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" I did not see him ; and I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some /Swedes about the Bullfrogs, and, by their account, I immediately found that I had heard their voice ; for the Swedes told me, that there were numbers of them... "
Travels Into North America: Containing Its Natural History ... with the ... - Page 169
by Pehr Kalm - 1771
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Annual Register, Volume 14

Edmund Burke - History - 1772
...till fome hours after, whea J talked with fome Swedes about the Bull-frogs, and, by their account, 1 immediately found that I had heard their voice ; for...this country, this is doubtlefs the greateft. I am. derto draw off the attention of the fnakc from their brood, and often they come fo very near in order...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 45

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1772
...accrunt, I immediately found that I had heard iheir voice; for the Swedes told me, that there wcia numbers of them in the dyke. I afterwards hunted for them. Of all the frogs in this country, this is doubtlcfs the greateft. I am told, that towards autumn, as foon as the air begins to grow a little...
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Annual Register, Volume 14

History - 1803
...near m¿, thou'gn I did not fee him ; and 1 continued to think fo till fome hours after, л0Ьеп I talked with fome Swedes about the bull-frogs, and,...told me, that there were numbers of them in the dyke, afterwards hunted for them, all the frogs in this country, tl is deubtlels the greateft. 1 am order...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 13

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1812
...p. 358. Rana maxima, Americana, acuática. Catcíb. Carol II. 72. be near me, though I did not fee him, and I continued to think fo till fome hours after,...Of all the frogs in this country, this is doubtlefs thegreateft. I am told that towards autumn, as foon as the air begins to grow a little cool, they hide...
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A Naturalist's Rambles about Home

Charles Conrad Abbott - Natural history - 1884 - 485 pages
...though I did not see him, and I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some Swedes about the bull-frogs, and, by their account,...me that there were numbers of them in the dyke. I afterward hunted for them. Of all the frogs in this country this is doubtless the greatest. I am told...
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A Naturalist's Rambles about Home

Charles Conrad Abbott - Natural history - 1884 - 485 pages
...though I did not see him, and I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some Swedes about the bull-frogs, and, by their account,...that I had heard their voice ; for the Swedes told tne that there were numbers of them in the dyke. I afterward hunted for them. Of all the frogs in this...
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Colonial Children

Albert Bushnell Hart, Blanche Evans Hazard - United States - 1902 - 233 pages
...Swedes about the bullfrogs, and, by their account, I immediately found that I had heard their voice. The Swedes told me, that there were numbers of them...for them. Of all the frogs in this country, this is doubtless the greatest. I am told, that towards autumn, as soon as the air begins to grow a little...
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Source-readers in American history ...

United States - 1902
...did not see * em now ' him. I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some Swedes about the bullfrogs, and, by their account, I immediately found that I had heard their voice. The Swedes told me, that there were numbers of them in the dyke. I afterwards hunted for them. Of all...
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Colonial Children

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1915
...I did not see ' em now' him. I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some Swedes about the bullfrogs, and, by their account, I immediately found that I had heard their voice. The Swedes told me, that there were numbers of them in the dyke. I afterwards hunted for them. Of all...
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Reading the Roots: American Nature Writing Before Walden

Michael P. Branch - Nature - 2004 - 408 pages
...though I did not see him; and I continued to think so till some hours after, when I talked with some Swedes about the Bullfrogs, and, by their account,...Swedes told me, that there were numbers of them in the dike. I afterwards hunted for them. Of all the frogs in this country, this is doubtless the greatest....
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