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" Casembe had twenty thousand trained soldiers, watered his streets daily, and sacrificed twenty human victims every day. I could hear nothing of human sacrifices now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into... "
Africans: The History of a Continent - Page 108
by John Iliffe - 2007
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The Life and Labors of David Livingstone, LL. D., D.C.L.: Covering His ...

Africa, Central - 1876 - 869 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country...his subjects gradually dispersed themselves in the neighboring countries beyond his power. This is the common mode by which tyranny is cured in parts...
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THE LAST JOURNALS OF DAVID LIVINGSTONE, IN CENTRAL AFRICA

HORACE WALLER - 1875
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country...mutilations, selling the children for very slight offenses, that his subjects gradually dispersed themselves in the neighboring countries beyond his...
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Africa: The History of Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading ...

Charles H. Jones - Africa - 1875 - 496 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Cascmbe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country was densely peopled ; but ho was so severe in his punishments — cropping the ears, lopping off the hands, and other multilations,...
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The Life and Life-work of Dr. David Livingstone: Missionary, Philanthropist ...

Africa - 1876 - 806 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. "When he usurped power five years ago, his country...selling the children for very slight offences, that hia subjects gradually dispersed themselves in the neighboring countries beyond his power. This is...
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New reader, Volume 2

New reader - 1879
...hands lopped off, showed his barbarous way of making his ministers attentive and faithful. When Casembe usurped power five years ago, his country was densely...punishments — cropping the ears, lopping off the hands, mutilating in other ways, and selling the children into slavery for slight offences — that his subjects...
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The Lives and Travels of Livingstone and Stanley: Covering Their Entire ...

J. E. Chambliss - Africa, Central - 1881 - 761 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country...his subjects gradually dispersed themselves in the neighboring countries beyond his power. This is the common mode by which tyranny is cured in parts...
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Wonders of the Tropics; Or, Explorations and Adventures of Henry M. Stanley ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - Africa - 1889 - 840 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country was densely peopled ; but he was so severe in his puishments — cropping the ears, lopping off the hands, and other mutilations, selling the children...
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the life and labors of david livingstone

j. e. chambliss - 1875
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country...his subjects gradually dispersed themselves in the neighboring countries beyond his power. This is the common mode by which tyranny is cured in parts...
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Wonders of the Tropics: Or, Explorations and Adventures of Henry M. Stanley ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - Africa - 1889 - 808 pages
...now, and it is questionable if the present Casembe could bring a thousand stragglers into the field. When he usurped power five years ago, his country was densely peopled ; but he was so severe in his puishments — cropping the ears, lopping off the hands, and other mutilations, selling the children...
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