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" They are a mild, quiet, and timid people; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful; and, though extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each other, and not incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions.... "
Universal history Americanised: or, An historical view of the world, from ... - Page 183
by David Ramsay - 1819
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 25

1805
...They are a mild, quiet, and timid people; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful; and, diough extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that kind of art or cunning that savages...
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The Monthly Epitome, Volume 5

Great Britain - 1802
...They are a mild, quiet, and timid people; perfectly harmlefs, honed, faithful ; and, though extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each other, and not incapable of ftrong attachment*. A Hottentot would ihare his lad morfel with hii companions. They have little of...
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An Account of Travels Into the Interior of Southern Africa in the Years 1797 ...

Sir John Barrow - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - 1802 - 386 pages
...timid people ; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful ; and, though extremely phlegmatic, they arekindand affectionate to each other, and not incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that kind of art or cunning that savages...
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Universal history, ancient and modern, Volume 13

William Fordyce Mavor - 1807
...with. Having placed the decrepid old man upon an ox, a great part of the inhabitants accompany a.id conduct him to a hut erected for the purpose, in some...into action. Their indolence is a real disease ; the iinly remedy of which is terror. Rather than have the trouble of procuring food by the chace, or of...
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Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the ..., Volume 3

R. P. Forster - 1818
...They are a mild, quiet, and timid people ; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful; and, though extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that kind of art or cunning that savages...
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Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man: Delivered ...

Sir William Lawrence - Anatomy, Comparative - 1819 - 579 pages
...are a mild, quiet, and timid people ; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful ; and, though extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that kind of art or cunning that savages...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 3

...perfectly harmless, honest, and faithful ; and though extremely phleg223 Virtues of Savage Life. 224 malic, they are kind and affectionate to each other, and...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot •would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that art or cunning which savages usually...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 3

1821
...harmless, honest, and faithful j and though extremely phlcg223 Virtues of Savage Life. 224 roatic, they are kind and affectionate to each other, and...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that art or cunning which savages usually...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1823
...universally formed of them, he represents them to be " naturally a mild, harmless, honest, faithful people ; kind and affectionate to each other, and not incapable of strong attachments." In particular, he speaks of " their gratitude for any favour that is done them ;" and adds " I never...
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The Naturalist, Volume 1

Natural history - 1831
...They are a mild, quiet and timid people ; perfectly harmless, honest, faithful : and, though extremely phlegmatic, they are kind and affectionate to each...incapable of strong attachments. A Hottentot would share his last morsel with his companions. They have little of that kind of art or cunning that savages...
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