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" ... when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without being severely stung. But they knew so well how to manage an affair of this kind, that they robbed the poor insects with the greatest ease and safety. Before... "
Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa,: Volume I. With an entirely new ... - Page 81
by William John Burchell - 1824
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1824
...path could be found to guide us or render our travelling easier, the Hottentots sometimes, by choosieg a smoother road, were scattered at a considerable...entering a hole in the ground, which had formerly be. longed to some animal of the weasel kind. As he made signs for us to come to him, we turned that...
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The Natural History of Bees: Comprehending the Uses and ..., Volume 7, Part 1

James Duncan - Bees - 1840 - 301 pages
...useless destruction of the larvee or young bees still in the cells." — " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground, which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident ; and when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without being severely...
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The Natural History of Bees: Comprehending the Uses and Economical ...

James Duncan - Bees - 1840 - 301 pages
...useless destruction of the larvae or young bees still in the cells." — " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground, which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident ; and when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without being severely...
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The Naturalist's Library: Duncan, J. The natural history of bees. 1840-v. 7 ...

William Jardine - Entomology - 1840
...useless destruction of the larvae or young bees still in the cells." — " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground, which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident ; and when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without being severely...
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Bees: Comprehending the Uses and Economical Management of the Honey-bee of ...

Sir William Jardine, James Duncan - Bees - 1859 - 301 pages
...useless destruction of the larvae or young bees still in the cells." — " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground, which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident ; and when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without bejng severely...
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British Bee-farming: Its Profits and Pleasures

James F. Robinson - Bee culture - 1880 - 206 pages
...useless destruction of the larvae or young bees still in the cells." " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground which...that way fearing he had met with some accident ; and, when the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that we should escape without being severely...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 171

1886
...the Interior of Africa " thus describes an operation of this kind : " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident." It was the home of a recent swarm. " When the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that...
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The Living Age, Volume 171

1886
...the Interior of Africa " thus describes an operation of this kind : " One of the Hottentots observed a number of bees entering a hole in the ground which...that way, fearing he had met with some accident." It was the home of a recent swarm. " When the people began to unearth the bees, I did not expect that...
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