Definition of Malaccas
1. malacca [n] - See also: malacca
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Literary usage of Malaccas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nicaragua: Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal by Ephraim George Squier (1852)
"I had arranged that afternoon to ride to the cacao estates called the "malaccas," distant about five miles from Granada ; and although the city was full of ..."
2. A Philosophical and Political History of the Settlements and Trade of the by Raynal (Guillaume-Thomas-François) (1776)
"... ranked the malaccas among the number of their provinces, and it was not long before they became fuch in reality. WHILE Albuquerque's lieutenants ..."
3. History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in M.DCC by Archibald Alison (1854)
"These important successes, particularly the reduction of the Cape, formerly detailed, that of Ceylon, and the malaccas, diffused general joy through the ..."
4. History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the by Archibald Alison (1860)
"world.1 These important successes, particularly the reduction of the Cape, formerly detailed, that of Ceylon, and the General joy malaccas, diffused general ..."
5. Nicaragua: Past, Present and Future: A Description of Its Inhabitants by Peter F. Stout (1859)
"THE malaccas—CULTIVATION OP THE CACAO—DESCRIPTION OF A CACAO ESTATE —AN UGLY FISSURE ... FIVE raíles from Granada is a cacao estate known as " The malaccas. ..."
6. An Analytical Compendium of the Various Branches of Medical Science: For the by John Neill, Francis Gurney Smith (1852)
"... US)—Fruit of the Myristica moschata, a native of the malaccas, but grown in Cayenne. They are the kernels of the nut, which is surrounded by a membrane, ..."