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Essays on the Theory of the Earth - Page 389
by Georges baron Cuvier - 1827 - 550 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 74

Literary Criticism - 1853
...resting-place, after many wanderings : with these come some small animals, snch as insects and lizards, as the first inhabitants. Even before the trees form a wood, the sea-birds nestle here ; stray land-birds take refuge in the bushes ; and at a much later period, when...
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Remarks [by Chamisso] (cont.) Appendix by other authors

Otto von Kotzebue, Ivan Fedorovich Kruzenshtern, Adelbert von Chamisso, Johann Caspar Horner, Johann Friedrich Eschscholtz - Voyages around the world - 1821
...countries and islands, find here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings: with these, come some small animals, such as lizards and insects,...bushes ; and at a much later period, when the work has 13 been long since completed, man also appears, builds his hut on the fruitful soil formed by the corruption...
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Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales: With an Introductory ...

William Daniel Conybeare, William Phillips - Geology - 1822 - 470 pages
...countries and islands, find here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings: with these come some small animals, such as lizards and insects,...real sea-birds nestle here; strayed land-birds take rpfuge in the bushes; and at a much later period, when the work has been long since completed, man...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volume 6

Sir David Brewster, Robert Jameson - Science - 1822
...countries and islands, find here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings ; with these come some small animals, such as lizards and insects,...the trees form a wood, the real seabirds nestle here ; strnycd land-birds take refuge in the bushes ; Dr Chamisgo on the Coral Islands of the Pacific Ocean....
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1823
...countries and islands, find here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings : with these, come some small animals, such as. lizards and insects,...form a wood, the real sea-birds nestle here ; strayed land- birds take refuge in the bushes ; and at a much later period, when the work has been long since...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 18; Volume 36

William Hendry Stowell - Literary Criticism - 1823
...resting place, after iheir long wanderings : with these, come some small animals, such, as lizard* and insects, as the first inhabitants. Even before...form a wood, the real sea-birds nestle here ; strayed land- birds take refuge in the bushes ; and at a much later period, when the work has been long since...
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Assistant of Education, Volume 7

Education - 1826
...here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings. With these come some small animate, such as lizards and insects, as the first inhabitants....and at a much later period, when the work has been completed, man also appears, builds his hut on the fruitful soil formed by the corruption of the trees,...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of entertainment ...

1829
...countries and islands, lul<l 391 here, at length, a resting place, after their long wanderings. With these come some small animals, such as lizards and insects, as the first inhahitants. Even before the trees form a wood, the real sea-hirds nestle here ; strayed land-hirds...
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Principles of geology: being an attempt to explain the former ..., Volume 2

Sir Charles Lyell, Gérard Paul Deshayes - Geology - 1832
...countries and islands, find here, at length, a resting-place after their long wanderings: with these come some small animals, such as lizards and insects,...inhabitants. Even before the trees form a wood, the sea-birds nestle here; strayed land-birds take refuge in the bushes ; and, at a much later period,...
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