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" Towards the approach of day, the noise in some measure subsided, long before objects were distinguishable, the Pigeons began to move off in a direction quite different from that in which they had arrived the evening before, and at sunrise all that were... "
Lessons derived from the animal world - Page 321
by C. T - 1847
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 6

Science - 1827
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided ; but long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off in...different from that in which they had arrived the day before, and at sunrise none that were able to fly remained. The bowlings of the wolves now reached...
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The London Magazine, Volume 8

1827
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided ; but long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off in...direction quite different from that in which they arrived the day before, and at sun-rise none that were able to fly remained. The howlings of the wolves...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 9

1828
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided ; but long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off in...direction quite different from that in which they arrived the day before, and at sunrise none that were able to fly remained. The bowlings of the wolves...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 10

1828
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided ; but long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off in...direction quite different from that in which they arrived the day before, and at sun-rise none that were able to fly remained. The bowlings of the wolves...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

Almanacs, English - 1828
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided; but long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off in...direction quite different from that in which they arrived the day before, and at sunrise none that were able to fly remained. The bowlings of the wolves...
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American Ornithology: Or The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volume 4

Alexander Wilson - Birds - 1831
...the spot. Towards the approach of day, the noise rather subsided ; but, long ere objects were at all distinguishable, the pigeons began to move off, in...sunrise, all that were able to fly had disappeared. The howlings of the wolves now reached our ears ; and the foxes, lynxes, cougars, bears, racoons, opossums,...
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Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ...

Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
...distinctly. Towards the approach of day the noise rather subsided ; but, long ere the objects were at all distinguishable, the Pigeons began to move off in...different from that in which they had arrived the day before, and at sunrise none that were able to fly remained. The howling of the wolves now reached...
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Sketches of birds in short enigmatical verses

Samuel Roper - 1832
...hours afterwards, informed me that he had heard it distinctly when three miles distant from the spot. Towards the approach of day, the noise in some measure...sunrise all that were able to fly had disappeared. The howlings of the wolves now reached our ears, and the foxes, lynxes, cougars, bears, raccoons, oppossums,...
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Ornithological Biography, Volume 1

John James Audubon - 1832
...two hours afterwards, informed me he had heard it distinctly when three miles distant from the spot Towards the approach of day, the noise in some measure...sunrise all that were able to fly had disappeared. The bowlings of the wolves now reached our ears, and the foxes, lynxes, cougars, bears', raccoons, opossums...
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The Country Gentleman's Magazine

Simpkin, Marshall & Co - 1832
...three miles distant from the spot. Towards the approach of day, the noise in some measure subsided, and long before objects were distinguishable, the pigeons...sunrise, all that were able to fly had disappeared. The bowlings of the wolves now reached our ears, and the foxes, lynxes, cougars, bears, raccoons, opossums,...
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