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" The few sounds of birds are of that pensive and mysterious character which intensifies the feeling of solitude rather than imparts a sense of life and cheerfulness. "
Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4 - Page 114
1864
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 60. köide

1863
...effects on the mind. Man feels so completely his insignificance there, and the vasmess of nature. ***** We often read in books of travels of the silence and...deepens on a longer acquaintance. The few sounds of hirds are of that pensive or mysterious character which intensifies the feeling of solitude rather...
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the new monthly magazine

william harrison ainsworth - 1863
...lasts from July to December, is varied with showers, and the wet from January to June, with sunny days. We often read, in books of travels, of the silence and gloom of the primeval forest. They are — Mr. Bates adds his testimony to the fact — realities, and the impression,...
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The Living Age ..., 78. köide

1863
...lasts from July to December, is varied with showere, and the wet from January to June, with sunny days. We often read, in books of travels, of the silence and gloom of the primeval forest. They are — Mr. Bates adds his testimony to the fact — realities, and the impression,...
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New Monthly Magazine, 127–128. köide

1863
...lasts from July to December, is varied with showers, and the wet from January to June, with sunny days. We often read, in books of travels, of the silence and gloom of the primeval forest. They are — Mr. Bates adds his testimony to the fact — realities, and the impression,...
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The Quarterly Review, 118. köide

1865
...Bates's impressions of the interior of a primeval forest : — ' The silence and gloom,' he Bays, ' arc realities, and the impression deepens on a longer...acquaintance. The few sounds of birds are of that pensive and mysterious character which intensifies tho feeling of solitude rather than imparts a sense of life...
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Catholic World, 2. köide

1866
...read Mr. Bates's impressions of the interior of a primeval forest : " The silence and gloom," he says, "are realities, and the impression deepens on a longer...acquaintance. The few sounds of birds are of that pensive and mysterious character which intensifies the feeling of solitude rather tan imparts a sense of life...
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Nature, 33. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1886
...temperate lands." Mr. Bates, on this subject, says : — "The few sounds of birds are of that pensive and mysterious character which intensifies the feeling...rather than imparts a sense of life and cheerfulness." On the question of tropical bird-music much remains to be said by future travellers ; but South America...
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The golden Americas

John Tillotson - 1870
...mind. Man feels so completely his insignificance there and the vastness of Nature. '•*••• " We often read in books of travels of the silence and...Brazilian forests. They are realities, and the impression demons on a longer acquaintance. The few sounds of birds are of that tpansive or mysterious character...
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Sergeant Atkins: A Tale of Adventure. Founded on Fact

James Lowry Donaldson - 1871 - 301 lehte
...recent writer thus alludes to certain mysterious noises in the Brazilian forests: "The silence and gloom are realities, and the impression deepens on a longer...acquaintance. The few sounds of birds are of that pensive and mysterious character which intensifies the feelings of solitude rather than imparts a sense of...
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Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, 4. köide

Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society - 1889
...became almost painful a cool, moist, clammy air pervaded the noiseless shade." Again, " we often read of the silence and gloom of the Brazilian forests...the impression deepens on a longer acquaintance," and yet ho speaks of the ground beneath the trees as "carpeted with Lycopodium" and of the number of...
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