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" ... this operation he endeavours to undo with his trunk some of the knots which have been made, and often attempts to give a destructive blow to the diminutive creatures so actively engaged in confirming his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are... "
An Historical, Political, and Statistical Account of Ceylon and Its Dependencies - Seite 715
von Charles Pridham - 1849 - 4 Seiten
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Band 70

1808
...his captivity. But the two lame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief, by gently lowering his proboscis with their own : if he continue lone refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last produce...
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A Description of Ceylon, Band 1

James Cordiner - 1807
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief by gently lowering his proboscis with their own: if he continue long refractory, VOL. I. GG they batter him with their heads, and at...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Band 5

E. Polehamton - 1815
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief, by gently lowering his proboscis with their own : if he continue long refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last produce...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Band 8

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief, by gently lowering his proboscis with their own : if he continue long refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last produce...
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Stories of the animal world; arranged so as to form a systematic ...

Bourne Hall Draper - 1845
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief, by gently lowering his proboscis with their own. If he continues long refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last produce...
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An Historical, Political, and Statistical Account of Ceylon and Its ..., Band 2

Charles Pridham - 1849 - 887 Seiten
...had drawn tight the cords which bound him to the necks of his sagacious conductors. CHAP. IV.] DEBAT ELEPHANT HUNT — A KBAAL. 715 tage to the community....leisurely to the garden of stalls, where they delivered up then- charge to experience another species of hardship. On the march the riders struck up a rustic...
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Ceylon: Past and Present

Sir George Barrow (2d bart.) - 1857 - 196 Seiten
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief by gently lowering his proboscis with their own; and if he continue long refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last produce...
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History of Ceylon from the Earliest Period to the Year 1815: With ...

Philalethes - 2003 - 341 Seiten
...his captivity. But the two tame animals, who are vigilantly observant of all his motions, never fail to prevent him from doing any mischief by gently lowering his proboscis with their own : and, if he continue long refractory, they batter him with their heads, and at last...
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