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" O thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought thee hither, to a place never visited by any one before ? This is the first time I ever beheld a stranger. Thou miserable creature ! how didst thou come, and wbither wilt thou go ? Dost thou not perceive... "
The Natural History of Humming Birds - PÓgina 75
per Sir William Jardine - 1845
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Lives of Eminent Zoologists: From Aristotle to Linnaeus

William MacGillivray - 1834 - 391 pÓgines
...hair hung loose about her head, and on it she wore a fiat red cap. ' O thou poor man !' quoth she, ' what hard destiny can have brought thee hither, to...creature ! how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ?' " Linnaeus entreated her to point out some way by which he might continue his journey. " ' Nay,...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, in 1833, 1834, and ...

Richard King - 1836
...reached her hut, exhausted by hunger and the fatigue of travelling through innumerable marshes : — " O thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought...creature ! how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ?" Captain Back rather avoided an interview than otherwise, as he considered, from the want of an interpreter,...
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Magazine of Natural History, Volum 2

John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson - 1829
...reached her hut, exhausted by hunger and the fatigue of travelling through interminable marshes, " U, thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought...creature ! how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ?" (Introd. p. xxiv.) This inhospitable tract furnishes 9 species of Carnivora, including bears and...
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LinnŠus and Jussieu, or, The rise and progress of systematic botany [by D.C ...

Daniel C. Carr - 1844 - 112 pÓgines
...frightened our traveller ; but though a fury in appearance, she spoke with mingled pity and reserve. ' O thou poor man! what hard destiny can have brought...I ever beheld a stranger. Thou miserable creature I how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ? Dost thou not perceive what houses and habitations...
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The Polar Regions

Sir John Richardson - 1861 - 400 pÓgines
...ornament with brass rings. She addressed me with mingled pity and reserve in the following words : — " 0 thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought...creature ! how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ?" The northern termination of the woods, co-incident with the south-west borders of the barren-grounds...
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The countries of the world, Volum 1

Robert Brown - 1876
...ornament, with brass rings. She addressed me, with mingled pity and reserve, in the following words : ' O thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought...creature ! how didst thou come, and whither wilt thou go ? ' " In a word, the student from Upsal thought, as did another famous Lapland traveller, who came...
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The Country of the Moors: A Journey from Tripoli in Barbary to the City of ...

Edward Rae - 1877 - 334 pÓgines
...0 thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought thee hither to a place never visited by anyone before ? This is the first time I ever beheld a stranger....creature ! how did'st thou come, and whither wilt thou go ? ' The soldier had been gone for half an hour, and we still sat among the crowd. 1 told Perruquier...
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Through the Fields with LinnŠus: A Chapter in Swedish History, Volum 1

Florence Caddy - 1887
...a woman of very diminutive stature to see me, who addressed me in Swedish in the following terms : "0 thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought thee hither, to a place never visited by anyone before ? This is the first time I ever beheld a stranger. Thou miserable creature ! How didst...
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Through the Fields with Linnaeus: A Chapter in Swedish History, Volum 1

Florence Caddy - 1887
...woman of very diminutive stature to see me, who addressed me in Swedish in the following terms : " 0 thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought thee hither, to a place never visited by anyone before ? This is the first time I ever beheld a stranger. Thou miserable creature ! How didst...
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The Literary World: Choice Readings from the Best New Books, with Critical ...

1878
...old woman in Lapland, who addressed him with mingled pity and reserve in the following words: — "O thou poor man ! what hard destiny can have brought...creature ! how did'st thou come, and whither wilt thou go ? " The soldier had been gone for half an hour, and we still sat among the crowd. I told Perruquier...
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