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" ... be entirely destroyed. After they have passed, nothing remains but the large branches and the roots, which being under ground have escaped their voracity." And in a late work of travels in the same country we find the following passage : — " During... "
Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the ... - Page 497
by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1878
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Excurisons in the mountains of Ronda and Granada, 2. köide

Charles Rochfort Scott - 1838
...lakes, nor has the name it bears been given from its being impregnated with salt. During our ride, we observed a number of men advancing in skirmishing...locusts into a wide piece of linen spread on the ground at some distance before them, wherein they were made prisoners. These animals are about three times...
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An Introduction to Entomology: Or, Elements of the Natural History of ...

William Kirby, William Spence - 1846 - 600 lehte
...in the same country we find the following passage : — " During our ride (from Cordova to Seville) we observed a number of men advancing in skirmishing...with long flails. Curious to know what could be the motives for this Xerxes-like treatment of the earth, we turned out of the road to inspect their operations,...
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NATURAL HISTORY OF INSECTS: NOXIOUS AND USEFUL INSECTS

WILLIAM KIRBY, M.A. F.R.S. F.L.S. - 1858
...in the same country we find the following passage : — " During our ride (from Cordova to Seville), we observed a number of men advancing in skirmishing...with long flails. Curious to know what could be the motives for this Xerxes-like treatment of the earth, we turned out of the road to inspect their operations,...
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Transactions of the Department of Agriculture of the State of ..., 14. köide

Illinois. Department of Agriculture - 1878
...Excursions into Ronda Granada," as quoted by Kirby, says : " During our ride from Cordova to Seville, we observed a number of men advancing in skirmishing...most savagely with long flails. Curious to know what might oe the motive for this Xerxes-like treatment of the earth, we turned out of the road to inspect...
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