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The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili: The civil history of Chili - Page 3
by Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Z˙˝iga, 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
...of Indostan, are accustomed to repeat on their rosaries the syllables horn, ha, hum, or em, am, urn, which in some measure corresponds with what we have...other, speak the same language, and have a similar appearance. Those that dwell in the plains are of good stature, but those that live in the vallies...
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Geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili, Volume 2

J. Ignatius Molina - Foreign Language Study - 1809
...Thibet, fronr the accounts of the natives of Indostan, are accustomed to repeat on their rosaries, the syllables horn, ha, hum, or om, am, um, which in some...other, speak the same language, and have a similar ap ] pearance. Those that dwell in the plains are of good stature, but those that live in the valleys...
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the araucanians or notes of a tour among the indian tribes of souther chill

edmond reuel smith - 1855
...of Thibet, from the accounts of natives of Hindostan, are accustomed to repeat on their rosaries the syllables horn, ha, hum, or om, am, um, which, in...measure, corresponds with what we have mentioned of the Chilenos." (Mol. Hist. Chil., Vol. ii. Chap, i., Eng. Trans.) According to Hooker in his "Himalayan...
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The Araucanians: Or, Notes of a Tour Among the Indian Tribes of Southern Chili

Edmond Reuel Smith - Araucanian Indians - 1855 - 335 pages
...the accounts of natives of Hindostan, are accustomed to repeat on their rosaries the syllables hom, ha, hum, or om, am, um, which, in some measure, corresponds with what we have mentioned of the Chilenos." (Mol. Hist. Chil., Vol. ii. Chap, i., Eng. Trans.) According to Hooker in his "Himalayan...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 1812-1849, Volumes 1-75

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1912 - 582 pages
...accounts of the natives of Indostan, are accustomed to repeat on their rosaries the syllables, Hom, ha, hum, or om, am, um, which in some measure corresponds with what we have mentioned of the Chilians." (IV.) The Natchez had a tradition that before their coming to Louisiana, their ancestors lived under...
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