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Page 5 - Callaway. — THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF THE AMAZULU. Part I. — Unkulunkulu; or, the Tradition of Creation as existing among the Amazulu and other Tribes of South Africa, in their own words, with a translation into English, and Notes.
Page 7 - A ZULU-KAFIR DICTIONARY, etymologically explained, with copious Illustrations and examples, preceded by an introduction on the ZuluKafir Language. By the Rev. JL DOHNE. Royal 8vo. pp. xlii. and 418, sewed. Cape Town, 1857.
Page lxv - Earnest among the thoughtless, awake among the sleepers, the wise man advances like a racer, leaving behind the hack.
Page lv - THAT WE ARE is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts, it is made up of our thoughts.
Page lxxiii - Death carries off a man who is gathering flowers and whose mind is distracted, as a flood carries off a sleeping village.
Page cxlii - ... painful it is to dwell with equals (to share everything in common), and the itinerant mendicant is beset with pain. Therefore let no man be an itinerant mendicant, and he will not be beset with pain.
Page 12 - Grey. — HANDBOOK OF AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, AND POLYNESIAN PHILOLOGY, as represented in the Library of His Excellency Sir George Grey, KCB, Her Majesty's High Commissioner of the Cape Colony. Classed, Annotated, and Edited by Sir GEORGE GREY and Dr. HI BLEEK. Vol. I. Part 1.— South Africa.
Page lxxxix - One's own self conquered is better than all other people ; not even a god, a Gandharva, not Mara (with Brahman), could change into defeat the victory of a man who has vanquished himself, and always lives under restraint.