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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature - Page 394
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 36

1799
...was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompa- , nied us in whatever we were about to do. If the fea threw...to our great difadvantage ; and if they could not confume it all at once, they trailed it away in portions to the mountains, where they buried it under...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 36

1799
...clambered up, a threw down what was upon it with credible artifice and dexterity. XKty. watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were...devoured it, ere a man of us could come up, to our great disadvantage ; and if they could not confume it all at once, they trailed it away in portions to the...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volume 13

1799
...upon Ed. Mag. 0(7. 1799. I i * A pood is it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were...to our great difadvantage ; and if they could not confume it all at once, they trailed it away in portions to the mountains, where they buried it under...
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The Monthly Review

1800
...clambered up and thnyv down what was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. -Thty watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were about to do. If the sea threw up an animal of any kind, they devoured it, ere a man of us could come up ; to our great...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 41

History - 1801
...clambered up and threw down what was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were...threw up an animal of any kind, they devoured it, eru a man of us could come up ; to our great disadvantage : and, if t he v could not confume it all...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1801
...clambered up and threw down what was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were...about to do. If the fea threw up an animal of any ikind, they devoured it, ere a man of us could come up ; to our great difadvantage : and, if they could...
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View of the Russian Empire: During the Reign of Catharine, the ..., Volume 2

William Tooke - Russia - 1801
...dex" terity. They watched all our motions, and ac" companied us in whatever we were about to dp. .'** If the fea threw up an Animal of any kind they " devoured it, ere a man .of us could come up ; ito ** our great diiadvantage: and, if fhey could not " confume it all at once, they trailed it away...
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Annual Register, Volume 41

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...clambered up and threw down what was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were about to do. If the iea threw up an animal of any kind, they devoured it, ere a man of us could come up ; to our great...
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Annual Register, Volume 41

History - 1801
...clambered up and threw down what was upon it with incredible artifice and dexterity. They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were about to do. If the lea threw up an animal of any kind, they devoured it, ere ' a man of us could come up ; to our great...
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Animal Biography, Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners ..., Volume 2

William Bingley - Zoology - 1803
...less than the English pound. artifice and dexterity threw down what was upon it. " They watched all our motions, and accompanied us in whatever we were about to do. If the sea threw up an animal of any kind they devoured it, before we could get up to rescue it from them...
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