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" Instead of order or regulation being observed in rearing their houses, they are of a much ruder structure than their dams ; for, notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their... "
The American Beaver and His Works - Page 308
by Lewis Henry Morgan - 1868 - 314 pages
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

Literary Criticism - 1796
...to have a dry place to lie on ; and there they ufually eat their viftuals, which they occafionally take out of the water. It frequently happens, that Some of the large houles are found to Lave one or more partitions, if they deServe that appellation ; but that is no...
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Sporting Magazine, Volume 8

Sports - 1796
...thofe animals, it has never been obierved that they aim at any other conveniences in their hoidcs, than to have a dry place to lie on ; and there they ufually eat their victuals, which they occafionally take out of the water. 4 It frequently happens,...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

Literary Criticism - 1796
...thole animals, it has never been obfcived that they »im at any other conveniences in their houfes, than to have a dry place to lie on ; and there they ufually, eat their victuals, which they occafionally take out of the water. It frequently happens,...
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Fauna boreali-americana, or, The zoology of the northern parts of British ...

Sir John Richardson, William Swainson, William Kirby - Zoology - 1829
...notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their houses, than to have a dry place to lie on...partitions, if they deserve that appellation ; but it is no more (ban a part of the main building, left by the sagacity of the beaver to support the roof....
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful ..., Volume 4

1835
...notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their houses than to have a dry place to lie on...partitions, if they deserve that appellation, but it is no more than a part of the main building left by the sagacity of the beaver to support the roof....
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 4

George Long - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1835
...notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their houses than to have a dry place to lie on...partitions, if they deserve that appellation, but it is no more than a part of the main building left by the sagacity of the beaver to support the roof....
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The Ladies' Repository, and Gatherings of the West, Volume 1

Religion - 1841
...erection appears to be a dry apartment to repose in, and where they can eat the food they occasionally get out of the water. It frequently happens that some of the large houses have one or more partitions; but these are merely part of the building left to support the roof. The...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 1

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1841
...erection appears to be a dry apartment to repose in, and where they can eat the food they occasionally get out of the water. It frequently happens that some of the large houses have one or more partitions; but these are merely part of the building left to support the roof. The...
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History of Vermont, Natural, Civil and Statistical: In Three Parts, with a ...

Zadock Thompson - Natural history - 1842
...notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their houses, than to have a dry place to lie on...found to have one or more partitions, if they deserve the appellation; but it is no more than a part of the main building, left by the sagacity of the beaver...
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History Of Vermont, Natural, Civil And Statistical, In Three Parts, With A ...

Zadock Thompson - 1842
...notwithstanding the sagacity of these animals, it has never been observed that they aim at any other convenience in their houses, than to have a dry place to lie on...found to have one or more partitions, if they deserve the appellation; but it is no more than a part of the main building, left by the sagacity of the beaver...
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