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  • Thus, then, one of our own noble stamp, even a whaleman, is the tutelary guardian of England; and by good rights, we harpooneers of Nantucket should be enrolled in the most noble order of St. George.

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  • Protected by tutelary gods.
  • * The Americans sometimes called their tutelar saint Tamenay, a corruption of the name of the renowned chief here introduced.
    James Fenimore Cooper  --  The Last of the Mohicans

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