indians of Darien are esteemed as bravoes, or wild savage Indians, by the neighbouring Spaniards, who never could civilize them. Hither Lolonois...that many of his comrades, who were taken in that encounter by those Indians, were, as their cruel captain, torn in pieces and burnt alive. Thus ends...
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