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Bøker Bok 110 av 30... in an ample covering of scarlet cloth ; he was surrounded by twenty or thirty...
" ... in an ample covering of scarlet cloth ; he was surrounded by twenty or thirty young fellows, and by them protected from the desperate attacks made upon him by a party of young women. On seeking an explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the... "
A Personal Narrative of Thirteen Years Service Amongst the Wild Tribes of ... - Side 42
av Sir John Campbell - 1864 - 320 sider
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The Literary World, Volum 7

1877
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his...to regain possession of her, and hurled stones and bamboo at the head of the devoted bridegroom until he reached the confines of his own village." The...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1863
...erplanation ó: this novel scene, I was told that the mnn had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his...appears is the custom, were seeking to regain possession ol her, and hurled stones and bamboos at the head of the devoted bridegroom, until he reached the confines...
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The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries

Edward J. Wood - 1869 - 299 sider
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his...confines of his own village. Then the tables were turned, and the bride was fairly won ; and off her young friends scampered, screaming and laughing, but not...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 sider
...scene, I was told that the man had just ' been married, and his precious burden was his bloom' ing bride, whom he was conveying to his own village. '...hurled ' stones and bamboos at the head of the devoted bride' groom, until he reached the confines of his own vil' lage.' * Dalton mentions that among the...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 sider
...scene, I was told that the man had just ' been married, and his precious burden was his bloom' ing bride, whom he was conveying to his own village. '...hurled ' stones and bamboos at the head of the devoted bride' groom, until he reached the confines of his own vil' lage.' l Dalton mentions that among the...
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Sparkling spray of fact and fiction, miscellany [in prose and verse].

Annie E. Hoffman - 1882
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his...village. Her youthful friends — as, it appears, was the custom — were seeking to regain possession of her, and hurled stones and bamboos at the head...
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Studies in Ancient History: Comprising a Reprint of Primitive Marriage. An ...

John Ferguson McLennan - 1886 - 387 sider
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his...bridegroom, until he reached the confines of his own village.3 Then the tables were e> 1 M'Pherson's Report, ut tupra. 2 Personal Narrative of Service,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1887
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his own village." What may be the meaning of lifting the bride over a charcoal fire it is difficult to say. It has been...
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The Library Magazine

1888
...explanation of this novel scene, I was told that the man had just been married, and his precious burden was his blooming bride, whom he was conveying to his own village. " What may be the meaning of lifting the bride over a charcoal fire it is difficult to say. It has...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volum 39

1891
...young men, carries off the bride, in spite of the desperate attacks of her female friends, who hurl stones and bamboos at the head of the devoted bridegroom, until he reaches the confines of his own village. The same form is observed by the Kolams of the Pindi Hills...
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