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Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier: Including an ... - Page 402
by Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1831 - 461 pages
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 1; Volume 6

Theology - 1829
...so that from their infancy, being thus annoyed with these insects, they do never open their eyes as other people ; and therefore they cannot see far,...they hold up their heads, as if they were looking at something over them. ' " They have great bottle noses, pretty full lips and wide mouths. The two fore...
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 11

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...being thus annoyed with those insects, they never open their eyes like other people, and consequently cannot see far, unless they hold up their heads as if they were looking at something over them. They have great bottle noses, pretty full, and wide mouths ; are long visaged,...
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The Country Gentleman's Magazine

Simpkin, Marshall & Co - 1832
...them from one's face), so that, from their infancy, they never open their eyes as other people do, and therefore they cannot see far unless they hold up their heads as if they were looking at something over them. They have great bottlenoses, full lips, wide mouths ; the two fore-teeth of the...
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Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Dieman's Land ...

William Henry Breton - 1833
...keep them from one's face,) so that, from their infancy, they never open their eyes as some people do, and therefore they cannot see far unless they hold up their heads, as if they were looking at something over them. They have great bottle-noses, full lips, wide mouths ; the two fore-teeth of the...
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Excursons in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land ...

William Henry Breton - Australia - 1834 - 420 pages
...keep them from one's face,) so that, from their infancy, they never open their eyes as some people do, and therefore they cannot see far unless they hold up their heads, as if they were looking at something over them. They have great bottle-noses, full lips, wide mouths ; the two fore-teeth of the...
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Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land ...

William Henry Breton - Aboriginal Australians - 1834 - 420 pages
...infancy, they never open their eyes as some people do, and therefore they 166 MANNERS AND CUSTOMS. cannot see far unless they hold up their heads, as if they were looking at something over them. They have great bottle-noses, full lips, wide mouths ; the two fore-teeth of the...
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Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land ...

William Henry Breton - Australia - 1835 - 420 pages
...keep them from one's face,) so that, from their infancy, they never open their eyes as some people do, and therefore they cannot see far unless they hold up their heads, as if they were looking at something over them. They .have great bottle-noses, full lips, wide mouths ; the two fore-teeth of...
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Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1

John Lort Stokes - Australia - 1846 - 543 pages
...that from their infancy, being thus annoyed with these insects, they do never open their eyes as do other people, and therefore they cannot see far unless...heads, as if they were looking at somewhat over them." We found constant occasion, when on shore, to complain of this fly nuisance ; and when combined with...
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind, Volume 5

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1847
...So that from their infancy, being thus annoyed with these insects, they do never open their eyes as other people, and therefore they cannot see far, unless...they hold up their heads as if they were looking at something above them. " They have great bottle noses, pretty full lips, and wide mouths. The two fore...
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Land, Labour and Gold, Or, Two Years in Victoria: With Visits to ..., Volume 1

William Howitt - Australia - 1855 - 397 pages
...So that from their infancy, being thus annoyed with these insects, they do never open their eyes as other people, and therefore they cannot see far, unless...heads as if they were looking at somewhat over them." On Futter's Ranges we encountered too, for the first time, the Australian nuisance of grass-seeds....
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