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" Every morning we saw these audacious animals patrolling about among the sea-lions and sea-bears lying on the strand, smelling at such as were asleep, to discover whether some one of them might not be dead... "
The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany - Page 250
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 36

1799
...patrolling about among the fea-lions and iea-bears lying on the ftrand, fmelling at fuch as were afleep, to difcover whether fome of them might not be .dead...if that happened to be the cafe, they proceeded to diflect him immediately, and prelenth/ after all were at work in dragging the parts away : becaufe...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 36

1799
...lea-lions and lea-bears lying.^on the ftrand, fmelling at fuch as were aileep, to discover whether (bme of them might not be dead ; if that happened to be the cafe, they proceeded to diffeft him immediately, and prefentljr after all were at work in dragging the parts away : becaule...
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View of the Russian empire during the reign of Catharine the ..., Volume 2

William Tooke - Russia - 1800
...fea^lions and fta-beare lying on the " ftrand, fmelltng at fuch a$ were afleep, to dif" cover whether feme of them might not be dead; " if that happened to be the cafe, they proceeded " to diflecThin} immediately, and prefently after " all were at work in dragging the parts away : " becaufe...
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The Monthly Epitome, Volume 3

Great Britain - 1800
...about among ' the fea. lions and fea-bears lying on ' the It rand, fmelling at fucha»»ere 4 afleep, to difcover whether fome of ' them might not be dead ; if that hap4 pened to be the cafe, they proceeded ' to dilli-cl him immediately, and prc4 fently afrerall were...
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View of the Russian Empire: During the Reign of Catharine, the ..., Volume 2

William Tooke - Russia - 1801
...fea-lions and fea^bears lying on «• the ftrand, fmelling at fuch as were afleep, to dif** cover whether fome of them might not be dead $ «* if that...work in dragging the parts away :— •* becaufe the fea-lions of anight in t'neir fleep fre«* quently overlay their young, they examine, as if " confcious...
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Annual Register, Volume 41

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...among the fea-lions and lea-bears lying on the firand, fmelling at fuch as were afleep, to d Hoover whether fome of them might not be dead ; if that happened,...cafe, they proceeded to difleft him immediately, and preferlly after all \vere at work in dragging the parts away : hecaufe the iea-lionsx>fa night, in...
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Annual Register, Volume 41

History - 1801
...patrolling about among the fea-lions and fea-bears lying on the ftrand, duelling at fuch as were aflcep, to difcover whether fome of them • might not be dead ; if that happenˇid to be the cafe, they proceeded to diflect him immediatelv, and prefently alter all were...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 2

William Bingley - Zoology - 1803
...Sea-lions and Seabears* lying on the strand, smelling at such as were asleep, to discover whether some one of them might not be dead ; if that happened to be the case they proceeded to dissect him immediately, and soon afterwards all were at work in dragging the...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volume 3

R. S.. Kirby - Characters and characteristics - 1805
...sea-lions and sea-bears lying on the strand, smelling at such as were asleep, to discover whether some one of them might not be dead; if that happened to be the case, they proceeded to dissect him immediately, and soon afterwards all fell to work to drag the parts...
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An account of a voyage to New South Wales, Volume 1

George Barrington - New South Wales - 1810 - 472 pages
...sea-lions and sea-bears lying on the strand, smelling at such as were asleep, to discover whether some one of them might not be dead ; if that happened to be the case they proceeded to dissect him immediately, and soon afterwards all were at work in dragging the...
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