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" ... of similar masks and tails, attacks the castle of the giant Ravana, to deliver Seeta, a princess who has been stolen away by the giant and his evil spirits from her husband, Rama Chandra; a fruitless attempt having before been made by her husband... "
Life in India - Page 247
by Caleb Wright - 1854 - 304 pages
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Indian Recollections

John Statham - India - 1832 - 468 pages
...they would be at the top of some almond trees in the neighbourhood ; but if a native came quite close to them, they took no more notice of him than if he had been one of their own species. One of this sort of monkeys became quite familiar with the shopkeepers in Sulkea bazaar, and would help himself...
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India and Its Inhabitants

Caleb Wright - India - 1852 - 304 pages
...personified by some stout fellow, equipped with a mask and tail like a monkey, who, attended by an army of similar masks and tails, attacks the castle of...him : "My brother, you know I am a poor man ; do not take my sweetmeat balls; take them from other shops: there is a rich man over the way ; he has plenty...
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India and Its Inhabitants

Caleb Wright - India - 1855 - 304 pages
...us to make an offering to the monkeys, either of fruit or sweetmeats, plenty of which were for sa_e at the gates of the enclosure ; but this we declined....him : "My brother, you know I am a poor man ; do not take my sweetmeat balls ; take them from other shops : there is a rich man over the way ; he has plenty...
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Historic Incidents and Life in India

Caleb Wright, J. A. Brainerd - India - 1865 - 320 pages
...displayed was truly astonishing. Behind my premises was a long building, formerly used as a ropewalk, the flat roof of which was their favorite place of...him : 'My brother, you know I am a poor man ; do not take my sweetmeat balls ; take them from other shops ; there is a rich man over the way j he has plenty...
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Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo: With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion ...

Hinrich Rink - Eskimos - 1875 - 472 pages
...they could even kill a bear without any weapon. At first they gave him a blow, and when he turned upon them they took no more notice of him than if he had been a hare, but merely took hold of him by the legs and smashed him to pieces. When these results had been...
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Thankful rest

Annie S. Swan - Aunts - 1885 - 143 pages
...Goldthwaite's letter. So much did it upset her, that he had to depart without his glass of cider, for she took no more notice of him than if he had been one of the pillars at the door. It was eleven o'clock almost; it would take her every moment to dress and...
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Ronald Lindsay

May Wynne - 1905 - 309 pages
...hesitating and wholly at a loss, whilst she, apparently absorbed in an artless conversation with Bevis, took no more notice of him than if he had been one of the fallow deer which cropped the grass close by. Nevertheless, she knew he was there well enough,...
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India and Its Inhabitants

Caleb Wright - India - 1996 - 304 pages
...personified by some stout fellow, equipped with a mask and tail like a monkey, who, attended by an army of similar masks and tails, attacks the castle of...more notice of him than if he had been one of their pwn species. One of these monkeys became quite familiar with the shop-- keepers in the bazaar, and...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 34

Nineteenth century - 1893
...George Cannell and another. As they passed him he looked at them both with that terrible smile, but they took no more notice of him than if he had been a clod of mud by the wayside. Who was that other ? He was the bully of the parish, a hulking, powerful...
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