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" I could not get him to go alone, and whenever we heard any ol the strange noises mentioned above, he used to tremble with fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back. He became easy only after he had made a charm to protect us from... "
Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4 - Page 116
1864
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Hall's Journal of Health, 20. köide

1873
...and sometimes comes down to the nxjas to steal the mandioca. At one time I had a Mameluco youth iii my service whose head was full of the legends and...into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track. WHAT SNOW WATER MAY HOLD. THE Montreal Star says that Dr. Edwards has addressed a communication to...
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New Monthly Magazine, 127–128. köide

1863
...the rocas to steal the mandioco. " At one time," Mr. Bates relates, " I had a Mameluco (cross-breed) youth in my service, whose head was full of the legends...from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, and formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track." With all...
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william harrison ainsworth - 1863
...the rocas to steal the mandioco. " At one time," Mr. Bates relates, " I had a Mameluco (cross-breed) youth in my service, whose head was full of the legends...from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, and formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track." With all...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures ..., 1. köide

Henry Walter Bates - 1863 - 351 lehte
...went with me into the forest ; in fact, I could not get him to go alone, and whenever we heard any ol the strange noises mentioned above, he used to tremble...into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track. At length, after a six hours' walk, we arrived at our destination, the last mile or two having been...
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The Living Age ..., 78. köide

1863
...the strange noises mentioned above, he used to tremble with fear. He would crouch down behind n», and beg of me to turn back. He became easy only after...from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, and formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track." With all...
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Beadle's Monthly

1866
...with fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back ; his alarm ceasing only when he had made a charm to protect us from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, and formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track." The boas...
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Beadle's Monthly, 2. köide

1866
...with fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back ; his alarm ceasing only when he had made a charm to protect .us from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, and formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track." The boas...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...to tremble with fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back ; his alarm ceasing only after he had made a charm to protect us from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, aud formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track. At length,...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...to tremble with fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back ; his alarm ceasing only after he had made a charm to protect us from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, aud formed it into a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track. At length,...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...fear. He would crouch down behind me, and beg of me to turn back ; his alarm ceasing only after he bad made a charm to protect us from the Curupira. For this purpose he took a young palm-leaf, plaited it, aud formed it mto a ring, which he hung to a branch on our track. At length,...
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