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" The depredators are usually mounted on camels, and furnished, according to the distance they have to go, with food, consisting of dates, sour cheese, and bread ; they also carry water in a small leathern bag, if requisite, which is often the case in the... "
Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde: Accompanied by a Geographical and ... - Page 58
by Sir Henry Pottinger - 1816 - 423 pages
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robert finch - 1816
...°kre almost always conducted under the immediate superintendance and orders of the chiefs, they form a considerable source of profit to them. The depredators...march incessantly till within a few miles of the point where the chupao is to commence, and then halt in a jungle, or some unfrequented spot, in order to...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

English literature - 1816
...immediate superintendence and orders of the chiefs, they form a very considerable source 549] [5-52 6i' profit to them. The depredators are usually mounted...dates, sour cheese, and bread -, they also carry water iti a small leathern bag, if requisite, which is often the case amidst their deserts. When all is prepared...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...are here called Chupaos; and as they are almost always conducted under the immediate superintendence and orders of the chiefs., they form a very considerable...march incessantly till within a few miles of the point when« the Chupao is to commence, and then halt in a jungul or some unfrequented spot, in order to...
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A Ride to India Across Persia and Baluchistan

Harry De Windt - Balochistān (Pakistan) - 1891 - 339 pages
...unpleasant rencontre with these armed bands, thus describes one of these plundering expeditions — " The depredators are usually mounted on camels, and...distance they have to go, with food, consisting of dates, goat's milk, and cheese. They also carry water in a small skin-bag, if requisite, which is often the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 15

1816
...lawless incursions, during which these outrages and cruelties are committed, are here called C/ieepaos; and as they are almost always conducted under the...midst of their deserts. When all is prepared they set oft', and march incessantly till within a few miles of the point whence the cheepao is to commence,...
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