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" Do you think it right that you should have cut down the tree without asking the owner's permission?' continued the magistrate. 'It was not right,' said the queen. Then turning to the poor man, he asked, ' What remuneration do you require ?' Teuhe answered,... "
Missionary Register - Page 280
1826
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 4

Religion - 1826
...home, who soon returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man as a recompense for his loss ; — Stop, said the justice, we have...yet. The queen began to weep. Do you think it right ^hat you should have cut down the tree without asking the owner's permission? continued the magistrate....
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1827
...returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompence for his losa. ' Stop,' said the justice; ' we have not done yet.'...' If the queen is convinced that it was not right to take a little man's tree without his permission, I am sure she will not do so again. I am satisfied—...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 7

Baptists - 1827
...house, who returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. ' Stop,' said the justice ; 'we have...not right,' said the queen. Then turning to the poor mať, he asked, ' What remuneration do you require ?' Teuhe answered : ' If the queen is convinced...
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Real stories: taken from the narratives of various travellers

Real stories - 1827
...who soon returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. " Stop," said the justice, " we have not done yet." The queen then covered her face with her hands, and began to weep. " Do you think it right that you should have...
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Memoirs of Capt. James Wilson: Containing an Account of His Enterprises and ...

John Griffin - Christian biography - 1827 - 220 pages
...should have cut down the tree without asking the owner's permission ?' continued the magistrate. ' It is not right,' said the queen. Then turning to the poor man, he- said, ' What remuneration do you require ?' Teuhe answered : ' If the queen is convinced that it was...
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Polynesian Researches, During a Residence of Nearly Six Years in ..., Volume 2

William Ellis - Ethnology - 1829 - 576 pages
...who soon returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. — 'Stop,' said the justice, 'we have...answered, If the queen is convinced that it was not right to take a little man's tree without his permission, I am sure she will not do so again. I am satisfied...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 43

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Sir John Murray IV, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1830
...which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. ' Stop/ said the magistrate ; ' we have not done yet ! ' The queen began to weep. ' Do you think it right,' he continued, ' that you should have cut down the tree without asking the man's permission .'' ' It...
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Polynesian Researches, Volume 3

William Ellis - 1831
...who soon returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. — ' Stop,' said the justice,' we have...answered, If the queen is convinced that it was not right to take a little man's tree without his permission, I am sure she will not do so again. I am satisfied...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1831
...she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. * Stop,' sai-1 the magistrate, ' we have not done yet.' The queen began to weep. 'Do...' If the queen is convinced that it was not right to take a little man's tree without his permission, I am, sure she will not do it again. I am satisfied....
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Polynesian Researches: During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 3

Ethnology - 1832
...who soon returned with a bag of dollars, which she threw down before the poor man, as a recompense for his loss. — ' Stop," said the justice,' we have...answered, If the queen is convinced that it was not right to take a little man's tree without his permission, I am sure she will not do so again. I am satisfied...
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