Narrative of a Residence on the Mosquito Shore: With an Account of Truxillo, and the Adjacent Islands of Bonacca and Roatan; And a Vocabulary of the Mosquitian Language (Classic Reprint)
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I have been led to offer the following pages, relative to the Mosquito Shore, in consequence of my having looked in vain for similar information, on embarking for that country, and severely felt the want of it on my arrival there. Much trouble, loss of time, and dis appointment - many difficulties and mishaps should I have escaped, had I been in possession of the informa tion, which my experience now enables me to present, on the manners and customs of the native tribes, the.
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