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" The poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being first stupefied with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords, on the head, back and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, she is then dragged away through... "
The Evolution of Woman: An Inquiry Into the Dogma of Her Inferiority to Man - Page 140
by Eliza Burt Gamble - 1894 - 356 pages
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The Wonders of Nature and Art: Or, A Concise Account of Whatever ..., Volume 11

Thomas Smith - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1804
...necessarily observed, and the destined victim is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Having been first stupefied with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords on the head, back, and shoulders, she is dragged through the woods by one arm with a degree of violence which one might suppose would...
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The Wonders of Nature and Art: Or, A Concise Account of Whatever ..., Volume 9

Thomas Smith - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1806
...necessarily observed, and the destined victim is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Having been first stupefied with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords on the head, back, and shoulders, she is dragged through the •woods by one arm with a degree of violence which one might suppose would...
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An Essay on the Principle of Population: Or, a View of Its Past ..., Volume 1

Thomas Robert Malthus - Electronic books - 1809
...the absence of her protectors, and having first stupified her with blows of a club, or wooden sword, on the head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, he drags her through the woods by one arm, regardless of the stones and broken pieces of trees that...
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An Essay on the Principle of Population, as it Affects the Future ..., Volume 1

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1809
...the absence of her protectors, and having first stupificd her with blows of a club, or wooden sword, on the head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, he drags her through the woods by one arm, regardless of the stones and broken pieces of trees that...
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The History of New South Wales from Its First Discovery to the Present Time ...

G. Paterson - Aboriginal Australians - 1811 - 624 pages
...dignified with the title of men,) and with whom they are at enmity. Secrecy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being first stupified with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords, on the head, back, and shoulders, every...
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Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages and Travels from the ..., Volume 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...dignified with the title of men) and with whom they are at enmity. Secrecy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being first stupified with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords, on the head, back, and shoulders, every...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 23

Christianity - 1829
...dignified by the title of men,) and with whom they are at enmity. Secrecy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being first stupified with blows, inflicted with clubs or wooden swords on the head, back, and shoulders, every...
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The Missionary Chronicle, Volume 5

1837
...Their wives are always selected from women of a different tribe. Secrecy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being stupefied with blows, inflicted with a club, on the head and shoulders, she is dragged with violence...
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Foreign Missionary Chronicle

1838
...Their wives are always selected from women of a different tribe. Secresy is necessarily observed, and the poor wretch is stolen upon in the absence of her protectors. Being stupified with blows, inflicted with a club on the head and shoulders, she is dragged with violence...
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History of Civilisation, Volume 2

William Alexander Mackinnon - Civilization - 1846
...the absence of her protectors, and having first stupified her with blows of a club, or wooden sword, on the head, back, and shoulders, every one of which is followed by a stream of blood, he drags her through the woods by one arm, regardless of the stones and broken pieces of trees that...
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