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" ... Towards the southwest in the middle of this Bay" (ie, Back Bay, at mouth of Charles River) " is a great Oyster-banke "...." The Oyster-bankes " (referring to the same) " doe barre out the bigger ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata... "
Report on the Invertebrata of Massachusetts: comprising the Mollusca ... - Página 357
de Augustus Addison Gould, Massachusetts. Zoological and Botanical Survey - 1841 - 373 páginas
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1918
...ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata of Massachusetts," Ur. Gould says (p. 357) " old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found by special search, at any time." The cause of this great numerical reduction since colonial days is said to be a very severe cold spell...
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The Oyster Industry

Ernest Ingersoll - 1881 - 251 páginas
...give him the credit of believing better than he wrote, for in his first edition (1841) he records that "old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found, by special search, at any time ". 7. OYSTEB-CULTURE IN THE GULF OF MAINE. EARLY ATTEMPTS AT OYSTER-CULTURE. — I have ventured elsewhere...
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The American Journal of Science

John Rodgers - 1915
...ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata of Massachusetts," Dr. Gould says (p. 357) " old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found by special search, at any time." The cause of this great numerical reduction since colonial days is said to be a very severe cold spell...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1918
...ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata of Massachusetts," Dr. Gould says (p. 357) "old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found by special search, at any time." The cause of this great numerical reduction since colonial days is said to be a very severe cold spell...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1918
...ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata of Massachusetts," Dr. Gould says (p. 357) " old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found by special search, at any time." The cause of this great numerical reduction since colonial days is said to be a very severe cold spell...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1918
...ships." In the first edition (1841) of the " Invertebrata of Massachusetts," Dr. Gould says (p. 357) " old men relate that they were accustomed to go up...probably might be found by special search, at any time." The cause of this great numerical reduction since colonial days is said to be a very severe cold spell...
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