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" ... arms, placed her on one of the horses, mounted the other himself, and made the utmost speed towards the nation and friends of the captive. The multitude, dumb and nerveless with amazement at the daring deed, made no effort to rescue their victim from... "
The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c - Sivu 171
1823
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American Missionary Register, Nide 2

1822
...provisions, sprang from his seat, rushed through the crowd, liberated the victim, seized her in hi* arms, placed her on one of the horses, mounted the...their village. The released captive was accompanied by her deliverer three days through the wilderness towards her home. He then gave her the horse on...

A Report to the Secretary of War of the United States, on Indian Affairs ...

Jedidiah Morse - 1822 - 496 sivua
...arms, placed her on one of the horses, mounted the other himself, and made the utmost speed toward the nation and friends of the captive. The multitude,...was accompanied three days through the wilderness, toward her home. He then gave her the horse on which she rode, with the necessary provisions for the...

The Methodist Review, Nide 5

1822
...«tand highest in the estimation of the tribe, i This custom does not exist in the surrounding tribes. to rescue their victim from her deliverer. They viewed...their village. The released captive was accompanied by her deliverer three days through the wilderness toward her home. He then gave her the horse on which...

A Report to the Secretary of War of the United States, on Indian Affairs ...

Jedidiah Morse - 1822 - 496 sivua
...deed, made no effort to rescue their victim from her deliverer. They viewed it as the immediate art of the Great Spirit, submitted to it without a murmur,...was accompanied three days through the wilderness, toward her home. He then gave her the horse on which she rode, with the necessary provisions for the...

The New Monthly Magazine, Nide 9

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Thomas Hood, Theodore Edward Hook, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1823
...the tribe. t This custom doe* not now exist in the surrounding tribes. amazement at the daring di-ed, made no effort to rescue their victim from her deliverer....wilderness towards her home ; he then gave her the horse un which she rode, with the necessary provisions for the remainder of her journey, and they parted....

New Monthly Magazine, Nide 9

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1823
...highest in the estimation of tli e tribe. t This custom docs not now exist in the surruuoding tribes. amazement at the daring deed, made no effort to rescue...three days through the wilderness towards her home j he then gave her the horse on which she rode, with the necessary provisions for the remainder of...

The Friend of Peace, Nide 4

1827
...at the daring deed. made no effort to rescue their victim from her deliverer. They viewed it as an act of the Great Spirit, submitted to it without a murmur, and quietly returned to their village. The released captive was accompanied through the wilderness towards her...

Tour of the American Lakes, and Among the Indians of the North-west ..., Nide 1

Calvin Colton - 1833 - 396 sivua
...victim, seized her in his arms, placed her on one of the horses, and mounting the other himself, he made the utmost speed towards the nation and friends...He then gave her the horse, on which she rode, with the necessary provisions for the remainder of their journey, and they parted. On his return to the...

Traits of Indian Character: As Generally Applicable to the Aborigines of ...

George Turner - 1836
...the daring deed — made no effort to rescue their victim from her deliverer. They viewed it as the act of the Great Spirit, submitted to it without a murmur, and quietly retired to their respective villages. " The released captive was accompanied through the wilderness towards her home,...

The Early History of New England: Illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

Henry White - 1841 - 428 sivua
...at the daring deed, made no effort to rescue their victim from her deliverer. They viewed it as the act of the Great Spirit, submitted to it without a murmur, and quietly retired to their respective villages. "The released captive was accompanied through the wilderness towards her home,...




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