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" Polish ; but, regardless of these defects, we passed our time very merrily. While we were dancing, the old man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely, danced... "
The Life of Sir Charles Linnæus ...: To which is Added, a Copious List of ... - Página 275
de Dietrich Johann Heinrich Stöver - 1794 - 435 páginas
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1795
...emaciated, became a fpeftator of our amufement, and fometimes, though very rarely, danced a Polifh dance, in which he excelled every one of us young men. He was extremely delighted whenever he faw us in high glee, nay, if we even became very noify ; had lie not always found us fo, he would have...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1797
...a fpeftator of our amufement, and fometimes, though very rarely, danced a Polifh dance, in which be excelled every one of us young men. He was extremely delighted whenever he (aw us in high glee, nay, if we even became very noify ; had he not always found us fo, he would have...
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Lives of Eminent Zoologists: From Aristotle to Linnaeus : with Introductory ...

William MacGillivray - 1834 - 391 páginas
...the old man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely,...not always found us so, he would have manifested his apprehension that we were not sufficiently entertained." The presents which he received from his admirers,...
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Lives of Eminent Zoologists: From Aristotle to Linnaeus : with Introductory ...

William MacGillivray - 1834 - 391 páginas
...the old man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely,...not always found us so, he would have manifested his apprehension that we were not sufficiently entertained." The presents which he received from his admirers,...
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Lives of Eminent Zoologists: From Aristotle to Linnaeus

William MacGillivray - 1834 - 391 páginas
...the old man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely,...not always found us so, he would have manifested his apprehension that we were not sufficiently entertained." The presents which he received from his admirers,...
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The Monthly Review

1835
...the old man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely,...he not always found us so, he would have manifested his'apprehension that we were not sufficiently entertained. " The presents which he received from his...
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The Natural History of Humming Birds, Volumen 1

Sir William Jardine - 1845
...man, who smoked his pipe with Zoega, who was deformed by nature, and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though very rarely,...his apprehensions lest we should not be sufficiently entertained. Those days, those hours, shall never be erased from my memory, and every remembrance of...
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Heroes of Science: Botanists, Zoologists, and Geologists

Peter Martin Duncan - 1882 - 348 páginas
...merrily. While we danced, Linnaeus sat looking on, and smoking his pipe; sometimes, though very rarely, he danced a Polish dance, in which he excelled every one of us young men. He was exceedingly delighted when he saw us in high glee, nay, even if we became noisy. His only anxiety was,...
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Through the Fields with Linnaeus: A Chapter in Swedish History, Volumen 2

Florence Caddy - 1886
...with Zoega, who was deformed and emaciated, became a spectator of our amusement, and sometimes, though rarely, danced a Polish dance, in which he excelled...every one of us young men. He was extremely delighted to see us in high glee and liked us to be noisy.' l While Linnaeus, like another Vicar of Wakefield,...
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