Like all people of similar character, whether civilized or savage, they are prone to be imposed upon; and are especially maltreated by the ruthless Blackfeet, who harass them in their villages, steal their horses by night, or openly carry them off in the face of day, without provoking pursuit or retaliation.
In this perilous enterprise they are occasionally joined by the Flatheads, the persecutions of the Blackfeet having produced a close alliance and cooperation between these luckless and maltreated tribes.
Nor would they permit Gabriel to be any way maltreated
, say or do what he would; so that it came to pass that Gabriel had the complete freedom of the ship.
Sometimes he glanced over the magazines and newspapers to see how "Ephemera" was being maltreated
. It had made a hit.
While the deeds of Emil Gluck were all that was abominable, we cannot but feel, to a certain extent, pity for the unfortunate, malformed, and maltreated
He had been there at least an hour and a half, lacerated, maltreated
, mocked incessantly, and almost stoned.
Then he realised that this was Mit-sah, one of his own particular gods, who was being maltreated
. It was no reasoned impulse that made White Fang do what he then did.
Therefore, and because she was a dependent, Miss Monflathers had a great dislike to Miss Edwards, and was spiteful to her, and aggravated by her, and, when she had compassion on little Nell, verbally fell upon and maltreated
her as we have already seen.
Laurie threw back his head, and laughed so heartily at this attack, that the felt hat fell off, and Jo walked on it, which insult only afforded him an opportunity for expatiating on the advantages of a rough-and-ready costume, as he folded up the maltreated
hat, and stuffed it into his pocket.
Chase was given to some scores of inoffensive persons who had never been near the Old Bailey in their lives, in the realisation of this fancy, and they were roughly hustled and maltreated
. The transition to the sport of window-breaking, and thence to the plundering of public-houses, was easy and natural.
That, marching him constantly up and down by the collar (as if he had been taking too much laudanum), she, at those times, shook him, rumpled his hair, made light of his linen, stopped his ears as if she confounded them with her own, and otherwise tousled and maltreated
Between the ages of 3 and 11 years, 8% of boys in the Dunedin cohort experienced maltreatment categorized at the time by investigators as severe, 28% experienced probable maltreatment, and 64% were not maltreated