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" Secrecy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being first stupified with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords on the head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream... "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1883 - Page 798
by Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1885
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The history of New South Wales: from its first discovery to the present time ...

G. Paterson - History - 1811 - 617 pages
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that it might be supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which...
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Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the ..., Volume 4

R. P. Forster - Travel - 1818
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that it might be supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 23

Christianity - 1829
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that it might be supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which...
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The races of mankind, Volumes 1-2

Robert Brown - 1873
...head, back, and shoulders, even" one of which is follow: by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance and violence that might be supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Civilization - 1875 - 528 pages
...head, back, and shoulders, 1 every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, ' she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, ' with a perseverance and violence that it might be sup' posed would displace it from its socket. The lover, ' or rather the ravisher, is regardless of...
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Woman outside Christendom, an exposition of the influence exerted by ...

James G de T. Mandley - 1880
...head, back and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that it might be supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 37; Volume 100

1883
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that, it might be supposed, would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees that...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 37; Volume 100

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1883
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...violence that, it might be supposed, would displace H from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces...
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A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution

Charles Mallory Williams - Ethics - 1892 - 581 pages
...head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged through the woods by one arm, with a perseverance...that it might be supposed would displace it from its socket. This outrage is not resented by the relations of the female, who only retaliate by a similar...
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