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Page 105 - Yea, the stork in the heaven knoweth her appointed times ; and the turtle, and the crane, and the swallow, observe the time of their coming; but my people know not the judgment of the LORD.
Page 89 - Our reverence for the nobility of manhood will not be lessened by the knowledge that Man is, in substance and in structure, one with the brutes; for, he alone possesses the marvellous endowment of intelligible and rational speech...
Page 112 - Liesk assures me that he has repeatedly seen this effected. The crab begins by tearing the husk, fibre by fibre, and always from that end under which the three eye-holes are situated ; when this is completed, the crab commences hammering with its heavy claws on one of the eye-holes till an opening is made. Then turning round its body, by the aid of its posterior THE COCOANUT-CBAB 157 and narrow pair of pincers, it extracts the white albuminous substance.
Page 131 - Stories on my Duty towards God and my Neighbour," &c. With Four full-page Illustrations, on toned paper. Crown 8vo. Cloth boards 3 o PANELLED HOUSE (THE) : a Chronicle of Two Sisters
Page 129 - Charlie Tyrrell, and other Tales illustrative of the Lord's Prayer. By CE BOWEN, Author of "New Stories on Old Subjects.
Page 130 - Fortunes of the Fletchers, The ; a Story of Life in Canada and Australia. By CH EDEN, Esq. With three full-page illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo, cloth boards 2 6 Gaudentius : a Story of the Colosseum. By the Rev. GS DAVIES, Charterhouse, Godalming. Author of
Page 130 - Eeotor of Burgstead, The. A Tale of the Saxon Church. By the Rev. EL CUTTS, BA, Author of " The Villa of Claudius,"
Page 112 - I think this is as curious a case of instinct as ever I heard of, and likewise of adaptation in structure between two objects apparently so remote from each other in the scheme of nature as a crab and a cocoa-nut tree.
Page 58 - Let me put on a higher power, and submit it to your observation. You see a flat area of clear jelly, of very irregular form, with sinuosities and jutting points, like the outline of some island in a map. A great number of minute blackish granules and vesicles occupy the central part, but the edges are clear and colourless. A large bladder is seen near one side, which appears filled with a subtile fluid.