A Philsophical and Political History of the Settlements and Trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies, Том 2

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Стр. 201 - Jregs would excite a fecond fermentation, that would alter the dye, fpoil its colour, and make what is called burnt indigo. Thefe accidents are prevented by a clofe attention to the leaft alterations that the dye undergoes, and by the precaution which the workmen take to draw out a little of it from time to time in a clean veflel.
Стр. 201 - If the agitation be difcontinued too foon, the part that is ufed in dying, not being fufficiently feparated from the fait, would be loft. If, on the other hand, the dye were to be agitated too long after the complete feparation, the parts would be brought together again, and form...
Стр. 249 - THE proceffion was now pretty near the palace, which was occupied by Pizarro, when a dominican, named Vincent de Valverdo, with a crucifix in one hand, and his breviary in the other, came up to the emperor. He...
Стр. 194 - The dignity which it has been agreed to annex to thefe enjoyments, has made them better ceconomifts, and more laborious.. This cafe, however, is far from being univerfal ; it is even very uncommon in the vicinity of the mines, towns, and great roads, where tyranny feldom fleeps : but we often find it with fatisfaelion in remote parts where the Spaniards are not numerous, and where they have in forne meafure become Mexicans.
Стр. 249 - The emperor, who heard him with a great deal of patience, replied, "lam very willing to be the friend of the king of Spain, but not his vassal / the pope must surely be a very extraordinary man, to give so liberally what does not belong to him. I shall not change my religion for another-, and if the Christians adore a God who died upon a cross, I worship the sun who never dies...
Стр. 267 - The new governor marched into the heart of the empire, to reduce such places as refused to acknowledge his authority. A multitude of ruffians joined him on his march. His army breathed nothing but vengeance and plunder: every thing gave way before it. If the military talents of the general had equalled the ardour of his troops, the war had ended here. Unhappily for Almagro, he had lost his conductor, John de Herrada. His inexperience made him fall into the snares that were laid for him by Peter Alvares,...
Стр. 195 - The great river, on which this town is fituated, is the fpot on which the inhabitants continually difplay their dexterity and their courage. They form naval armies with their boats. They engage, attack, and defend themfelves, with furprifing agility. They excel no lefs in the chace of bulls, cudgeling, dancing, and all bodily exercifes.
Стр. 271 - He was recalled from exile, and foon collected a fufficient number of forces to enable him to take the field. Civil commotions were then renewed with extreme fury by both parties. No quarter was afked or given on either fide. The Indians took part in this as they had done in the preceding...
Стр. 316 - This branch of trade, however, infinitely lefs contributed to give reputation to Panama, than the advantage which it hath long enjoyed of being the mart of all the productions of the country of the Incas that are deftined for the old world. Thefe riches, which are brought hither by a fmall fleet, were carried, fome on mules, others by the river Chagres, to Porto Bello, that is fituated on the northern Office of the Panama Canal Company. coaft of the ifthmus which feparates the two feas.
Стр. 437 - Lifbon ordered a furvey to be taken of the harbours, bays, rivers, and coafts of Brazil...

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