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“ . . . . * . ho so to & DEADLY ENCOUNTER WITH THE Sword AND THE MAC HETE.
The Machete, to which constant references are made, is the implement ased in cutting sugarcane. T he weapon, however, is longer and narrower -han the ordinary machete, and is very deadly in the hands of the insurgents. Concealing themselves in the tops of palm trees, the insurgents make attacks as represented in the ongraving. This mode of warfare is adopted for the purpose of concealment from the enemy, and with practiced riflemen is most destructive.
A COMPLETE RECORD OF SPANISH TYRANNY AND OPPRESSION
Daring Deeds of Cuban Heroes and Patriots
THRILLING INCIDENTS OF THE CONFLICT; AMERICAN AID FOR
GREAT RESOURCES; PRODUCTS AND SCENERY OF THE “QUEE:
Senor GONZALO de QUESADA
The well-known author
TO WHICH IS ADDED A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE DESTRUCTION
Embellished with many Beautiful Phototype Engravings
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1898, by J. R. JONES, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. All Rights Reserved.