莲花国际平台

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d●, "that's probably why this is the land of ma&nt■ilde;ana. The people don't like exertion, and ■so they put off till to-morrow ever

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itively promis●ed for to-day." "If they had b●een in a more northerly climate,●" said Frank, "it is probable that the M●exicans would be more advanc■ed than we find them. Their location in the t■ropics has not been to their■ advantage. The

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opening of our railways will ●connect them with northern climes, ■and if we can fill the Val

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ley of ●Mexico with our atmosphere it may ■enable them to breathe quicker than the■y do now

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." A CHARCOAL PEDD■LER. The attention of the yout●hs was turned from the elevation and a

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tmosphere ■to some of the customs of the country, which the■y had learned from their guide o

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r from● others. They were told that it was esti●mated that [Pg 209] about● one-fifth the

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population was in household■ or domestic service in one form or another, dir●ectly or indir

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ectly. The direct for■m would include those attached to a hous●ehold, the indirect those who

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● supply water, wood, charcoal, and ot■her necessities of life, or perform outsid●e work fo

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r families or individuals. The wages ar■e low, but a great many servants are■ employed, so that the aggregate foo■ts up to a large amount. "There are fr●om ten to twenty servants emp●loyed in a house," wrote Fred, "and we a■re told that large establishments will have ■thirty or even more. It is very much■ here as we found it in India—■a great number of people, each w●ith an allotted thing to do, and a servant wou■ld risk losing his place rath●er than do anything that belonged to an■other. [Pg 210] "Here's a list," he adde

ir at this great elevation. In one● year rece
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d,■ "that I have copied from the descripti■on of a Mexican household by an American v■isitor: portero, door-keeper; c■ochero, coachman; lacayo, footman; caballe●rango, hostler; mozo, man of all sorts of ■work; cargador, public carrier; camari

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sta, ch●amber-man in a hotel, or valet in a privat●e house; recamerera, chamber-maid in a priva●te house; ama de llaves, house-ke■eper, 'mistress of the keys;' cocine■ra, cook; galopina, kitchen gi●rl; pilmana, nurse-maid. "There are o■ther

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servants, such as the molen■dera, the woman who grinds the cor■n (for making tortillas); the cost■urera, sewing-woman; or the planchadora, iron■ing-woman. The most important servan■t is the portero, who has general charge of ■the house, and

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sometimes of a large building in ■which several families live. He is the ■exact counterpart of the German door-ke■eper, and, like him, generally lives with h●is family in a narrow retreat■, which is situated so that h■e can command the entran

ce a●nd observe who comes in or goes out. S■ervants do not change places as often as i●n England or the United States. It is b●y no means rare for them to spend their entire ■lives with a f

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amily; their parents b●efore them served it, and their child●ren will do so when they themselves are gon●e. "The cook receives from two to five dolla●rs a month, and chamber-maids and seams

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t■resses the same. The men-serva■nts are paid from ten dollars a month■ upwards, and out of their wages they are r●equired to buy part of their food, an■d in some cases all of it. At least

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th■is is the theory, though the practice ■is that the employer really suppo■rts them, though indirectly. Servants are nea■rly always in debt to their employers,■ and this state of affaire is encouraged by law■, as they are not allowed to ●le

ave a place as long as they are in debt. T●he only way in which this

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