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" A scene ensues, the bare description of which is enough to chill the heart with horror, wherever men have been accustomed by milder institutions to respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are... "
A Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Founded on the Works of ... - Page 6
by George Landmann - 1840 - 743 pages
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America: In which is Included the Posthumous Volume Containing the ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - America - 1809 - 392 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. All who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies. Every species of torture is...
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Brookes's General Gazetteer Improved: Or, A New and Compendious Geographical ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1812 - 822 pages
...sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied indeed to a stake, but so as to be at liberty (o move round it. All present, men, women, and children,...upon them like furies ; some burn their limbs with f.'lhot iryns, some mangle their be/die» with knives, »there tear their flesh from their bone»,...
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The History of America, Volume 1

William Robertson - America - 1812 - 564 pages
...respeet their speeies, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. All who are present, men, women, and ehildren, rush upon them like furies. Every speeies of torture is...
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813 - 490 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. All •who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon tliem like furies. Every species of torture...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - America - 1813 - 620 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move found it. All who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies. Every species...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volume 9

William Robertson - 1817 - 444 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. All who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies. Every species of torture is...
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The History of America, Volume 2

William Robertson - America - 1817 - 488 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at IN berty to move round it. All who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies....
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The English and French Languages Compared in Their Grammatical Constructions ...

William Driverger - 1820 - 648 pages
...the prisoners, among the Indians, are put to death, is enough to chill the heart with horror. They are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. All who are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies. Some burn their limbs with red-hot...
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History of North America, Volume 1

John Talbot - North America - 1820 - 526 pages
...respect their species, and to melt into tenderness at the sight of human sufferings. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty to move round it. AH whp are present, men, women, and children, rush upon them like furies. Every species of torture...
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A General Gazetteer, Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

Geography - 1821 - 768 pages
...scene ensues, the bare description of which is enough to chill the heart with horror. The prisoners are tied naked to a stake, but so as to be at liberty...move round it. All present, men, women, and children, fall upon them with knives and other instruments ; and such is their cruel ingenuity in torturing,...
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