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(p.105) - CHAP. XX. Of their women, their difpojitions, employments, ufage by their husbands, their apparell, and modefty. (p. 70) Of the Aberginians or Indians Northward. FIrft of their Stature, moft of them being betweene five or fix foote high, ftraight bodied, ftrongly com- pofed, fmooth skinned, merry countenanced, of complexion fomething more fwarthy than Spaniards, black hair'd, high foreheaded, blacke ey'd, out-nofed, broad fhouldred, brawny arm'd, long and flender handed, out brefted, fmall wafted, lanke bellied, well thighed, flat kneed, handfome growne leggs, and fmall feete: In a word, take them when the blood briskes in their veines, when the flefh is on their backs, and marrow in their bones, when they frolick in their antique deportments and Indian poftures; and they are more amiable to behold (though onely in Adams livery) than many a compounded phantafticke in the neweft fafhion.