There is a zambo called Pepe, who acted as a spy for your party at Tlatonac.
The zambo had a face as ferocious in its expression as that of his confrère.
When the smoke of the discharge blew away, the zambo had disappeared.
With regard to assistance from the troops, neither mulatto nor zambo wished for any.
They rode in file—the mulatto in the lead, the zambo in his tracks, and the dogs following in the rear.
He knew the zambo well enough to tell that his courage was now gone.
We did not see a single ship all day, but in the afternoon passed zambo, the port of Medina.
Still another, also just, was that the zambo was now making for the horses!
The horseman proved to be a zambo, in pursuit of cattle that had escaped from a neighbouring corral.
Should he return for the powder-horn, and then waste time in reloading, the zambo might escape.