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The natives of this part of the island became very friendly, as soon as they had recovered from their first suspicions.

The arts in general are carried among these people to a greater degree of perfection than by the other natives of Sumatra.

The History of SumatraWilliam Marsden

Keep in mind that "the very ferocity of the natives of Tierra del Fuego protected them."

I felt little alarm about the natives, but I was afraid that some prowling beast might attack him.

In the Wilds of AfricaW.H.G. Kingston

The next morning a great crowd of natives had gathered, and were anxious to get into the boat.

King PhilipJohn S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

Good health and spirits were present, and the natives were friendly.

Notable VoyagersW.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith

Great indignation was expressed in parliament at this measure, and it was asserted that the dogs tore the natives in pieces.

He wished to govern England in law and order, and not to maltreat the natives.

It is wonderful what an amount of labor it costs to earn even the little the natives seem to care for.

As I travelled along I found the natives unobliging and afraid of me.

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