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" Ulmenes are concerned, in which case they become real civil wars. But it must be acknowledged that they are generally unaccompanied with the effusion of blood, and are confined to pillage alone. This people, notwithstanding their propensity to violence,... "
The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili: The civil history of Chili - Page 67
by Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Ziga, Richard Alsop, William Hayley - 1809
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The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ...

Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - History - 1808
...called malocas, resemble much the feuds of the ancient Germans, and are very dreadful when the Ulmenes are concerned, in which case they become real civil...notwithstanding their propensity to violence, rarely employ armst in their private quarrels, but decide them with the fist or with the club. CHAPTER III. Military...
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Geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili, Volume 2

J. Ignatius Molina - Foreign Language Study - 1809
...called malocas, resemble much the feuds of the ancient Germans, and are very dreadful when Jhe Ulmenes are concerned, in which case they become real civil...with the club. CHAP. III. , Military System of the Araucanians ; their Arms and Mode of making War. THE military government of the Araucanians is not...
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Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law, Volume 15

Political science - 1902
...* Ibid., ii, 184-5. ' Morgan, p. 33o. 4 Parkman, p. bd. 4 Franklin, p. 156. 'Southey, i. 24o. sity to violence, rarely employ arms in their private quarrels, but decide them with the fist or with a club. 1 ASIATICS. Among the " hill tribes of India," some, like the Gonds and Santals, have a numerous...
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Crime in its relations to social progress, Issue 40

Arthur Cleveland Hall - Crime - 1902 - 427 pages
...Franklin, p. 156. 'Southcy, i. 240. ' Dobrizhoffer, ii. 213. Hutnboldt, ii, 266. ' Brett, p. 348. sity to violence, rarely employ arms in their private quarrels, but decide them with the fist or with a club.1 ASIATICS. Among the " hill tribes of India," some, like the Gonds and Santals, have a numerous...
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