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" The day of this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs, who give orders for every thing which may enable them to celebrate it with pomp and magnificence. The riches of the nation are exhausted on this occasion, and all their ingenuity displayed. "
The present state of the British Empire in Europe, America, Africa and Asia - Sivu 267
1768 - 486 sivua
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The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with ..., Nide 13

1757
...none is fo ftriktng a: what they call the feaft of the dead, or the feaft of fouls. The day for this ceremony is appointed in the Council of their Chiefs,...with pomp and magnificence. The riches of the nation is exhaufted on this occafion, and all their ingenuity difplayed. The neighbouring people are invited...

An historical miscellany

Historical miscellany - 1774
...dead, or the feaft of fouls. The day of this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs, wha give orders for every thing which may enable them...magnificence. The riches of the nation are exhaufted on this orcafion, and all their ingenuity difplayed. The neighbouring people are invited to partake of the...

An historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of ..., Nide 1

William Winterbotham - 1795
...of tht dtad, .or the ftaft tf 'fouls. The day for this ceremony is appointed in the council of theif chiefs, who give orders for every thing which may...enable them to celebrate it with pomp and magnificence; and the neighbouring nations are" invited to partake of the entertainment. At this time, all who have...

An Historical, Geographical, Commercial, and Philosophical View of ..., Nide 1

William Winterbotham - 1796
...friends, me mod remarkable is whit they call ihejeaji of the d(adi or the/ee/t ijj'jidi. JThe day for this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs, who give orders for every thing which nuy enable them to celebrate it with pomp and magnificence; and the neighbouring nations are invited...

An Account of the European Settlements in America: Containing an ..., Nide 1

Edmund Burke - 1808
...none is so striking as what they call the feast of the dead, or the feast of souls. The day of this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs,...pomp and magnificence. The riches of the nation are exhausted on this occasion, and all their ingenuity displayed. The neighbouring people are invited...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1808
...th6: inordinate and exclusive enthusiasm which he feels in favour* of the tribe to which he belongs. •who give orders for every thing, which may enable...pomp and magnificence. The riches of the nation are exhausted on this occasion, and all their ingenuity displayed. The neighbouring people are invited...

The Literary Panorama, Nide 5

1809
...feast '. of souls. .The day tor this ceremony is ap. pointed iu t!ie "council 'of 'thei^cliiets, \vho give orders for every thing, which may enable them...celebrate it with pomp and magnificence. The riches of die nation, are exliansieil on this occasion, and alt theic ingenuity displayed; The neighbouring people...

The literary panorama

C. taylor - 1809
...dead, or the fe:ist 'of souk. 'The day for this ceremony is appotuitrf :tft the council of their duels, who give orders for every thing, which may enable them to celebrate it witn pomp and magnificancc. The riches of the nation arc exhausted on this occasion, and all their...

An Historical, Topographical, and Statistical View of the United ..., Nide 1

William Winterbotham - 1819
...moil remarkably i» what th?y call tbiftnft of tbt dead, or the frafl If tf fault. The day for this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs,...give orders for every thing which may enable them to cele-- brate it with pomp and magnificence ; and the neighbouring nations are invited to partake of...

Travels in South America

William Bingley - 1820 - 346 sivua
...deceased friends, none is so extraordinary as what is called the feast of the dead. The day of this ceremony is appointed in the council of their chiefs,...every thing which may enable them to celebrate it with magnificence. The riches of the nation are exhausted on these occasions. All the neighbouring people...




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