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" The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals, in other respects, are superior to... "
Tait's Edinburgh magazine - Page 207
1857
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The Guardian, Volumes 32-33

Conduct of life - 1881
...when they seek out another spot and repeat the same process. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals...
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A Memoir of the Life and Labors of the Rev. Adoniram Judson. D.D.

Francis Wayland - Baptists - 1853
...when they seek out another spot, and repeat the same process. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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a memoir of the life and labors of the rev. adoniram judson, d.d.

francis wayland - 1853
...when they seek out another spot, and repeat the same process. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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Memoir of Sarah B. Judson of the American Mission to Burmah

Emily Chubbuck Judson - Missions - 1872 - 309 pages
...when they seek out another spot, and repeat the same process. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy, and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 5

John McClintock - Bible - 1873
...general languor about their movements. Mr. Judson in 1833 wrote of them as " a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues and few flagrant vices, greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy, indolent in their habits, their morals in other...
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Noble workers, a book of examples for young men, by H.A. Page

Alexander Hay Japp - 1875
...heart was set on once more teaching and preaching among the Karens, who are a meek, peaceful race ; simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle

Missions - 1881
...missionaries learned a number of interesting facts respecting these people. " They are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues, and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, and filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals in other...
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Error's Chains: How Forged and Broken. A Complete, Graphic, and Comparative ...

Frank Stockton Dobbins, Samuel Wells Williams, Isaac Hollister Hall - Idols and images - 1883 - 785 pages
...Pacific Isles. CHAPTER XIX* THE KARENS AND THEIR TRADITIONS. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues and few flagrant vices. Though greatlyaddicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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Error's Chains: How Forged and Broken. A Complete, Graphic, and Comparative ...

Frank Stockton Dobbins - Idols and images - 1883 - 753 pages
...Pacific Isles. . CHAPTER XIX* THE KARENS AND THEIR TRADITIONS. The Karens are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues and few flagrant vices. Though greatly addicted to drunkenness, extremely filthy and indolent in their habits, their morals,...
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Far Cathay and Farther India

Alexander Ruxton MacMahon, Alexander Buxton MacMahon - Burma - 1893 - 340 pages
...their adjacent mountain ranges. As the earlier missionaries wrote, ' They are a meek, peaceful race, simple and credulous, with many of the softer virtues and few flagrant vices.' They afford a marked contrast to the warlike and independent Bghais of the hilly regions, who differ as...
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