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" I remember in the place where I was a boy, with what .terror this bird's note affected the whole village; they considered it as the presage of some sad event, and generally found or made ope to succeed it. "
The Domestic Habits of Birds - Pągina 240
per James Rennie - 1833 - 379 pągines
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature, Volum 4

Oliver Goldsmith - 1816
...the bittern is plump and fleshy, as it feeds upon vegetables when more nourishing food is wanting. It cannot be, therefore, from its voracious appetites,...remember in the place where I was a boy, with what terror 4his bird's note affected the whole village ; they considered it as the presage of some sad event ;...
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature, Volum 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1824
...the bittern is plump and fleshy, as it feeds upon vegetables when more nourishing food is wanting. It cannot be, therefore, from its voracious appetites,...presage of some sad event, and generally found or made ope to succeed it. I do not speak ludicrously ; but if any person in the neighbourhood died, they supposed...
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Birds, pt. 5-6. Fishes, pt. 1-4. Of frogs, lizards and serpents

Oliver Goldsmith - 1824
...the bittern is plump and fleshy, as it feeds upon vegetables when more nourishing food is wanting. It cannot be, therefore, from its voracious appetites, but its hollow boom, that the bittern is. held hi such detestation by the vulgar. I remember in the place where I was a boy, with what terror this...
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The American Quarterly Review, Volum 21

1837
...Nature, it is thus poetically adverted to, with the effects of its call upon the minds of I he villagers. I remember in the place where I was a boy with what terror this bird's note affected the whole milage ; they considered it as the presage of some sad event; and generally found or made one to succeed...
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The Natural History of Ireland, Volum 2

William Thompson - 1850
...personal observation in his native country. He remarks that it is not from its voracious appetite, " but its hollow boom, that the bittern is held in such...remember, in the place where I was a boy, with what terror the bird's note affected the whole village ; they considered it as the presage of some sad event ;...
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Ornamental, Aquatic, and Domestic Fowl, and Game Birds: Their Importation ...

James Joseph Nolan - 1850 - 191 pągines
...the bittern is plump and fleshy, as it feeds upon vegetables, when more nourishing food is wanted. It cannot be, therefore, from its voracious appetites,...that the bittern is held in such detestation by the Tulgar. On hearing the bittern's boom, the villagers presage fome sad event, and generally find or...
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Ornamental, Aquatic, and Domestic Fowl, and Game Birds: Their Importation ...

James Joseph Nolan - 1850 - 191 pągines
...feeds upon vegetables, when more nourishing food is wanted. It cannot be, therefore, from its yoracions appetites, but its hollow boom, that the bittern is held in such detestation by the vulgar. On hearing the bittern's boom, the villagers presage some sad event, and generally find or make one...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Including a Variety of ..., Volum 4

Oliver Goldsmith, Sir James Prior - 1850
...formidable being that resided at the bottom of the waters. I remember in the place where I was a hoy with what terror this bird's note affected the whole village : they considered it as a presage of some sad event, and generally found or made one to succeed it." — Animated Nature, vol....
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The North British Review, Volum 19

1853
...hear, " At evening o'er the swampy plain, The bittern's boom come far." Yet Goldsmith remembered, when a boy, with what terror this bird's note affected the whole village, and how the people regarded it as the presage of some sad event. If anybody died it could not be otherwise,...
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Stories about Birds: With Pictures to Match

Francis Channing Woodworth - 1854 - 336 pągines
...people to foretell some calamity or other, as a death in the family. " I remember," writes Goldsmith, " in the place where I was a boy, with what terror this...the presage of some sad event, and generally found one to succeed it. If any person in the neighborhod died, they supposed it could not be otherwise,...
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