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And truly he justified the epithet, for great, fabulously great, was Akbar as man, general, statesman and ruler, all in all a prince who deserves to be known by every one whose heart is moved by the spectacle of true human greatness. Vol. IV, Pt. II, Berlin, 1887; but especially Count F.A. von Noer, Kaiser Akbar, ein Versuch über die Geschichte Indiens im sechzehnten Jahrhundert, Vol.

The poor "Indiens Galibis" struck me as really more interesting a group of stunted savages who formed one of the attractions of the place and were confined in a pen in the open air, with a rabble of people pushing and squeezing, hanging over the barrier, to look at them. They had no grimace, no pretension to be new, no desire to catch your eye.

"And why so?" said Paganel, touched in his weak point. "Because, if you allow the word AUSTRALIE! you must also allow the word INDIENS, and Indians are never seen there." Paganel was not the least surprised at this rejoinder. Doubtless he expected it, for he began to smile, and said: "My dear Glenarvan, don't triumph over me too fast.

Barth, The Religions of India, in Trübner's Oriental Series. Herrmann Oldenberg, Die Religion der Veda, 1894. Bergaigne, La Religion Védique, 3 vols., 1878-83. E. Hardy, Die Vedisch Brahmanische Periode der Religion des alten Indiens. Lehmann, in De la Saussaye. Rhys Davids, Oxford Proceedings, vol. i. p. 1, sqq. II. Brahmanism

The poor "Indiens Galibis" struck me as really more interesting, a group of stunted savages who formed one of the attractions of the place, and were confined in a pen in the open air, with a rabble of people pushing and squeezing, hanging over the barrier, to look at them. They had no grimace, no pretension to be new, no desire to catch your eye.

I am going to floor you completely, and never was an Englishman more thoroughly defeated than you will be. It will be the revenge for Cressy and Agincourt." "I wish nothing better. Take your revenge, Paganel." "Listen, then. In the text of the document, there is neither mention of the Indians nor of Patagonia! The incomplete word INDI does not mean INDIENS, but of course, INDIGENES, aborigines!

The state of geographical knowledge at the beginning of the period of explorations is well described in C. R. Beazley, Introduction to the volume of the Hakluyt Society's publications for 1899. F. Kunstmann, Die Kenntniss Indiens in XV. Jahrhunderts ; and G. H. Pertz, Der Aelteste Versuch zur Entdeckung des Seeweges nach Ostindien , describe two important phases of that subject.

The names Patagonia, Australia, New Zealand, had appeared to him in turn with absolute certainty. CONTIN, at first CONTINENT, had gradually reached its true meaning, continuelle. Indi had successively signified indiens, indigenes, and at last the right word was found INDIGENCE. But one mutilated word, ABOR, had baffled the geographer's sagacity.

Castin and she herself a well educated woman. The genealogist of the d'Abbadie St. Castin family, however, uses rather grandiloquent language when he styles the mother of Anastasie St. Castin, "Mathilde Matacawando, princess indienne, fille de Matacawando, general-en-chef des indiens Abenakis."