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" I found the natives generally as much at a loss in this respect as myself. Sometimes a sound is heard like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piercing cry rends the air : these are not repeated, and the succeeding silence tends... "
Beadle's Monthly - Seite 471
1866
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Hall's Journal of Health, Band 20

1873
...through the wilderness, as some great bough or entire tree falls to the ground. There are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. I found the natives generally aa much at a loss in this respect as myself Sometimes a sound is heard like the clang of an iron bar...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Band 60

1863
...through the wilderness, as some great bough or entire tree falls to the ground. There are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. I found...clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piereing cry rends the air ; these are not repeated ; and the succeeding silence tends to highten...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits ..., Band 1

Henry Walter Bates - 1863 - 351 Seiten
...falls to the ground. There R | a a o CHAP. II. MYSTERIOUS SOUNDS IN THE FOREST. 73 are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. I found...clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piercing cry rends the air ; these are not repeated, and the succeeding silence tends to heighten...
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The Living Age ..., Band 78

1863
...falls to the ground. There are besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. Mr. Bates found the natives, generally, as much at a loss in this respect as himself. Sometimes a sound is heard like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a...
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the new monthly magazine

william harrison ainsworth - 1863
...falls to the ground. There are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. Mr. Bates found the natives, generally, as much at a loss in this respect as himself. Sometimes a sound is heard like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a...
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New Monthly Magazine, Bände 127-128

1863
...falls to the ground. There are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. Mr. Bates found the natives, generally, as much at a loss in this respect as himself. Sometimes a sound is heard like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a...
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Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4, Band 1

1864
...through the wilderness, as some great bough or entire tree falls to the ground. There are, besides, many sounds which it is impossible to account for. I found...clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piercing cry rends the air : these are not repeated, and the succeeding silence tends to heighten...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1864
...Other sounds are not so easily accounted for, even by the natives themselves, such as a sudden noise like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piercing cry which rends the air — sounds not repeated, while the succeeding silence tends to heighten...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

1864
...Other sounds are not so easily accounted for, even by the natives themselves, such as a sudden noise like the clang of an iron bar against a hard, hollow tree, or a piercing cry which rends the air — sounds not repeated, while the succeeding silence tends to heighten...
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The Quarterly Review, Band 118

1865
...through the wilderness, as some great bough or entire tree falls to the ground. There are besides many sounds which it is impossible to account for. I found...clang of an iron bar against a hard hollow tree, or a piercing cry rends the air ; these are not repeated, and the succeeding silence tends to heighten...
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