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A History of the Gipsies by Walter Simson

Borrow n 366 They marry among themselves


61 Discontinuation of articles in Blackwood's Magazine--The author's authorities 64 The difficulties in the way of a research into the subject of the Gipsies 65 A "Blowing up" from a Gipsy chief 65 Notice from Professor Wilson, in Blackwood's Magazine, and Sir Walter Scott, in Quentin Durward 66 INVERKEITHING, GIPSY SCENES AT 284, 288, 292, 293, 298, 302, 304, 326, 328, 348, 353, 355 IRISH GIPSIES IN SCOTLAND 6, 98, 324-329, 356, 493 JEWS, THE. The Gipsies the "mixed multitude" that left Egypt with the Jews 14, 494 Circumstances under which the Jews left Egypt 14-21 They were separated from the Egyptians by the prejudice of caste 15 They termed Jesus Christ "Beelzebub"--the prince of devils 16 Their reception of Christ as the Messiah 16 Their condition while in Egypt 17 Their contemptuous description of the "mixed multitude" that followed them 19 Their circumstances after leaving
Egypt, 20--The destiny that awaited them 21 Comparisons between the Jews and the Gipsies 55, 61, 62 Letters of the Jews to Voltaire--The universality and differences in the Jews _n_61 They change their names in various countries _n_117 The elder sister married before the younger, 259--Jewish marriages 260 When they blow rams' horns in September, they imagine they drive away the devil _n_265 They dedicated horses to the sun, in the time of Josiah _n_269 Hindoo sacrifice of the horse and the scape-goat in Leviticus compared 279 The language of the Jews during the seventy years' captivity _n_318 The Gipsies dislike the Jews, _n_358, 459--Jews during time of war _n_360 Neglect of women among Jews--A Jew's morning prayer _n_365 Jews and Gipsies compared in a sermon by Mr. Borrow _n_366 They marry among themselves, like the Gipsies 369 The money that is squandered on the conversion of Jews 443 The subject of the Jews more or less familiar to people from infancy 447 The

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