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" Moselekatse, had neither herd nor stall, but subsisted on locusts, roots, and the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the lions which abounded in the country. During the day the families descended to the shade beneath to dress their... "
The New sporting magazine - Side 20
1851
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The Sportsman

...beneath, to dress their daily food. When the inhabitants increased they supported the augmented weight ou the branches by upright sticks ; but when lightened...the same tree. his sport changes daily, his path is hcset with danger, and instead of being, as ho had always hitherto been, the aggressor, he hns now...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Volum 26

John William Carleton - 1851
...door with a babe at her breast, permission to oat. This she granted with pleasure, and soon brought mo more in a powdered state. Several more females came...that many families, both of birds and savages, dwell nt peace in the same tree. As Mr, Gordon. Gumming advances into the interior the character of his sport...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1842 - 624 sider
...peeled by Moselekatse, had neither herd nor stall, but subsisted on locusts, roots, and the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the...their load, they removed these for fire-wood. The following sketch of the tree (a species of ficus,) taken on the spot, will serve to illustrate what...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volum 4

1842
...peeled by Moselekatse, had neither herd nor stall, but subsisted on locusts, roots, and the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the...of their load, they removed these for fire-wood." — Moffat, pp!519, 520. On arriving at Mosel ekatse's first cattle post. Mr. Moffat wished to return,...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, Volum 4

S. Warrand - 1842
...abounded in the country. During the day the families descended to the shade beneath lo dress their-daily food. When the inhabitants increased, they supported...lightened of their load, they removed these for fire-wood. .. Our limits, will not allow us to particularize the feastings and dancings which accompanied our...
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and ..., Volum 4

1842
...the day the families descended to the shade beneath to dress their daily food. When the inhahitants increased , they supported the augmented weight on...lightened of their load, they removed these for fire-wood. * Our limits, will not allow us to particularize the feasting* and dancings which accompanied our author's...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1843 - 406 sider
...peeled by Moselekatse, had neither herd nor stall, but subsisted on locusts, roots, and the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the...lightened of their load, they removed these for firewood. As a proof of the necessity of such an expedient as above described, I may add, that during the day,...
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Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa

Robert Moffat - 1843 - 406 sider
...roots, and the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the lions which. abounded hi the country. During the day the families descended...lightened of their load, they removed these for firewood. ^ As a proof of the necessity of such an expedient as above described, I may add, that during the day,...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volum 1

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - 1843
...country. During the day the families descended to the shade beneath to dress their daily food. Wlion the inhabitants increased, they supported the augmented...lightened of their load they removed these for fire-wood. In the original work there is a wood engraving of the tree in which are perched those human nests....
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The Juvenile Missionary Magazine (and Annual)., Volumer 1-3

London missionary society - 1844
...Moselekatse, had neither herd nor stall, but subsisted on locusts, roots, and the produce of the chase. They adopted this mode of architecture to escape the...of their load, they removed these for firewood. The frontispiece, engraved from a sketch of the tree (a species of FicuiI taken on the spot, will serve...
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