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" Hunimaun, the divine ape, who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temples, putting their impertinent heads and hands into every fruiterer's or confectioner's... "
Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India: From Calcutta ... - Page 246
by Reginald Heber - 1828
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The American Quarterly Review, Volume 4

1828
...way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape, who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...called, occur at every turn, adorned with idols, and semling out an unceasing tinkling and strumming of vinas, biyals, and other discordant instruments,...
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American Quarterly Review, Volume 4

Robert Walsh - 1828
...way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape, who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...children at their meals. Faqueer's houses, as they arc called, occur at every turn, adorned with idols, and sending out an unceasing tinkling and strumming...
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical ..., Volume 3

Josiah Conder - 1828
...way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Raina, are, in some parts of the town, equally numerous, clinging...and hands into every fruiterer's or confectioner's simp, and snatching the food from the children at their meals. Fakeer's houses, as they iire called,...
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The Friend, Volume 1

Robert Smith - 1829
...make way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaum, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...the food from the children at their meals. Faqueer's lions, s, as they are called, occur at every turn, adorned with idols, and sending out an unceasing...
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Some Account of the Life of Reginald Heber

Reginald Heber - 1829 - 244 pages
...way for the ton] on. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...snatching the food from the children at their meals. Fakirs' houses, as they are called, occur at every turn, adorned with idols, and sending out an unceasing...
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The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science ..., Volume 1

1829
...way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape, who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...temples, putting their impertinent heads and hands inlo every fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and snatching the food from the children at their meals....
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Biography of Reginald Heber, Lord Bishop of Calcutta: Abridged for the Use ...

Leonard Crocker Bowles - 1831 - 352 pages
...fanatic population. Monkeys, sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...temples, putting their impertinent heads and hands into eveiy fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and snatching the food from the children at their meals....
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View in the East, with historical and descriptive illustrations

Robert Elliot - 1833
...make way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunooman, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...all the roofs and little projections of the temples, and putting their impertinent heads or hands into every fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and snatching...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

1834 - 24 pages
...make way for the Tonjon. Monkeys, sacred to Hanuman, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...impertinent heads and hands into every fruiterer's and confectioner's shop, and snatching the 30 Narrative gf a Journey, &c. vol.i. p 372, 373. food from...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Hindus - 1834
...make way for the Tonjon. Monkeys, sacred to Hanuman, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...impertinent heads and hands into every fruiterer's and confectioner's shop, and snatching the 30 Narrative of a Journey, Sec. vol.i. p 372, 373. food...
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