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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mutine.
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Anthony_ was consigned unto your petitioner from Lisbon under the Command of John Tarry, and in his voyage, about one hundred and ten Leagues from Lisbon, the seamen of the sd. ship mutined Against the sd.
Anspachers, who were to be embarked in Holland, mutined, and refused to proceed, so that the Prince was obliged to go with his guards and force them on.
Vano Merabishvili said the commander of the Mukhrovani base where a tank battalion mutined had been arrested and others were being questioned.
The Yen Bai garrison. in the Hanoi area mutined and killed its French officers on February 9-10,1930.
IS If, indeed, the Almighty had left us to the consequen - ces of our natural state we might, with more colour ot reason, have mutined against his justice.
At the firft Approach the Soldiers were dif* courraged, and mutined to returne, fuppofeing the Cittie» by reafon of the Water, was Impregnable.
Upon this Will Atkins cried out, For God's fake* captain, give me quarter: what have I done? they have been all as bad as I: (which by the way was not true, either; for it feems this Will Atkins was the firft man that laid hold of the captain when they firft mutined, and ufed him barbaroufly, in tying his hands, and giving him injurious language:) how - ever, the captain told him he muft lay down his arms at difcretion, and truft to the governor's mer - cy, by which he meant me j for they all called me governor.