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" A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly... "
Travels, Or Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant ... - Page 188
by Thomas Shaw - 1757 - 513 pages
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Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: Derived Principally from the Manners ...

George Bush - Bible - 1839 - 656 pages
...a retreat is altogether impossible. A day or two aAer one of these broods is in motion, others are already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark, and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage ; so justly have they...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 39

Child rearing - 1842
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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The Bible cyclopędia: or, Illustrations of the civil and natural history of ...

William Goodhugh, William Cooke Taylor - 1843
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark, and the young branches of such trees, as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Volume 9

1846
...a retreat is altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods is in motion, others are already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark, and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage; so justly have they...
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The four little wise ones [a child's natural history of the ant, the rabbit ...

Four little wise ones - Ants - 1853 - 427 pages
...a retreat is altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these hordes is in motion, others are already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark, and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped, with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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The Union Bible Dictionary: For the Use of Schools, Bible Classes, and Families

F. A. P. - Bible - 1855 - 690 pages
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to march and glean 'after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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The union Bible dictionary: for the use of schools, Bible classes, and families

Frederick Adolphus Packard - Bible - 1855 - 600 pages
...altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already batehed to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before eseaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: Derived Principally from the Manners ...

George Bush - Bible - 1865 - 656 pages
...a retreat is altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods is in motion, others are re murmuring. — ROBEHTS. such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage ; so justly nave they...
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine, Volumes 45-46

American literature - 1877
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing- off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit anil foliage. So justly have they...
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A Biblical Cyclopędia: Or, Dictionary of Eastern Antiquities, Geography ...

John Eadie - Bible - 1868 - 690 pages
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were M ^^}1 [ J @Їla ] <d 98 ' 8< sdz pɄ @= J%)üa 6\ " ~ S '! !Sz such trees as had before escaped, with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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