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By Firth Caldwell

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Caldwell indicates the reader the best way to constantly beat the medium stakes on line casino and local video games.

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From the time of the first kings, who were imitated by their successors, they never made war without causes which appeared to them to be sufficient, such as the necessity for reducing the barbarians to a state of civilisation, or the prevention of injuries to their own vassals; and before going to war the enemy was offered terms one, two, or three times. After subjugating a province, the first thing the Ynca did was to take the principal idol as a hostage and send it to Cuzco, ordering it to be kept there in a temple until the chief and people were undeceived respecting their false gods,and were taught the idolatry of the Yncas, whoworshipped the Sun.

The work for the blind was to pick the seeds out of the cotton, and to disengrain the maize from the husks. There were certain arts and employments which had their masters, such as workers in gold, silver, and copper, carpenters, masons, quarrymen, lapidaries, and others. Their children learnt the same trades as their fathers. If this system of the Yncas, which was confirmed by the Emperor Charles V, had been continued, the Indian people would have been more flourishing, and supplies of food and clothing would have been more abundant among them, and the COMMENTARIES OF THE YNCAS.

They were merely valued for their beauty and splendour, to adorn the palaces, temples, and convents of virgins, as we have stated in its place, and shall further enlarge upon hereafter. The Yncas had discovered quicksilver, but they had no use for it, and indeed believed it to be hurtful. Its extraction was therefore forbidden ; and further on we shall give a fuller account of it. We have said that gold and silver were presented to the King, and were not forced tribute; for the Indians, then as now, never thought of approaching a superior without 22 FIFTH BOOK OF THE ROYAL bringing a present, and when they had nothing else, they offered a basket of green or dried fruit.

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