Excerpt from An Historical Account of All the Voyages Round the World, Performed by English Navigators, Vol. 4 of 4: Including Those Lately Undertaken by Order of His Present Majesty; The Whole Faithfully Extracted From the Journals of the Voyagers
At a fmail di¿ance from the... trees i'tood an Indian hut, which had been thatched with their leaves, of which fome yet remained and round the hut were fcattered many cocoa-nut-t'helis, the fruit of which feemed to have been lately gathered. Not far from this grew the bread. Fruit tree, and a number of plantains.
Our adventurers were now near a quarter of a mile from the pinnace, when three of the na.
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