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" ... and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow." " You have acted rashly," said De Soto to him, bluntly ; " Atahuallpa has been basely slandered. "
Columbian Historical Novels - Page 298
by John Roy Musick - 1895
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The life, travels and adventures of Ferdinand de Soto: discoverer of the ...

Lambert A. Wilmer - 1858 - 532 pages
...De Soto, as he pushed the soldier aside and entered the chamber. Pizarro was seated on a lowstool, "with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes, and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow."* De Soto perceived that the caitiff had...
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Cortes and Pizarro

William Dalton - 1862 - 499 pages
...indignation at the crime committed, that he at once sought the presence of the general, whom he found " with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes, and in his dress and demeanour exhibiting all the show of sorrow." " You have acted rashly," said the indignant...
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Stories of the conquests of Mexico and Peru

William Dalton - 1872 - 499 pages
...indignation at the crime committed, that he at once sought the presence of the general, whom he found " with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes, aud in his dress and demeanour exhibiting all the show of sorrow." "You have acted rashly," said the...
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Peru, Volume 1

William Hickling Prescott - 1900
...had been done in his absence. He sought out Pizarro at once, and found him, says the chronicler, " with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes," and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow." " You have acted rashly," said De Soto...
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Hernando De Soto

Walter Malone - 1914 - 631 pages
...been done during his absence. He sought out Pizarro at once, and he found him, says the chronicler, 'with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes,' and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow. 'You have acted rashly,' said De Soto...
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Casual Wanderings in Ecuador

Blair Niles - 1923 - 249 pages
...Inca Atahualpa. . . . And then there came Pizarro, the Inca's murderer, strutting about that plaza, with a great felt hat by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes; a man with no knowledge of the past, no vision of the future, striding in solemn hypocrisy. Pizarro,...
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Casual Wanderings in Ecuador

Blair Niles - 1923 - 249 pages
...Inca Atahualpa. . . . And then there came Pizarro, the Inca's murderer, strutting about that plaza, with a great felt hat by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes; a man with no knowledge of the past, no vision of the future, striding in solemn hypocrisy. Pizarro,...
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The Conquests of Mexico And Peru

William H. Prescott - 2005 - 572 pages
...what had been done In his absence. He sought out Pizarro at once, and found him, says the chronicler, "with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes," and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow.89 "You have acted rashly," said De Soto...
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The History of the Conquest of Mexico & Peru - Volume II, Volume 2

William H. Prescott - 2006 - 572 pages
...what had been done in his absence. He sought out Pizarro at once, and found him, says the chronicler, "with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes," and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow.81* "You have acted rashly," said Be Soto...
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History of the conquest of Peru ... ed. by W. H. Munro ... and comprising ...

William Hickling Prescott - 1904
...had been done in his absence. He sought out Pizarro at once, and found him, says the chronicler, " with a great felt hat, by way of mourning, slouched over his eyes," and in his dress and demeanor exhibiting all the show of sorrow.39 " You have acted rashly," said De Soto...
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