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SECT. 3. Pariagotoes,

4. Guaraons,
5. Guayquerias,
6. Quaquas,
7. Cumanagotoes,
8. Caribbees,
9. Goahiros,
10. Salivas,
11. Guamos,
12. Yaruros,
13. Muyscas,
14. Muzos,
15. Sambos,
16. Food of the Indians,
17. Marriages,
18. Dress,
19. Manner of Life,
20. Arts,
21. Religion,
22. Wars,
23. Civilized Indians,
24. Missions,

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In this part of the Work, the Editor proposes to consider in succession three great and important subjects :--the Recognition of Colombia by the States of Europe, and particularly by Britain ;--the Loan lately raised for that country in London ;and the immense advantages which it presents to Colonists from Britain.

SECTION I.

RECOGNITION OF COLOMBIA.

HERE we may preliminarily observe, that no idea sufficiently extensive can be formed of the mineral and agricultural riches buried in these immense regions, owing to the darkness with which a despotic government has surrounded their inhabitants. They are known only in a general way. The diversity of their climates, however, the numerous rivers which intersect them, the excellence of the productions above alluded to, the great extent of their coasts abounding

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