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Adams, Memoirs of Arii Taimai, Chapter XVII, page 176****
... made feeding-father or guardian of the boy, the third Pomare, who was born in 1820. Pomare II died December 7, 1821, leaving the daughter Aimata, a girl not yet nine years old, and the boy, Pomare III, a child in arms. Aimata was never regarded with favor by Pomare, her father, who was very frank in ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/marua/176.html 07/03/04, 6699 bytes
Parkinson's Journal, Malay spoken at Batavia, page 226****
... A man. Orang tooa, An old man. Parampooan, A woman, or a young woman. Anna paraowan, A virgin. Booda, or Anna lakee lakee, A boy. Anna parampooan, A girl. Annae or anna, A child. Cumbar, Twins. Bappa, or pappa, A father. Ma, A mother. Cake, A grandfather. Naimai, A grandmother. Bappa teerree, A step ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/parkinson/226.html 07/03/04, 7286 bytes
Omai, or, a Trip round the World, Part II, page 23****
... One Woman of ditto. XII. Two Men of Oonalashka. One Woman of ditto. XIII. Two Men of Prince William's Sound. One Woman of ditto. XIV. The Otaheitean Girl with Presents to the Captain. Twelve Otaheitean Dancers. XV. The English Captain and Sailors. Previous Page European Reactions Next Page © Derived ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/omai/023.html 07/03/04, 6869 bytes
Banks's Journal: Daily Entries, 7 August 1769****
... cheif; (2) Whannooutooa wife to 1; (3) Otoobooi sister to 2; (4) Orai Elder brother to 2; (5) Tettuanue younger brother to 2; (6) Otehammena dancing girl; (7) Ouratooa Do; (8) Mattehea father to 1; (9) Opipi mother to 1. Previous Page Voyaging Accounts Next Page © Derived from State Library of NSW 1998 ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/banks/17690807.html 07/03/04, 7127 bytes
Adams, Memoirs of Arii Taimai, Chapter II, page 19****
... times, had little to do except to talk about each other. Hurimaavehi, like most Tahitian chiefs, had a fancy for handsome women, and he carried the girl away by stealth to Vaiari. Panee, the father, not knowing what had become of his daughter, sought her in every direction, and, stationing himself on ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/marua/019.html 07/03/04, 7118 bytes
Banks's Descriptions of Places, Batavia, page 425****
... of the minds of these ignorant people, I shall repeat one story out of the multitude I have heard confirming it from ocular demonstration. A Slave girl who was born and bred up among the En[g]lish at Bencoulen on the Island of Sumatra, by which means she had learnt a little English, told me that her ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/banks_remarks/425.html 07/03/04, 5821 bytes
Adams, Memoirs of Arii Taimai, Chapter II, page 20****
... a conquest and the very considerable conquests he effected, a candid listener would like to know the Vaiari side of the story. Even a Papara school-girl, if she reads in her history-book the story of Appius Claudius or of Tarquin, would be a little surprised to find that she knew all about it, and that ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/marua/020.html 07/03/04, 6865 bytes
Voyages in the Southern Hemisphere, Vols. II - III, Account of the Inhabitants of Batavia, page 757****
... his feet, and earrings of the same metal in his ears. Mr. Banks heard this tale of ridiculous falsehood patiently to the end, and then dismissed the girl, without reminding her, that a crocodile with ears was as strange a monster as a dog with a cloven foot. Some time after this a servant whom Mr. Banks ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/hv23/757.html 07/03/04, 7795 bytes
Adams, Memoirs of Arii Taimai, Chapter XVII, page 177****
... his feeding father took after his death, on becoming the guardian of Aimata, as the queen, Pomare IV, was always called by natives. Aimata when a girl of about nine years, in December, 1822, was married or betrothed to Tapoa of Huahine and Borabora. As I grew up, I became her most intimate friend, and ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/marua/177.html 07/03/04, 5894 bytes
Omai, or, a Trip round the World, Part II, page 22****
Page 22 Previous/Next Page Omai, or, a Trip round the World European Reactions ---------- Part II (continued) I. A dancing Girl of Otaheite, Six Men of Otaheite (as Attendants preceding) II. One Chief of New Zealand. Two Warriors ditto. One common Man, ditto. One Woman with a Child, ditto. III. One ...
http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/omai/022.html 07/03/04, 6416 bytes

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