Lions (who are different) steal to the people's houses at night and carry them away while they sleep. The people burn the lions out of the reeds and chase them away. The sons say that they will burn the reeds so that new ones will grow and the lions will never return and will go elsewhere. More than one hundred columns (1548-1652) of his discourse treat only of lions and Bushmen, and it runs at last into a description of the doings of the jackals, which, however, has been brought under a separate heading (L II.-15. 1432-1499, 16. 1500-1553, 17. 1554-1622, 18. 1623-1691, 19. 1692-1710) .
1) p.1602v: the metal arrow point is fixed onto a thing like a harpoon before being attached to the reed shaft, 2) p.1627v: a large thorn tree of the Groot River (appears to be the Orange River), 3) See also The Day's Heart star, 4) This story is found in Books II-16, II-17 and II-18
24 June – 18 July 1872 (finished on or about)
animals (that are different) , animals (lions) , animals (beasts of prey) , lions (how people protect themselves from) , lions (and foolish behaviour) , lions (and people) , lions (methods of driving them away) , lions (customs relating to) , lions (and |xam) , lions (the nature and habits of) , lions (marry their own kind) , lions (are 'angry folk') , lions (the appearance of) , lions (who are 'different') , lions (steal people at night) , lions (are 'great cave hole's things') , leopards (and |xam) , leopards (the nature and habits of) , leopards (are 'different') , fire (and driving lions out of reeds) , Flat's people, rivers (Hart) , rivers (Groot) , rivers (Orange) , dogs (used by |xam as protection from lions) , tree (thorn) , tree (and lions) , reeds (and lions) , names (of groups of |xam) , names (of rivers) , different (animals which are) , beasts of prey (lions and leopards) , beasts of prey (animals which are 'different')
1548-1553, 1554-1622, 1623-1652