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" There was one province, the population of which amounted, it is said, "to twelve thousand persons, of which number, not more than one hundred escaped with life." In accordance with the settlement enjoined by Valdivia, two officers of note, Alderete and... "
Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili - Page 160
by Juan I. Molina - 1809
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The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili, Volumes 1-2

Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Zñiga - 1808
...ravages, as they were entirely unacquainted with it. Of the several districts of the country there was one whose population amounted to twelve thousand persons,...one hundred escaped with life.* This pestilential disorder, which from its long continuation has been more fatal than any other to the human race, had...
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The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ...

Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - 1808
...ravages, as they were entirely unacquainted with it. Of the several districts of the country there was one whose population amounted to twelve thousand persons,...which number not more than one hundred escaped with 138 life.* This pestilential disorder, which from its long continuation has been more fatal than any...
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The New World: Embracing American History, Volume 1

Henry Howard Brownell - 1862
...the sword of the enemy ensued. There was one province, the population of which amounted, it is said, "to twelve thousand persons, of which number, not more than one hundred escaped with life." In accordance with the settlement enjoined by Valdivia, two officers of note, Alderete and one Francis...
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The Northmen in America. The Spaniards in America. The Portuguese in America ...

Henry Howard Brownell - 1863
...the sword of the enemy ensued. There was one province, the population of which amounted, it is said, "to twelve thousand persons, of which number, not more than one hundred escaped with life." In accordance with the settlement enjoined by Valdivia, two officers of note, Alderete and one Francis...
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The Greatest Killer: Smallpox in History

Donald R. Hopkins - 2002 - 380 pages
...Valdivia. This outbreak continued into the next year, and one writer described a district of about twelve thousand persons, "of which number not more than one hundred escaped with life" (Molina 1809, 2: 159). Seven years later, when the new Spanish governor of Chile arrived to take up...
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