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" Mr. Bartram has beautifully expressed it, " He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recall his very soul, expired in the last elevated strain. "
New York Visitor and Lady's Album - Página 113
1842
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American Medical and Philosophical Register: Or, Annals of ..., Volumen 1

David Hosack, John Wakefield Francis - 1814
...descends as his song swells or dies away : and as my friend Mr. Bartram has beautifully expressed it, ' He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recal his very soul, expired in the last elevated strain." While thus exerting himself, a by-stander...
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The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and ...

1813
...descends I as his song swells' or dies away ; and, as my friend Mr. Barlram has beautifully expressed it, "he bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recal his very soul, expired in the last elevated strain." While thus exerting himI self, a by-stander,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 20

1826
...as his song swells or dies away : and, as my friend Sir Bartram has beautifully expressed it — ' He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recall his very soul, expired iu the last elevated strain*' While thus exerting himself, a by-stander destitute of sight, would suppose...
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American Ornithology: Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the United ...

Alexander Wilson - 1828
...descends as his song swells or dies away; and, as my friend Mr. Bartram has beautifully expressed it, " He bounds aloft " with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recal his "very soul, expired in the last elevated strain."* While thus exerting himself, a bystander...
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American Ornithology: Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the ..., Volumen 1

Alexander Wilson, George Ord - 1828
...descends as his song swells or die* away; and, as my friend Mr. Bartram has beautifully expressed it, ' He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to * The reader is referred to our author's figure of this bird, which is one of the most spirited drawings...
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Time's Telescope

1820
...sweeps round with enthusiastic ecstasy — he mounts and descends as his song swells or dies away. While exerting himself, a bystander, destitute of sight, would suppose that the whole feathered tribe had assembled together on a trial of skill, each striving to produce his utmost effect, so perfect...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volumen 9

1826
...mounts and descends as his song swells or dies away ; and, as it has been beautifully expressed, " he bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as...soul, expired in the last elevated strain." While exerting himself, a bystander, destitute of sight, would suppose that the whole feathered tribe had...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1837
...musicus of Uundin. ( Orpheus polyglottus. as my friend Mr. Bartram has beautifully expressed it, ' He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as if to recover or recal his very soul, expired in the last elevated strain.' While thus exerting himself, a bystander,...
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Sporting Anecdotes, Original and Selected: Including Numerous Characteristic ...

Pierce Egan - 1823
...mounts and descends as his song swells or dies away ; which has thus been beautifully expressed. " He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as...soul, expired in the last elevated strain." While exerting himself, a by-stander, destitute of sjg'ht, would suppose that the whole featheri:d tribe...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 20

1826
...descends as his song swells or dies away ; and, as my friend Mr Bartram has beautifully expressed it — ' He bounds aloft with the celerity of an arrow, as...last elevated strain.' While thus exerting himself, aby-stander destitute of sight, would suppose that the whole feathered tribes had assembled together...
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