TWENTY YEARS IN TIIE PHILIPPIN KS.
la?al Indiana poonaiug nae.
upon it with courage, and I succeeded in obtaining over the Indians such an influence, that they ultimately obeyed my voice as they would that of a parent. The character of the Tagaloc is extremely difficult to define. Lavater and Gall would have been very much embarrassed by it ; for both physiognomy and craniology would be, perhaps, equally at a loss amongst the Philippines.
The natural disposition of the Tagal Indian is a mixture of vices and virtues, of good and bad qualities. A worthy priest has said, when speaking of them : " They are great children and must be treated as if they were little ones."
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