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" Dodo,' and the following account : — " The Dodo Herbert's flgurc. comes first to our description, here, and in Dygarrois (and no where else, that ever I could see or heare of, is generated the Dodo). (A Portuguize name it is, and has reference to her... "
A Dictionary of Birds - Page 156
by Alfred Newton - 1893 - 1212 lehte
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The English Cyclopaedia

1867
...following account : — " The Dodo Herbert's flgurc. comes first to our description, here, and in Dygarrois (and no where else, that ever I could see or heare...(A Portuguize name it is, and has reference to her simplenes), a bird which for shape and rarenesse might be called a Phoenix (wer't in Arabia) ; her...
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The Mauritius Almanac and Colonial Register

1878
...be enough to quote the beginning : " The Dodo comes fiist to a description : here, and in Dygarrois6 (and no where else, that ever I could see or heare of) is generated the Dodo (d Portuguize name it is, and has reference to her simpleness,) a Bird which for 4 What has become...
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Lippincott's Magazine, 31. köide

1883
...in the fol| lowing : " The dodo comes first to a description here, and in Dygarrois (and I nowhere else, that ever I could see or heare of) is generated...rareness might be call'da Phoenix ( wer't in Arabia.)" He also gives a quaint figure of the bird. Later, in 1646, there is record of a Mr. Gosling, " who...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., 7. köide

1888
...Dygarroùfi (and no where else, that ever I could see or hearo of) is generated the Dodo (a Portnguize name it is, and has reference to her simpleness,)...which for shape and rareness might be call'da Phoenix (wer' t in Arabia :) " — the rest of the passage is entertaining, but the whole has been often reprinted....
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Marvels Of Animal Life

Edwin J Walter - 1889
...bird in the following : " The dodo comes first to a description here, and in Dygarrois (and nowhere else, that ever I could see or heare of) is generated...bird which for shape and rareness might be call'da Phcenix (wer't in Arabia.)" He also gives a quaint figure of the bird. Canche, who made the voyage...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and ..., 7. köide

1890
...be enough to quote the beginning : " The Dodo comes first to a description : here, and in Dygarroif (and no where else, that ever I could see or heare of) is generated the Dodo (a Portngnize name it is, and has reference to her simpleness,) a Bird which for shape and rareness might...
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Creatures of Other Days

Henry Neville Hutchinson, William Henry Flower - 1894 - 270 lehte
...comes firft to our defcription. Here and in Dygarrois (and nowhere elfe that I cd. ever fee or hear of) is generated the Dodo — (A Portuguize name it is, and has reference to her fimplenes) — a bird which for fhape and rarenefs might be called a Phoenix (were't in Arabia) ; her...
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