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" ... the yellow mouse-ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three o'clock in the afternoon, and at three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close... "
Flower, fruit and thorn pieces: or, The married life, death, and wedding of ... - Page 138
1845
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The New monthly belle assemblée, Volumes 36-37

...o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen and the yellow mouse ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three o'clock in the...three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flowerclock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close...
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THE FLORICULTURAL CABINET, AND FLORIST'S MAGAZINE.

JOSEPH HARRISON - 1851
...was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen, and with the yellow Mouse-ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three...three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close...
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Phyto-theology: or, Botanical sketches, intended to illustrate the works of ...

John Hutton Balfour - Science - 1851 - 242 pages
...was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen, and with the yellow mouse-ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three...three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close...
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Flowers and Flower-gardens

David Lester Richardson - Flower gardening - 1855 - 232 pages
...when it was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen and the yellow mouse-ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three...three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 11; Volume 103

William Hendry Stowell - English literature - 1856
...when it was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen, and the yellow mouse-ear, I always fell asleep, but at three o'clock in the afternoon, and three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock...
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Botany and religion; or, Illustrations of the works of God in the structure ...

John Hutton Balfour - 1859
...was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen, and with the yellow mouse-ear, I always fell asleep ; but at three...three in the morning, I awoke as regularly as though I was a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings, when our flower-leaves close...
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Flower, Fruit and Thorn Pieces: Or, the Married Life, Death, and ..., Volume 2

Thomas Carlyle - German fiction - 1868
...know when it was two o'clock, because at that time, together with a thousand other stout gentlemen, and with the little yellow mouse-ear, I always fell...regularly as though I were a repeater. Thus we mortals may be a flower-clock for higher beings when our flower-leaves close upon our last bed ; or sand-clocks,...
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