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Africa animal appeared approached arms attack Bakalai beast beautiful became began birds body brought called camp canoe carried CHAPTER close coming cooked course covered dark dead death elephant eyes face fear feet fellow felt fire fish forest four friends Gambo gave give gone gorilla hand hard head hear heard huge hunt inside Island killed kind King knew land leaves leopard live looked Malaouen meat morning move nests never night noise once parrots passed piece plantains poor Quengueza Querlaouen reached river round seemed seen shouted side skin slaves sleep smoked snake soon spirits stood story strange suddenly sure tell thing thought told took trees tremendous village wanted watch whole wild wild boars wish women wonder woods young
Seite 55 - He was not afraid of us. He stood there, and beat his breast with his huge fists till it resounded like an immense bass-drum, which is their mode of offering defiance ; meantime giving vent to roar after roar.
Seite 54 - This was the gorilla, I knew at once, by the eager and satisfied looks of the men. They looked once more carefully at their guns, to see if by any chance the powder had fallen out of the pans ; I also examined mine, to make sure that all was right ; and then we marched on cautiously.
Seite 6 - Mayhew's Wonders of Science ; or, Young Humphrey Davy (the Cornish Apothecary's Boy, who taught himself Natural Philosophy, and eventually became President of the Royal Society). The Life of a Wonderful Boy written for Boys.
Seite 106 - ... hopelessly tipsy, and incapable of reasonable speech. He babbled some unintelligible jargon, and presently the palaver was declared over. While he was being questioned, about one hundred people sat around with sticks in their hands. These they beat regularly upon the ground, and sung in a monotone, " If he is a witch, let the mboundou kill him. " If he is not, let the mboundou go out.
Seite 64 - In the recess there was an island like the first, having a lake, and in this there was another island full of wild men. But much the greater part of them were women, with hairy bodies, whom the interpreters called
Seite 124 - ... body or hind claws. Thus they form a high, safe tubular bridge, through which the whole vast regiment marches in regular order. If disturbed, or if the arch is broken by the violence of some animal, they instantly attack the offender with the greatest animosity.