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" The Africans have less of sentiment in their love affairs than Europeans ; they have no stolen interviews — no rambling in verdant fields — no affectionate squeezes of the hand — no language of the eyes — no refined feeling — no moonlight reveries... "
Records of Captain Clapperton's Last Expedition to Africa - Página 138
por Richard Lander - 1830
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen100,Parte1;Volumen147

1830
...to harass and perplex him, because it is painful for him to think at all, and he does not think." " The Africans have less of sentiment in their love...the hand — no language of the eyes — no refined feellug — no moonlight reveries ; all is conducted in the most unpoetical business-like way imaginable,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volumen100

1830
...harass and perplex him, because it is painful for him to think at all, and he does mil think." •« The Africans have less of sentiment in their love...have no stolen interviews — no rambling in verdant (-'(•Ms — no affectionate squeezes of the hand — no language of the eyes — no refined feeljng...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical ..., Volumen3

James Bell - 1832
...ceremony. When they get tired of each other, the fatha is again read, and the couple part for ever, with as much coolness and unconcern as if they had...The Africans have less of sentiment in their love affaire than Europeans. They have no stolen interviews, no rambling in verdant fields, no affectionate...
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The Constitution of Society: As Designed by God

Daniel Bishop - 1835 - 639 páginas
...ceremony. When they get tired of each other, the fatha is again read, and the couple part for ever with as much coolness and unconcern as if they had been utter strangers to each other. The Africans have less of sentiment in their love affairs than Europeans. They have no stolen interviews,...
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The Flooding of the Sahara: An Account of the Proposed Plan for Opening ...

Donald Mackenzie - 1877 - 287 páginas
...settlement. When they get tired of each other, the fatlia is again read, and the couple part for ever with as much coolness and unconcern as if they had been utter strangers to each other, a custom said to be greatly relished by every one, and not attended by any unpleasant consequences....
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