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" With many of the feathered race, he pays the common tribute of a morning and an evening song ; and even when the meridian sun has shut in silence the mouths of almost the whole of animated nature, the campanero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll,... "
A Dictionary of Birds - Page 29
by Alfred Newton - 1893 - 1212 lehte
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Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1825 - 326 lehte
...the mouths of almost the whole of animated nature, the Campanero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll, and then a pause for a minute, then another...or eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on. Acteon would stop in mid chase, Maria would defer her evening song, and Orpheus himself would drop...
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The Quarterly review, 33. köide

1826
...all animated nature besides is sunk in dead silence. ' We now hear his toll,' says Mr. Waterton, ' and then a pause for a minute, then another toll and...eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on.' Addressing the ' courteous reader,' our Wanderer says, — • ' When in thy hammock, should the thought...
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The Quarterly Review, 33. köide

1826
...all animated nature besides is suuk in dead silence. ' We now hear his toll,' says Mr. Waterton, ' and then a pause for a minute, then another toll and...for six or eight minutes, and then another toll, and soon.' Addressing the ' courteous reader,' our Wanderer says, — ' When in thy hammock, should the...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., 10. köide

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1826
...campanen itill cheers the forent. You hear his toll, and :hen a pause for a minute, then another toll, ml then a pause again, and then a toll, and again a pause....for six or eight minutes, and then another toll, and on." Then comes the author's flourish — " Acteon would stop in mid chase, Maria would defer her evening...
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Four Years in Southern Africa

Cowper Rose - 1829 - 308 lehte
...the silent shady river, darkened by the gloomy foliage on panero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll, and then a pause for a minute ; then another...eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on."— This bird is a native of Guiana. its banks, the hushed and dreamy stillness, save when the distant...
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The Minstrelsy of the Woods, Or, Sketches and Songs Connected with the ...

S. Waring - 1832 - 227 lehte
...falconer or his attendalmost the whole of animated nature, the campanero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll, and then a pause for a minute ; then another...or eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on. Acteon would stop in mid chase, Maria would defer her evening song, and Orpheus himself would drop...
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The Minstrelsy of the Woods, Or, Sketches and Songs Connected with the ...

S. Waring - 1832 - 227 lehte
...the mouths of almost the whole of animated nature, the campanero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll, and then a pause for a minute ; then another...or eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on. Acteon would stop in mid chase, Maria would defer her evening song, and Orpheus himself would drop...
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An Introduction to the Study of Birds: Or, the Elements of Ornithology on ...

1835 - 584 lehte
...the mouths of almost the whole of animated nature, the Campanero still cheers the forest. You hear his toll ; and then a pause for a minute ; then another...eight minutes ; and then another toll, and so on." The most anxious travellers cannot refuse to pause and listen to him, so sweet, so novel, and romantic...
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On the Beauties, Harmonies and Sublimities of Nature; with ..., 1. köide

Charles Bucke - 1837
...are silent, the forest is still cheered by this bird. " You hear his toll," says Waterton", "and then pause for a minute; then another toll, and then a...toll, and again a pause. Then he is silent for six 6*r eight minutes, and then another toll, and so on. Orpheus himself would drop his lute to listen...
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Sketches of the animal and vegetable productions of America

Mary Roberts - 1839 - 285 lehte
...astonishment as the toll of the campanero. You may hear his toll, and then he pauses for a minute; then a toll, and again a pause. Then he is silent for perhaps a quarter of an hour, again a toll is heard, and all is still again. "Actseon," as Waterton...
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