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I may add that the Count d'Artigas certainly belongs to that particular race which peoples the Dutch isles in the West Pacific, while Engineer Serko must be Levantine and Captain Spade of Italian origin.

But these wild people here, who shoot, and fight with knives, they are of all peoples in the world the most strict and the most moral, the most abhorrent of what is not their own custom of life.

Other European peoples pity the Poles or the Welsh for their violated borders; but Germans pity only themselves.

The principle here neglected, which may be called Mutuality by those who misunderstand and dislike the word Equality, does not offer so clear a distinction between the Prussian and the other peoples as did the first Prussian principle of an infinite and destructive opportunism; or, in other words, the principle of being unprincipled.

There is obligation and there is no obligation: sometimes it appears that Germany and England must keep faith with each other; sometimes that Germany need not keep faith with anybody and anything; sometimes that we alone among European peoples are almost entitled to be Germans; sometimes that beside us Russians and Frenchmen almost rise to a Germanic loveliness of character.

What is it that has made the British peoples thus defer not only their artificial parade of party politics but their real social and moral complaints and demands?

"The Examiners appointed by the Board of the Faculty of Natural Science give notice that Wilfrid Dyson Hambly, Jesus College, having submitted a dissertation on 'Tattooing and other forms of body-marking among primitive peoples,' will be publicly examined on Monday, November 12, at 2.30 p.m., in the Department of Social Anthropology, Barnett House.

Her fever smells better than other peoples' good health!

In one trail we found what gypsies would have called a "pateran," a couple of branches arranged crosswise, eight leaves to a branch; it had some special significance, belonging to that class of signals, each with some peculiar and often complicated meaning, which are commonly used by many wild peoples.

The address reprinted here has appeared in hundreds of editions, and has been an inspiration to thousands of peoples all over the world.

It's easier to have a good understanding when different peoples speak the same language.

And it's not only foreign peoples that speak a different tongue at times.

Life among the many peoples of the earth.

SEE Lands and peoples.

KEY TO AND PRIMER OF INTERLINGUA; or, Latin without inflections, meant to be used as an International auxiliary language amongst peoples of various mother tongues.

Peoples First National Bank & Trust Co. (E); 30Jan59; R230338.

YOUNG, DONALD. American minority peoples.

BEATTIE, JOHN W. Music of many lands and peoples.

MOREY, WILLIAM C. Countryman's edition of Morey's Ancient peoples, by William C. Morey & Irving N. Countryman.

PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLOTTESVILLE.

Peoples National Bank of Charlottesville (E); 27Jun61; R278097.

Foreign lands and peoples, including South America.

American lands and peoples.

Foreign lands and peoples.

Book 1: Peoples and countries.

The Hamitic peoples of Biblical times.

(In The story of the Hamitic peoples of the Old and New Testaments together with original subject illustrations and a condensed concordance on the Hamitic records by Elmo Jones)

Margaret Mortenson Landon (A); 13Aug70; R489713, 489715-489716, 489719. LANDS AND PEOPLES.

United we stand; the peoples of the United Nations.

pb id='320.png' /> CRESSEY, GEORGE B. Asia's lands and peoples: a geography of one-third the earth and two-thirds its people.

Asia's lands and peoples: a geography of one-third the earth and two-thirds its people.

The Pacific world; its vast distances, its lands and the life upon them, and its peoples.

SEE PHILIPS, JUDSON P. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.

Peoples National Bank (E); 22Feb72; R523561.

(The Peoples of America series)

R681393. Bibliography of the peoples and cultures of mainland Southeast Asia.

SEE Penn, Arthur A. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO., PITTSBURGH.

SEE Lands and peoples.

PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.

Peoples National Bank (E); 23Jul57; R196279.

YOUNG, DONALD. American minority peoples.

BEATTIE, JOHN W. Music of many lands and peoples.

AMERICAN BOOK CO. Countryman's edition of Morey's Ancient peoples.

SEE Scroggs, William O. COUNTRYMAN, IRVING N. Countryman's edition of Morey's Ancient peoples.

Foreign lands and peoples, including South America.

SEE BARROWS, HENRY R. Foreign lands and peoples.

