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The Townsends Tale corrections


by Dione

 

 

-puts it down again, the same Custom is adopted at Breakfast and Supper and the floor is...

- This is owing to the Captain, I think for if he had proved what Mr MOATES stated him to be...

- but yet do not wish to construe it as a complaint, for as I said before...

-view of the Western side of it which is a rock very high but quite inaccessible...

-plan to defend myself from the violence as I can though I fear...

-was endeavouring to remove the rest though they still...

-break open the door and I did also, to clear the chests away...

-but acted as barber lathered me with Coal Tar...

-begin with our Captain J. MONCRIEFF. I am unable to form an opinion...

-received many little attentions which I have of course returned...

-lick the Captain's Shoes I fear I shall disagree if he at all interferes with me.

-These plants were and still are attended by the Servant...

-received many little attentions from her and Mr. A.

-get out of the boat and said I had no business there and in a very insulting manner...

-"If we can't sing Sea Songs shall we sing anything else then"

-"Truly Captain I did not but you received my letter previous to that and the...

-"You are not the first Clerk I have had and I have had Clerks work Ship...

-of the sort intervening and makes one party or the other...

-employed fetching Water from a fountain in the Palace Square...

REF: email to GENANZ@rootsweb by Dione Dover, Kent, England on 26 November 1998

 

 


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