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" The Inhabitants of this Country are the miserablest People in the world. The Hodmadods of Monomatapa, though a nasty people, yet for Wealth are Gentlemen to these... "
Inventing Australia: Images and Identity, 1688-1980 - Page 2
by Richard White - 1981 - 205 pages
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind, Volume 5

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1847
...described the inhabitants of the coast about the twenty-fifth degree to the southward of the line. " The inhabitants of this country are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods of Monomotapa, though a nasty people, yet for wealth are gentlemen to these; who have no houses and skin...
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The North American Review, Volume 70

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1850
...win any one's affections. Of the people, he says, they " are King, II. ISO. VOL. LXX. NO. 146. 15 the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods...sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, &tc They have great bottle-noses, pretty full lips, and wide mouths, They are long-visaged, and of...
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The War of Races in Hungary: A Review of De L'esprit Public en Hongrie, Etc ...

Francis Bowen - 1850
...neither soil nor inhabitants being such as to win any one's affections. Of the people, he says, they " are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods...wealth are gentlemen to these, who have no houses and skin-garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, &c They have great bottle-noses,...
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The North American Review, Volume 70

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1850
...any one's affections. Of the people, he says, they " are* King, II. 180. VOL. LXX. — NO. 146. 15 the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods...wealth are gentlemen to these, who have no houses and skin-garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, &tc They have great bottle-noses,...
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The Memoir and Writings of James Handasyd Perkins: Historical sketches ...

James Handasyd Perkins - Ohio - 1851
...neither soil nor inhabitants being such as to win any one's affections. Of the people he says, they " are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods...wealth are gentlemen to these, who have no houses and skin-garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, &c. They have great bottle-noses,...
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THE MEMOIR AND WRITINGS OF JAMES HANDASYD PERKINS

1851
...he says, they u are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods of * King, Vol. II. p. 180. Monomatapa,* though a nasty people, yet for wealth are gentlemen to these, who have no houses and skin-garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, &c. They have great bottle-noses,...
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The natural history of man; or, Popular chapters on ethnography

John Kennedy - 1851
...human family. Dampier calls them "the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods of Monomotapa, though a nasty people, yet for wealth are gentlemen to these, who have no houses and skin-garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich-eggs, &c., as the Hodmadods have ;...
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Flowers from foreign lands; their history and botany

Robert Tyas - 1853
...Europeans induces us to present the reader with the following graphic description of them from Dampier. " The inhabitants of this country are the miserablest people in the world; they have no houses or skin garments, no sheep, poultry, fruits of the earth, etc. ; and setting aside...
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Flowers from foreign lands ; their history and botany, with concise ...

Robert Tyas - Floriculture - 1853 - 198 pages
...Europeans induces us to present the reader with the following graphic description of them from Dampier. " The inhabitants of this country are the miserablest people in the world; they have no houses or skin garments, no sheep, poultry, fruits of the earth, etc. ; and setting aside...
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A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the ..., Volume 1

John Ramsay M'Culloch - 1854
...of this country," says he, " are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods of Monomotapa, though a nasty people, yet for wealth are gentlemen to these ; who e have no houses and skin garments, sheep, poultry, i | and fruits of the earth, ostrich-eggs, &c.,...
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