Nature peoples.

SEE RUGG, HAROLD. Peoples and countries.

PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK, CHARLOTTESVILLE, executor of the Estate of Agnes Rothery.

Peoples National Bank (E); 8Feb65; R355401.

THOMPSON, HOLLAND, ed. Lands and peoples, the world in color.

Units in social studies; the problems, peoples and countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the isles of the Pacific.

Pays et nations, le monde en couleurs (Lands and peoples, the world in color) T.1-3.

Grolier, Inc. (PWH); 21Jul65; R365546. <pb id='365.png' /> Pays et nations, le monde en couleurs (Lands and peoples, the world in color) Vol.4-7.

THE EASTERN TEACHING ORIENTAL PHYSICS AND METAPHYSICS Western physical science, pursued with ardor and devotion for the past hundred years, has attained to a control over physical phenomena little short of magical, but in our understanding and mastery of subjective phenomena we are far behind those Eastern peoples who have made these matters the subject of study and experiment for thousands of years.

Their binding force among peoples.

Their binding force among peoples.

Rivers are frequently important, in connection with mountain ranges, as supplying natural boundaries for governments and peoples who dwell on either side; but, they likewise perform the more important office of binding with indissoluble bonds communities living along their banks and tributaries, from origin to outlet, making their interests common and

But they took no note of the harmony and fraternal feeling that must come between peoples so differing, when all have equal share in a government founded in justice, and on the broad principles of human right; and, last but not least, the important influence of those commercial relations which we sustain to each other, growing out of the general configuration and accessibility of the country occupied and governed.

SOCIAL BARRIERS Not content with hating one another cordially, the different races, peoples, and tribes have taken special pains at all times and everywhere to erect within their own limits a number of barriers against free choice and love.

RELIGIOUS PREJUDICE Among peoples sufficiently advanced to have dogmas, religion has always proved a strong barrier in the way of the free bestowal of affection.

"It is a result of the contempt which these peoples feel for women."

A writer in the Globus (Vol. 69, p. 358) sums up the observations of the medical missionary, G. Liengme, on suicides among the peoples of Africa.

" A SLAVE COAST LOVE-STORY Travelling a short distance northwest from Kamerun we reach the Slave Coast of West Africa, to which A.B. Ellis has devoted two interesting books, including chapters in the folklore of the Yoruba and Ewe-speaking peoples of this region.

In Ellis's book on the Ewe-speaking peoples of the Slave Coast, there is also a love-story (271) concerning a "Maiden who always refused."

While considering the love-affairs of Africans, Australians, and other uncivilized peoples, we were dealing with races whose lack of intelligence and delicacy in general made it natural to expect that their love, too, must be wanting in psychic qualities and refinement.

Westermarck (74) devotes half a page in fine type to an enumeration of the peoples among whom many such customs prevailed, and his list is far from being complete.

XX., for a list of monogamous peoples.

These errors of the heathen religions were not the voluntary inventions of the peoples who cultivated them, but were gradual and almost unavoidable corruptions of the truths which had been at first taught by Noah; and, indeed, so palpable are these corruptions, that they can be readily detected and traced to the original form from which, however much they might vary among different peoples, they had, at one time or another, deviated.

These errors of the heathen religions were not the voluntary inventions of the peoples who cultivated them, but were gradual and almost unavoidable corruptions of the truths which had been at first taught by Noah; and, indeed, so palpable are these corruptions, that they can be readily detected and traced to the original form from which, however much they might vary among different peoples, they had, at one time or another, deviated.

The dogmas of the unity of God and the immortality of the soul were lost sight of, and the first deviation from the true worship occurred in the establishment of Sabianism, or the worship of the sun, moon, and stars, among some peoples, and the deification of men among others.

When we declared ourselves an independent nation there were on our borders three groups of Indian peoples.

In the works of the early travellers we read the names of many other Indian nations; but whether these were indeed separate peoples, or branches of some of those already mentioned, or whether the different travellers spelled the Indian names in widely different ways, we cannot say.

But when moved west of the Mississippi, instead of their spirit being broken, they became more warlike than ever, and throughout the present century they have been the most renowned fighters of all the Indian peoples, and, moreover, they have been celebrated for their roving, adventurous nature.

