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Their taste is not so good as of the former roots: notwithstanding for want of bread, and sometimes for variety the inhabitants vse to eat them with fish or flesh, and in my iudgement they do as well as the housholde bread made of Rie here in England. Kaishucpenauk, a white kinde of roots about the bignesse of hennes egges, and neere of that forme: their taste was not so good to our seeming as of the other, and therefore their place and maner of growing not so much cared for by vs: the inhabitants notwithstanding vsed to boile and eat many. Tsinaw, a kind of root much like vnto that which in England is called the China root brought from the East Indies.
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Tvrkie cocks and Turkie hennes, Stockdoues, Partridges, Cranes, Hernes, and in Winter great store of Swannes and Geese.
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The Indians want no fleshmeat; for they kill with their arrowes many deere, hennes, conies, and other wild fowle: for they are very cunning at it: which skill the Christians had not: and though they had it, they had no leasure to vse it: for the most of the time they spent in trauell, and durst not presume to straggle aside.
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There was a Lord, which for a great present, brought the Gouernour two Deeres skins: and there were in that Countrie many wild hennes.
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His bill was black, and as the jet it shone; Like azure were his legges and his tone;* *toes His nailes whiter than the lily flow'r, And like the burnish'd gold was his colour, This gentle cock had in his governance Sev'n hennes, for to do all his pleasance, Which were his sisters and his paramours, And wondrous like to him as of colours.
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The Aeneid As maden all the hennes in the close,* *yard When they had seen of Chanticleer the sight.
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For if thou have courage as thou hast might, Thee were need of hennes, as I ween, Yea more than seven times seventeen.
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Ganska ledsen och mycket mera fattig kom han till slut ifrån henne och hamnade till sist på “Marta“, som skulle föra honom till Sverige.
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Att döma av hans beteende hyste han inga varmare känslor för henne.
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Detta retade David, som redan kände sig litet oroad av hennes sätt att tala och betrakta honom.
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Hade Hartman ägt henne och hade de sedan blivit likgiltiga för varandra och nu spelade komedi?
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Hon hade mörkt hår, mörka ögon och en hög, fint välvd panna med mjukt tecknade ögonbryn - och så var hennes sammetsklädda kropp alldeles klassiskt välformad.
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Han såg på henne frånvarande och skakade på huvudet.
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Hon tycktes vilja baronen något, han slog efter henne med käppen.
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Sällskapet försökte gå ifrån henne, hon tog efter baronens arm och han knuffade bort henne och spottade efter henne.
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Och det hände sig att den gamle gubben kom luffande, sedan baronen knuffat till kvinnan så att hon ramlat i rännstenen, under det hennes kräkningar just började.
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Hade hon flera barn nu än när han for ifrån henne?
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Berättade hon för någon ny käck skeppare hur kär hon haft David - svensken, som legat sjuk och som inte kunde köpa mat för hennes pengar?
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Han älskade hennes själ och varenda bit av hennes kropp och hennes dräkt.
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Det föll honom in att anförtro sig åt Hartman och få hans hjälp med att träffa henne.
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Examples of Henne

Example #1
And we know not any thing to the contrary but that it may be of the same kinde.
Example #2
They are to be eaten as they are taken out of the ground: for by reason of their drinesse they will neither rost nor seethe.
Example #3
Of all sorts of fowle I haue the names in the countrey language of fourescoure and sixe, of which number, besides those that be named, we haue taken, eaten, and haue the pictures as they were drawen, with the names of the inhabitants, of seuerall strange sorts of water fowle eight, and seuenteene kinds more of land fowle, although we haue seene and eaten of many more, which for want of leasure there for the purpose could not be pictured: and after we are better furnished and stored vpon further discouery with their strange beasts, fish, trees, plants, and herbs, they shalbe also published.
Example #4
The inhabitants sometime kill the Lion, and eat him:(98) and we sometime as they came to our hands of their Woolues or Wooluish dogs, which I haue not set downe for good meat, least that some would vnderstand my iudgement therein to be more simple then needeth, although I could alleage the difference in taste of those kinds from ours, which by some of our company haue bene experimented in both.
Example #5
So soone as we came to our boates we hoysed saile to goe toward our Pinnesse, doubting of some mischance.
Example #6
After we had heard and seene these things of them, we drewe to our boates accompanied with a great multitude of those people: some of them when as they sawe any of our fellowes weary, would take them vp on their shoulders, and carry them as on horsebacke.