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" ... approach of night, they mount again; and, as soon as the inhabitants have retired to repose, they begin their attack by burning, destroying, and carrying off whatever comes in their way. They never think of resting for one moment during the Chupao,... "
Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde: Accompanied by a Geographical and ... - Page 59
by Sir Henry Pottinger - 1816 - 423 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 15

George Walter Prothero - 1816
...way. They never think of resting for one moment during the cheepao, but ride on over the territory in which it is made, at the rate of eighty or ninety...animals, each man, on an average, will have charge of ten <jr twelve : if practicable, they make a circuit, which enables them to return by a different route...
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robert finch - 1816
...whatever comes in their way. They never think of resting for one moment during the chupao, but ride over the territory on which it is made, at the rate...remove; and as they are very expert in the management of these animals, each man on an average will have charge of ten or twelve; if practicable, they make...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

English literature - 1816
...Chupao, but ride on, over the territory on which it is madę, at the rate of eighty or ninety miles я day, until they have loaded their camels with as much...animals, each man, on an average, will have charge often or twelve: if practicable, they make a circuit, which enables ihem to return by a different route...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 2

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...carrying off whatever conies in their way. They never rest for one moment during the chupao, but ride on, at the rate of eighty or ninety miles a day, until...have loaded their camels with as much pillage as they Lan possibly remove. If practicable, they make a circuit, which enables б f 'JO' l BHoochij tao. lUiitiŁons....
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A Ride to India Across Persia and Baluchistan

Harry De Windt - Balochistān (Pakistan) - 1891 - 339 pages
...approach of night they mount again, and, as soon as the inhabitants of a village have retired to rest, begin their attack by burning, destroying, and carrying...; and as they are very expert in the management of their animals, each man on an average will have charge of ten or twelve. If practicable, they make...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...unfrequented spot, in order to give their camels rest. On the approach of night, they mount again; aud as soon as the inhabitants have retired to repose,...of those animals, each man on an average, will have chargr* of ten or twelve : if practicable, they make a circuit, which enables them to return by a different...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1841
...think of resting for one moment during the chupao, but ride over the territory on which it is made, until they have loaded their camels with as much pillage...remove; and as they are very expert in the management of these animals, each man, on an average, will have ten or twelve in charge. If practicable, they make...
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