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" ... with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body, and dress it for the feast. They besmear their children with the blood, .in order to kindle in their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished, and all join in... "
A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world - Page 77
by George Landmann - 1835 - 500 pages
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The Universal Gazetteer: Being a Concise Description ... of the Nations ...

John Walker - Atlases - 1795 - 806 pages
...drcfs it for the teaft. They bcfmear their children with the blood, in order to kindle in their bofoms a hatred of their enemies, and all join in feeding upon the flelh with amazing greeilinefs and cxulration. Wherever this practice prevails, captives never efcape...
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The Universal Gazetteer: Being a Concise Description ... of the Nations ...

John Walker - Geography - 1801 - 978 pages
...jingle blow. The moment he falls, the women feize the body, and drels it for the fealt. They befmear their children with the blood, in order to kindle...of their enemies, and all join in feeding upon the fiefh wi:li amazing gutdincis and exultaIND tion. Wherever this practice prevails, captives never efcape...
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The General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary : Containing ...

Richard Brookes - Geography - 1801 - 788 pages
...it for the feaft. They befmear their children \v ith the blood, in order to kindle in their bol'oms a hatred of their enemies, and all join in feeding upon the flefh with amazing greedinefs and exultation. Wherever this practice prevails, captives never efrape...
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The History of America, Volume 2

William Robertson - 1803 - 424 pages
...i. 54. f Sladius ap. de Bry, iii. p. 4o. iz3. dress it for the feast. They besmear their BOOK . iv. children with the blood, in order to kindle in •—^—' their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished, and all join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing greediness and exultation.*...
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The universal gazetteer

John Walker - Gazetteers - 1807 - 1002 pages
...it for the feaft. They belinear their children with the blood, in order te kindle in tiicir bolbms a hatred of their enemies, and all join in feeding upon the fldh with amazing greedmefs and exulution. Wherever this practice prevail», captives never el'cape...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - America - 1813 - 620 pages
...fate with undaunted firmness, is dispatched with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body and dress it for the feast. They besmear...kindle in their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished; and all join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing greediness and exultation...
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The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813 - 490 pages
...fate with undaunted firmness, is dispatched with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body, and dress it for the feast. They besmear...kindle in their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished ; and all join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing greediness and exultation."...
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The History of America, Volume 2

William Robertson - America - 1817 - 488 pages
...fate with undaunted firmness, is dispatched with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body, and dress it for the feast. They besmear...kindle in their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished, and all join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing greediness and exultation."...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volume 9

William Robertson - 1817 - 444 pages
...fate with undaunted firmness, is dispatched with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body, and dress it for the feast. They besmear...kindle in their bosoms a hatred of their enemies, which is never extinguished, and all join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing greediness and exultation....
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History of North America, Volume 1

John Talbot - North America - 1820 - 526 pages
...fate with undaunted firmness, is dispatched with a single blow. The moment he falls, the women seize the body, and dress it for the feast. They besmear...blood, in order to kindle in their bosoms a hatred for "their enemies, which is never extinguished ; and alt join in feeding upon the flesh with amazing...
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