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" ... seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him; he took it sorrowfully in his arms and bore it away to his expecting companions. They who were witnesses of this extraordinary scene resolved never again to fire at one of the monkey race. "
Animal Intelligence - Page 434
by George John Romanes - 1888 - 520 lehte
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The Quarterly Review, 12. köide

1815
...began a lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gesture seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him; he took it sorrowfully in his arms,...expecting companions : they who were witnesses of the extraordinary scene, resolved never again to fire at one of the monkey race. One very singular...
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The Pocket magazine of classic and polite literature. [Continued as] The ...

1829
...began a lamentable moaning, and, by the most expressive gestures, seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him: he took it sorrowfully in his arms, and bore it away to his expecting companions. This is a proof of parental kindness which does honour to the whole tribe, aud their good sense in...
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the ..., 5. köide

1820
...lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gestures seemed to beg for the dead body. It was giren him; he took it sorrowfully in his arms, and bore...resolved never again to fire at one of the monkey BETTINGS. T3ETTINGS on the Derby. *•* 1819. Newmarket, Oct. i«. 12 to 1 agst Mr. Peirse's gr. c....
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, 2. köide

1824
...expressive gestures, to beg for the dead body. It was given him : he took it sorrowfully in his anus, and bore it away to his expecting companions, They who were witnesses of the extraordinary scene, resolved never again to fir« at one of the monkey race. (FORBES'« OÄIEXTAI....
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Apology Addressed to the Traveller's Club: Or, Anecdotes of Monkeys

William Stewart Rose - 1825 - 183 lehte
...began a lamentable moaning, and, by the most expressive gestures, seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him : he took it sorrowfully in his arms, and bore it away to his expecting companions. See the critique on Forbes 's Oriental Memoirs, vol. xii. p. 214, Quarterly Review, which I recommend...
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The Quarterly review, 12. köide

1815
...moaning, and by the most expressive gesture seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him; he tookit sorrowfully in his arms, and bore it away to his expecting companions : they who were witnesses of the extraordinary scene, resolved never again to fire at one of the monkey race. One very singular...
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Nature, 8. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1873
...began a lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gesture seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him ; he took it sorrowfully in his arms,...resolved never again to fire at one of the monkey race." GEORGE GULLIVER Canterbury, May 24 RECENT WORKS ON ECHINODERAfS Л MONO the most important of recent...
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The North American Review, 108. köide

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1869
...a lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gestures seemed to beg for the dead body. When it was given him, he took it sorrowfully in his arms and bore it away to his companions. Whether brutes sympathize with the happiness and sorrow of others might at first sight...
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Cassell's popular natural history, 1–2. köide

Cassell, ltd - 1871
...began a lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gestures seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him ; he took it sorrowfully in his arms, and bore it away to his expecting companions. Tlu.s ape is remarkable as being the only four-handed animal found on the European continent. The most...
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The Galaxy: A Magazine of Entertaining Reading, 16. köide

Mark Twain - 1873
...began a lamentable moaning, and by the most expressive gesture seemed to beg for the dead body. It was given him ; he took it sorrowfully in his arms and bore it away to his expectant companions. They who were witnesses of this extraordinary scene resolved never again to fire...
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