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and whose population represents every period in the history of civilization. On the coast of New-Guinea, finally, we can become acquainted with the savages living almost in a natural state : Papoeas, with high wooly crowns, who shoot the birds-of-paradise with their reed arrows out of blowing-pipes, and carve wonderful idol-images from the trunks of trees.
Thus every inhabitant of
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book also attribute to an increased travelling in lnsulinde, so that before long a description by eye-witnesses of the regions, not yet mentioned in this book, may be added to the contents.