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" ... and a base commoditie : yet who will but truely take the pains and consider the sequell, I thinke will allow it well worth the labour. "
Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and ... - Page 6
1838
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The Trve Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine Iohn ..., Volume 2

John Smith - Voyages and travels - 1819
...Fish, which howbeit may seetne a meane and a base Commoditie; yet who will but truly take the paines and consider the sequell, I thinke will allow it well...great aduentures the hopes of setting forth men of warre to rob the industrious innocent would procure, or such massie promises in grosse, though more...
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The History of the Church of England in the Colonies and Foreign ..., Volume 1

James Stuart Murray Anderson - Blacks - 1845
...' It may seeme,' he says, ' a meane and a base commoditie ; yet who will but truly take the paines, and consider the sequell, I thinke, will allow it well worth the labour. — Who doth not know the poore Hollanders, chiefly by fishing at a great charge and labour in all...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - United States - 1884
...where we ride." Of the commodities he says : " The maine staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish; which howeuer it may seeme a mean and base commoditie ; yet who will but truely take the pains and consider the sequell, I think will allow...
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Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby, Volume 1

John Smith - Bermuda Islands - 1884 - 984 pages
...maine Staple, from hence to bee extracted for the commodities , , i , • c i_ 1*11 •.. present. present to produce the rest, is fish ; which howeuer...worth the labour. It is strange to see what great [11] aduentures the hopes of setting forth [/A893.9+5-] men of war [privateers] to rob the industrious...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 12

History - 1884
...where we ride." Of the commodities he says: "The maine staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish; which howeuer it may seeme a mean and base commoditie ; yet who will but truely take the pains and consider the sequell, I think will allow...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 12

History - 1884
...where we ride." Of the commodities he says: "The maine staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish; which howeuer it may seeme a mean and base commoditie ; yet who will but truely take the pains and consider the sequell, I think will allow...
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Works, 1608-1631, Volume 2

John Smith - United States - 1895
...Fish, which howbeit may seeme a meane and a base Commoditie ; yet who will but truly take the paines and consider the sequell, I thinke will allow it well...great aduentures the hopes of setting forth men of warre to rob the industrious innocent would procure, or such massie promises in grosse, though more...
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The Old South Leaflets

Edwin Doak Mead - United States - 1899
...maine Staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish ; which however it may seeme a mean and a base commoditie : yet who...worth the labour. It is strange to see what great adventures the hopes of setting forth men of war to rob the industrious innocent, would procure : or...
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The English Exploration of America

America - 1901 - 167 pages
...maine Staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish ; which however it may seeme a mean and a base commoditie : yet who...worth the labour. It is strange to see what great adventures the hopes of setting forth men of war to rob the industrious innocent, would procure : or...
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Old South Leaflets, Volume 5

United States - 1902
...maine Staple, from hence to bee extracted for the present to produce the rest, is fish ; which however it may seeme a mean and a base commoditie : yet who...worth the labour. It is strange to see what great adventures the hopes of setting forth men of war to rob the industrious innocent, would procure : or...
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