“On one occasion he was lost, with one or two followers, and having been seized by some natives, carried immediately before their cazique, or chief.”
“ Among the Lengua Indians of the Gran Chaco every clan has its cazique or chief, but he possesses little authority.”
“Among the Lengua Indians of the Gran Chaco every clan has its cazique or chief, but he possesses little authority.”
“Islands, once, I had to do the same thing to a cazique who was going to cook and eat a very pretty young girl of his own retainers.”
“Upon the following morning he received a summons from the cazique.”
“An hour afterwards Roger started with the cazique, and a numerous body of the latter's counselors and attendants.”
“She did so, General," Roger said; "and I fear at the cost of her own -- she and a noble young cazique, who was a brother to me, when I was living at Tezcuco.”
“Almost every day the chief sent for him, for a talk; but as neither party could understand the other, these conversations generally ended by a sudden loss of temper, on the part of the cazique, at being unable to obtain the information he required as to the origin of his visitor, and the object with which he had come to his country.”
“The cazique was speaking the truth, but not the whole truth.”
“As soon, therefore, as the cazique had left, they addressed Roger in terms of high respect, and presented to him some of their most handsome feather robes, tiaras with plumes, ornaments, and arms.”
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