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" ... that a lion's heart would do the business. To obtain this the rain-maker well knew was no joke. One day it was announced that a lion had attacked one of the cattle outposts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting... "
The races of mankind - Página 270
por Robert Brown - 1873
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1842 - 624 páginas
...the cattle outposts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....no matter if it had previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it in its turn. Nothing could exceed their enthusiasm when they returned to the...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1845 - 406 páginas
...purpose of getting a key to the clouds an. disposing of a dangerous enemy. The orders were impere tive, whatever the consequences might be, which, in this...instance, might have been very serious, had not one of oui men shot the terrific animal dead with a gun. This was no sooner done than it was cut up for roasting...
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The Gospel Among the Bechuanas and Other Tribes of Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1846 - 296 páginas
...the cattle outposts, not far from the town ; and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....no matter if it had previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it in its turn. Nothing could exceed their enthusiasm when they returned to the...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1846 - 164 páginas
...outposts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clonds and disposing of a dangerous enemy. The orders were...a gun. This was no sooner done than it was cut up lor roasting and boiling ; no matter if it had previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. John Williams, Missionary to Polynesia

Ebenezer Prout - 1846 - 171 páginas
...for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds giml disposing of a dangerous enemy. The ordws were imperative, whatever the consequences might be,...a gun. This was no sooner done than it was cut up tor roasting and boiling ; no matter if it had previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it...
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Lake Ngami: Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings ...

Charles John Andersson - 1856 - 521 páginas
...of the cattle outposts not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....were imperative, whatever the consequences might be. Fortunately, the lion was shot dead by a man armed with a gun. Greatly elated by their success, they...
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Lake Ngami, Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings ...

Charles John Andersson - 1856 - 546 páginas
...the cattle outposts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....were imperative, whatever the consequences might be. Fortunately, the lion was shot dead by a man armed with a gun. Greatly elated by their success, they...
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Curiosities of savage life

James Greenwood - 1864
...the cattle out-posts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....were imperative, whatever the consequences might be. Fortunately the lion was shot dead by a man armed with a gun. Greatly elated by their success, they...
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The Natural History of Man: Being an Account of the Manners and ..., Volumen1

John George Wood - 1868 - 864 páginas
...the cattle outposts, not far from the town, and a party set off for the twofold purpose of getting a key to the clouds and disposing of a dangerous enemy....no matter if it had previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it in its turn. Nothing could exceed their enthusiasm when they returned to the...
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The natural history of man, Volumen1

John George Wood - 1868
...disposing of a !j|!.,r«ou8 enemy. The orders were imperative, whatever the consequences might be, *hich, in this instance, might have been very serious, had...was cut up for roasting and boiling; no matter if it bid previously eaten some of their relations, they ate it in its turn. Nothing could xceed their enthusiasm...
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