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" To make myself assured that the animal was in its perfect state, I made the man hold him by the neck, so as to force him to open his mouth, and lacerate the thigh of a pelican, a bird I had tamed, as big as a swan. The bird died in about thirteen minutes,... "
Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ... - Page 580
by E. Polehamton - 1815
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Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile: In the Years 1768 ..., Volume 7

James Bruce - Egypt - 1813
...with us fully four hours, without his applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. To make myself assured that the animal was in its...mouth, and lacerate the thigh of a pelican, a bird 1 had tamed, as big as a swan. The bird died in about thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected...
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Calmet's Great Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Scripture illustrated, by means ...

Augustin Calmet, Charles Taylor, Edward Wells - Bible - 1814
...him with us full four hours, without applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. "To make myself assured that the animal was in its...mouth, and lacerate the thigh of a pelican, a bird I bad tamed, as big as a swan. The bird died in about 13 minutes, though it was apparently after ted...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 5

Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good - Natural history - 1818
...box, he leaped near the distance of three feet, and fastened between the man's fore-finger and thumh, so as to bring the blood. The fellow shewed no sign...thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected in fifty seconds ; and we cannot think this was a fair trial, because, a very few minutes before it had...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ...

Edward Polehampton, John M. Good - Science - 1821
...perpendicular to the side of the box, he leaped near the distance of three feet, and fastened between the mao's fore-finger and thumb, so as to bring the blood. The...perfect state, I made the man hold him by the neck, HP as to force him to open his mouth, and lacerate the thigii of a pelican, a bird I had tamed, as...
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Illustrations of the holy Scriptures, Volume 1

George Paxton - 1825
...him with us full four hours, without applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. " To make myself assured that the animal was in its...thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected in fifty seconds ; and we cannot think it was a fair trial, because a very few minutes before, it had...
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The Wonders of Nature and Providence, Displayed

Adventure and adventurers - 1826 - 616 pages
...him with us full four hours, without applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. "To make myself assured that the animal was in its...his mouth, and lacerate the thigh of a pelican, a hird 1 had tamed, as hig as a swan. The hird died in ahout 13 minutes, though it was apparently affected...
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The Class Reptilia

Georges baron Cuvier, Edward Pidgeon - Reptiles - 1831 - 481 pages
...with us full four hours, without his applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclinc'd to do so. To make myself assured that the animal was in its...thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected in about fifty seconds ; and we cannot think this a fair trial, because a very few minutes before it had...
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The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization, Volume 9

Georges Cuvier (baron), Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, Pierre André Latreille, George Robert Gray - Zoology - 1831
...with us full four hours, without his applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. To make myself assured that the animal was in its...thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected in about fifty seconds ; and we cannot think this a fair trial, because a very few minutes before it had...
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Medical zoology, and mineralogy; or Illustrations and descriptions of the ...

John Stephenson - 1832
...with us full four hours, without his applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. To make myself assured that the animal was in its...thirteen minutes, though it was apparently affected in about fifty seconds ; and we cannot think this a fair trial, because a very few minutes before it had...
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Egypt: a familiar description of the land, people and produce

1839
...him with us full four hours, without applying any sort of remedy, or his seeming inclined to do so. " To make myself assured that the animal was in its...swan. The bird died in about thirteen minutes, though his death was apparently effected in fifty seconds. The cerastes is a great lover of heat, for though...
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