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The Life And Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe Of York Mariner
by by Daniel Defoe
Binding: Paperback, 232 pages
Weight: 76
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 9 x W: 0.5 inches

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: kept ctofe all that day and the next, going out only at night to make obfervation : but they had the good luck to be miftaken; for wherever the favages went, they did not land that time on the ifland, but purfued fome other defign. And now they had another broil with the three En glimmen ; one of whom, a moft turbulent fellow, being in a rage at one of the three flaves, which I mentioned they had taken;, becaufe the fellow had not done fomething right which he bid him do, and feem ed a little untraftable in his mewing him, drew a hatchet out of a frog belt, in which he wore it by his fide, and fell upon the poor favage, not to correft him, but to kill him. One of the Spaniards, who was by, feeing him give the fellow a barbarous cut with the hatchet, which he aimed at his head, but ftruck into his moulder, fo that he thought he had cut the poor creature's arm off, ran to him, and intreating him not to inurder the poor man, clapt in between him and the favage, to prevent the mifchief. The fellow being enraged the more at this, ftruck at the Spaniard with his hatchet, and fwore he would ferve him as he intended to ferve the favage ; which the Spaniard perceivihg, avoided the blow, and with a Ihovel which he had in his hand, for they were all working in the field about their corn land, knocked the brute down. Another of the Englifhmen running at the fame time to help his comrade, knocked the Spaniard down ; and then two Spaniards more came in to help their man, and a third Englimman fell in upon them. They had none of them any fire arms, or any other weapons but hatchets and other tools, except this third Englifhman ; he had one of my rufty cutlafles, Fa. withwith which he made at the two laft Spaniards, and wounded them both. This fray fet the whole family in an uproar, an...

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