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Author's preface; Part I: 1. Of the origin, appearance, and language, of the Chilians; 2. Conquest of the Peruvians; 3. State of Chili before the arrival of the Spaniards; 4. Political establishments; 5. First expedition of the Spaniards to Chili; 6. The Spaniards return to Chili; 7. The Copianins defeat a body of Spaniards; Part II: 1. Local situation, character, dress, and dwellings, of the Araucanians; 2. Division of the Araucanian state; 3. Military system of the Araucanians; 4. Division of the spoil; 5. System of religion and funeral ceremonies; 6. Division of time; 7. Rhetoric, poetry; 8. Pride of the Araucanians; 9. Matrimony and domestic employments; 10. Food; Part III: 1. The Araucanians attack the Spaniards; 2. Caupolican appointed Toqui; 3. The Spaniards abandon Puren; 4. Vilagran raises the sieges of Imperial and Valdivia; 5. Don Garcia of Mendoza arrives at Chili; 6. Don Garcia orders twelve Ulmenes to be hanged; 7. Expedition of Don Garcia to Chiloe; 8. Successes of Caupolican the Second; Part IV: 1. The toqui Antiguenu recommences the war; 2. Paillataru elected Toqui; 3. Establishment of the Court of Royal Audience; 4. Government of the Marquis de Villahermosa; 5. The toqui Guanoalco takes the forts; 6. The toqui Paillamachu kills Loyola; 7. Second unfortunate government of Garcia Ramon; 8. Daring enterprises; 9. Continuation of the war; 10. A brief account of the wars; 11. Present state of Chili; An essay on the Chilian language; Appendices.