But the other great colonizing peoples of antiquity, the Greeks and Phoenicians, spread in an entirely different way.

The Romans promised first their good offices with the Gauls, afterwards material support; and thus were brought face to face those two peoples, fated to continue for four centuries a struggle which was to be ended only by the complete subjection of Gaul.

All the people of Rome had fled, and were wandering over the country, or seeking a refuge amongst neighboring peoples.

To this epoch belonged those marvels of daring recorded in Roman tradition, those acts of heroism tinged with fable, which are met with amongst so many peoples, either in their earliest age, or in their days of great peril.

Then commenced the second period of struggles between the two peoples.

Prevision and exact calculation do not count for so much in the lives of governments and of peoples.

Where there are strength and ability, the want of foresight, the fears, the weaknesses, the dissensions of men, whether individuals or peoples, may be for a long while calculated upon; but it may be carried too far.

Three years afterwards, in 777, he had convoked at Paderborn, in Westphalia, that general assembly of his different peoples at which Wittikind did not attend, and which was destined to bring upon the Saxons a more and more obstinate war.

We do not possess, in reference to these continual struggles of the Northmen with the Gallo-Frankish populations, any other document which is equally precise and complete, or which could make us so well acquainted with all the incidents, all the phases of this irregular warfare between two peoples, one without a government, the other without a country.

The families of plebeians were the chief families of the vanquished peoples; and though placed by defeat in a position of inferiority, they were not any the less aristocratic families, powerful but lately in their own cities, encompassed by clients, and calculated from the very first to dispute with their conquerors the possession of power.

No national interest, no public ground, was provocative of war between the two peoples; it was a war of personal ambition, like that which in the eleventh century William the Conqueror had carried into England.

Faith and hope fill a prominent place in the lives of peoples as well as of individuals; having sprung into real existence in 1355, the states-general of France found themselves alive again in 1789; and we may hope that, after so long a trial, their rebuffs and their mistakes will not be more fatal to them in our day.

The question of rivalry between the two kings and the two peoples had thus been transferred into Spain, and for the moment the victory remained with France.

Tired of so many ineffectual efforts, Edward III. was twice obliged, between 1375 and 1377, to conclude with Charles V. a truce, just to give the two peoples, as well as the two kings, breathing-time; but the truces were as vain as the petty combats for the purpose of putting an end to this great struggle.

The light and mocking tone of these letters, the constant comparison between the two peoples, with many a gibe at the English, but always turning to their advantage, the preference given to the philosophical system of Newton over that of Descartes, lastly the attacks upon religion concealed beneath the cloak of banterall this was more than enough to ruffle the tranquillity of Cardinal Fleury.

Out of an inland province of a vast continent this island was made, all the land upon it having been submerged, and all the peoples that dwelt to north and to south, to east and to west, having been drowned.

The latter half of the nineteenth century brought into being a grass-roots movement of peoples demanding everything from petty reforms of administrative machinery to planned revolutionary transformations of the established monopoly capitalist structure.

These countries and peoples were located chiefly in Eurasia.

These countries and peoples were mainly Afro-Asian.

4. Countries and peoples still under the political, economic and cultural umbrella of the formerly dominant empires were at different stages in the completion of the bourgeois revolution.

Democratic socialists Cheddi and Janet Jagan helped to organize the Peoples Progressive Party of British Guyana.

The electoral system under which the Peoples Progressive Party had won its victories was altered in London and Jagan was replaced by a system of proportional representation under which the P.P.P. was defeated and a new regime inaugurated.

Throughout the struggle the Peoples Progressive Party had insisted upon winning popular majorities as a basis for establishing socialism in the colony by democratic methods and legal means.

As a consequence of this counter-revolutionary conspiracy, the Peoples Progressive Party was forced out of office and an administration favorable to British, United States and native Guyanese capital was substituted.

But naturally Celts and other race-elements have in the course of centuries entered into the composition of these peoples.

You will deliver the peoples of three-quarters of the globe into hopeless slavery; you will lose, perhaps for ever, the opportunity of democracy; you will establish the grossest kind of militarism for all time.