It is from the perspective of a Mexican cacique on his deathbed.
Pedro, Ned, and I were invited by the cacique to accompany him.
In Cuba, the cacique Hattuey was made prisoner and condemned to be burnt.
The cacique of Tascaluca requested him that he would let him remain in that town, and trouble him no more with traveling.
But here comes Doctor Franklin, and your friend the cacique with him.
As we have mentioned, De Soto, and the cacique in his scarlet uniform, rode side by side.
In "cacique Caonabo," we have three Mande words in juxtaposition.
The cacique even exchanged names with him, by a ceremony which they call guaticos, or sworn-brothers.
The cacique also exerted himself to procure a great quantity of gold.
The Spaniards traversed the country of a cacique, Scoria, and arrived at the residence of another called Pariza.