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" Indian began to pursue the frog with all his might at the proper time: the noise he made in running frightened the poor frog; probably it was afraid of being tortured with fire again, and therefore it redoubled its leaps, and by that means it reached... "
Travels Into North America: Containing Its Natural History ... with the ... - Page 171
by Pehr Kalm - 1771
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Annual Register, Volume 14

Edmund Burke - History - 1772
...the frog, had fuch an effeft upon the animal, that it made its long hops acrofs the field, as fail as it could. The Indian began to purfue the frog with...reached the pond before the Indian could over-take it. In fome years they are more nu^ merous than in others : no-body could tell, whether the fnakes had...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 45

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1772
...at the proper time : the noife he made in running frightened the poor frog ; probably it was a/raid of being tortured with fire again, and therefore it redoubled its leaps, and by that means it (cacuc4 the pond before the Indian could overtake it. ' In fome years they are more numerous than in...
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The New Lady's Magazine, Or, Polite and Entertaining Companion for ..., Volume 3

1788
...frog with all his might at the proper time : the noife he made in running frightened the poor frog j probably it was afraid of being tortured with fire again, and therefore it redoubled it's leaps, and by that means it reached the pond before the Indian could overtake it. In fome years...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 3

William Bingley - Zoology - 1803
...long leaps across the field as fast as it could. The Indian pursued it with all his might. The noise he made in running frightened the poor frog ; probably...therefore it redoubled its leaps, and by that means reached the pond, which was fixed on as their goal, before the Indian could overtake itf. The women...
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Annual Register, Volume 14

History - 1803
...might at the proper time : the noife he made in running frighlened the poor frog J probably it vfas afraid of: being tortured with fire again, and therefore...its leaps, and by that means it reached the pon-d beĽ fore the Indian could overtake it. In fome years they are more nu-- merous than in others: nobody...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 13

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1812
...Governor Johnfon's, equal the beft horfe in its fwifteft courfe, and almoft pafs by it. Therefore, in order to try how well the bull-frogs could leap, fome...reached the pond before the Indian could overtake it. In fome years they are more numerous than in others : nobody could tell whether the fnakes had ever...
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Museum Americanum; Or: Select Antiquities, Curiosities, Beauties, and ...

Charles Hulbert - America - 1823 - 341 pages
...Indian pursued it with all his might. The noise he made in running frightened the frog : proi bably it was afraid of being tortured with fire again, and...therefore it redoubled its leaps, and by that means reached the pond, which was fixed on as the goal, before the Indian could overtake It. In order to...
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Animal biography, or, Popular zoology, Volume 3

William Bingley - 1829
...as possible. The Indian pursued it with all his might. The noise he made in running frightened the Frog: probably it was afraid of being tortured with...therefore it redoubled its leaps, and by that means reached the pond, which was fixed on as the goal, before the Indian could overtake it. The women are...
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A history of the earth and animated nature, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - Nature - 1856
...its long leaps across the field as fast as it could. The Indian pursued it with his might. The noise he made in running frightened the poor frog; probably...fire again, and therefore it redoubled its leaps, and hy that means reached the pond, which was fiM'd on as their goal, before the Indian could overtake...
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