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Relatorio de uma viagem ás terras do Changamira

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Published: 1886
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 16,317 / 58 pg
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 387
Added to site: 2010.10.06
mnybks.net#: 29189
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Travel
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a entre o nome de Machamare e o de Schomali o encontrar nos dois rios Inhamussice e Munhoque, dois rios auriferos da terra de Macaha, os equivalentes aos rios Iantsitsi e Noke da carta de Mauch. Achei interessante que os pretos que lavavam n'um logar ou barra do Luenha chamado Biriuide, me dissessem, que todo o oiro que até ali chegava era proveniente do rio Inhamussice, precisando a proveniencia do oiro, quando o Luenha no seu vasto curso drena um paiz muito extenso e recebe muitos outros affluentes. Por esta indicação é de suppôr que as areias do Luenha acima da affluencia do Inhamussice não tenham oiro algum, tornando evidente que é por este affluente que os diggers devem subir nas suas pesquizas.

Pouco depois de chegar a este acampamento do Luenha, vi que nada me aconselhava a que ahi me demorasse e procurei arranjar carregadores para continuar na viagem.

[Nota lateral: Chegada do capitão Bastião e de Gurupira.]

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