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Or James is said of ja and of cobar, which is as much to say as the burden or weight of God.
By the pressure of the hand, at the touch of a concealed spring, a barbed point flew forth steeped in venom more deadly than the Indian extracts from the bag of the cobar de capello, -- a venom to which no antidote is known, which no test can detect.
Indian extracts from the bag of the cobar de capello, -- a venom to which no antidote is known, which no test can detect.
3G cobar islands, yet constant practice and experi - ence gave me by degrees sufficient skill to distin - guish what was really worthy the attention of naturalists.
Letters on the Nicobar islands, their natural productions, and the manners, customs, and superstitions of the natives; with an account of an attempt made by the Church of the United Brethren, to convert them to Christianity