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" Their code of laws, which is traditionary, it denominated Admapu, that is to say, the customs of the country. In reality these laws are nothing more than primordial usages,, or tacit conventions that have been established among them, as was originally... "
The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili: The civil history of Chili - Page 63
by Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Zúńiga, 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
...thepleasures of the table with their public deliberations. Their code of laws which is traditionary, is denominated Admapu, that is to say, the customs of...the laws of other nations ; they have, consequently ^ja^^he defects peculiar to VoL, II. H such systems, since, as they are not written, they ean neither...
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Geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili, Volume 2

J. Ignatius Molina - Foreign Language Study - 1809
...with their public deliberations. Their code of laws, which is traditionary, is denominated Aclmapu, that is to say, the customs of the country. In reality...as they are not written, they can neither be verj compendious, nor made sufficiently public. The clearest and most explicit of their political and fundamental...
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Primitive Folk-moots: Or, Open-air Assemblies in Britain

George Laurence Gomme - Great Britain - 1880 - 316 pages
...the table with their public deliberations. Their code of laws, which is traditionary, is in reality nothing more than primordial usages or tacit conventions that have been established among them (Ibid.}. Among the African tribes, the Hottentots have a national court, composed of village chiefs,...
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Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law, Volume 15

Political science - 1902
...taught all the ancient customs of the race and obedience to them.' Araucanians of South America.—Their "laws are nothing more than primordial usages, or...conventions, that have been established among them." The Araucanians elect their chiefs, who are regarded simply as " the first among equals." This people...
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Crime in its relations to social progress, Issue 40

Arthur Cleveland Hall - Crime - 1902 - 427 pages
...all the ancient customs of the race and obedience to them.' Araucanians of South America. — Their "laws are nothing more than primordial usages, or...conventions, that have been established among them." The Araucanians elect their chiefs, who are regarded simply as " the first among equals." This people...
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