Fuego The Tahitians.docx - It was brought from Chile and cost7000 dollars I was too glad to accept of this and anofficer was sent with me to give

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It was brought from Chile, and cost7000 dollars. I was too glad to accept of this, and anofficer was sent with me to give directions that I should not bestopped at the bridge. Slaves are not allowed to go to war; but this perhaps can hardly beconsidered as a hardship. Myobject in coming here was to see the great beds of shells whichstand some yards above the level of the sea, and are burnt forlime. I do not ground this statement merelyon my own observation, but I heard it from the Spanish inhabitantsof the latter place, and from Jemmy Button with regard to Tierradel Fuego. The Tahitians now fullyunderstand the value of money, and prefer it to old clothes orother articles. It is, however, doubtfulhow far this idea will explain the circumstance of torrents of rainfalling in the dry season during several days, after an earthquakeunaccompanied by an eruption; such cases seem to bespeak some moreintimate connexion between the atmospheric and subterraneanregions. on Cordillera.
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