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A History of the Gipsies by Walter Simson

Past and present 413 PROPHECIES


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England, and the Untied

States 358 Infanticide among the Gipsies--The tribe physically, _n_358-- Female Gipsy recklessness _n_359 The Gipsies charged with cowardice--The Scottish Gipsies make excellent soldiers 359 The Gipsies employed by European governments, as soldiers, _n_359,--and spies _n_360 An interesting meeting between a French and Spanish Gipsy, in the heat of a battle _n_360 Supposed danger from Gipsies in time of war equally applicable to Jews and Freemasons _n_360 Scottish Gipsies distinguished for gratitude, in return for civility and kindness 360 "Terrible," a Gipsy chief, offers to sell his all, to get a farmer out of prison 361 Terrible's opinion of "writers" and lairds, but especially of the writers 362 The feelings of the Gipsies in regard to the prejudice that exists against them _n_362 Terrible's character--His mother a witch--He believed she could have set the farmer free 363 The character of Gipsy chiefs generally--Education
among the Scottish Gipsies 364 How a Gipsy child became "spoiled," 364--Education among the Spanish Gipsies, _n_365--Female Gipsies _n_365 Neglect of females among the Jews--A Jew's morning prayer _n_365 Religion among the Scottish Gipsies, 365--Their general political sentiments 366 Grellmann on the religion of the Gipsies--Mr. Borrow preaches to them in Spain _n_366 The number of the Gipsies in Scotland--Gipsies in all the towns, and many of the villages 367 Few Gipsies now hanged--Their present punishment--They cannot fail to encrease _n_367 The civilization and improvement of the Gipsies--An Hungarian nobleman's opinion 367 The restless nature of the Gipsies--How it is manifested _n_368 The language of the Gipsies should be published, and the tribe encouraged to speak it openly 369 The plan of the Rev. Mr. Crabb, _n_368, and the Rev. Mr. Baird for the civilization of the Gipsies _n_369 The difficulty in distinguishing some of the tribe from common natives _n_369 The Gipsies marry among themselves, like the Jews, and "stick to each other." 369 PRINCIPAL GIPSY FAMILIES IN SCOTLAND. Faw 101, _n_103, 106, 107, 108, _n_113, 118, 121, 188, 236, 250, 252, 255, 406 Baillie 101, _n_103, 118, 119, 120, 121, 185, 186, 188, 196, 197, 202-208, 212, 213, 215, 219, 236, 411 PRITCHARD on the Hungarian race, past and present 413 PROPHECIES. "Scattering of the Egyptians," Ezek. xxix. 12-14, and xxx. 10, 23 and 26 40 "A people that are to provoke and anger the Jews," Deut. xxxii. 21, and Rom. x. 19


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