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" ... little less dark than a negro, which seems natural to the climate. The Portuguese natives form unions among themselves alone, or if they can, with Europeans. Yet the Portuguese have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black... "
Goa, and the Blue Mountains: or, Six months of sick leave - 103 페이지
저자: Sir Richard Francis Burton - 1851 - 368 페이지
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The Southern Review, 2권

1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as CafFies. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...the difference between the negro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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Narrative of a journey through the upper provinces of India, from Calcutta ...

Reginald Heber (bp. of Calcutta.) - 1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, . become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...the difference between the Negro and the European. It is true, that in the Negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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THE QUARTERLY REVIEW

JOHN MURRAY - 1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...the difference between the negro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., 10권

1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion which is sometimes made,...the difference between the negro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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THE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW VOL. IV

- 1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Cuffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...the difference between the Negro and the European. It is triir that in the Negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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Quarterly Review, 37권,73호

1828 - 590 페이지
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...the difference between the negro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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The American Quarterly Review, 7-8호

Robert Walsh - 1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes...account for the difference between the Negro and the Kuropean. It is true that in the Negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, anil to which...
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The Quarterly Review, 37권

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1828
...three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Carfres. Surely this goes far to rlL-j,rove the assertion, which is sometimes made, that climate...the difference between the negro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., 10권

1828
...have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion which is sometimes made,...insufficient to account for the difference between the n«rro and the European. It is true, that in the negro are other peculiarities which the Indian has...
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The London Medical Gazette: 1827/1828, 1권

1828
...years residence in India, become black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, that climate alone is insufficient to account for the difference between the negro and the European. It is true that in the negro are other peculiarities, which the Indian has not, and to which the Portuguese...
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