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NAORUNG.

influence of order; and whether formerly under the Mahomedans, or recently under ourselves, have proved themselves impatient of restraint, breaking out into turbulent lawlessness whenever an opportunity occurs. The Goojurs profess, rather than follow, Hindooism, are wonderfully hardy, and, as a rule, long lived.

Naorung is fifty-five years of age, and five feet eight inches in height. His complexion is light, but much pock-marked. He is a fair specimen of his tribe, stout and good looking, but with a hard reckless expression of countenance, and the air and carriage of a soldier. His dress is a tunic, quilted with cotton, as usually worn in the cold weather, and the sword belt of buff leather denotes his semi military character. 
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