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" ... song. How sweetly does this harmonize with the soft dawning of the day ! He goes on till the twinkling sunbeams begin to tell him that his notes no longer accord with the rising scene. Up starts the lark, and with him a variety of sprightly... "
The Life of Edward Jenner ...: With Illustrations of His Doctrines, and ... - Página 279
por John Baron - 1838
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1825
...for it in the park, the forest, or some sequestered dell, half inclosed by the coppice or the wood. " First the robin, and not the lark, as has been generally...goes on till the twinkling sunbeams begin to tell Mm his notes no longer accord with the rising scene. Up starts the lark, and with him a variety of...
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A series of lessons, in prose and verse, progessively arranged [ed.] by J.M ...

James Melville M'Culloch - 1831
...being impressed with the conviction that there is design in the arrangement of this sylvan minstrelsy. First the robin (and not the lark, as has been generally imagined), as soon as twilight has drawn its imperceptible line between night and day, begins his lovely song. How sweetly does this harmonize...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

1838
...discomposure of mind beyond any thing. It will produce a calm in the midst of a storm. THE MUSIC OF BIRDS. " First, the robin, and not the lark, as has been generally...goes on till the twinkling sunbeams begin to tell him that his notes no longer accord with the rising scene. Up starts the lark, and with him a variety of...
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The illustrated London reading book

Illustrated London news - 1851
...being impressed with the conviction that there is design in the arrangement of this sylvan minstrelsy. First the robin (and not the lark, as has been generally imagined), as soon as jg twilight has drawn its imperceptible line between night and day, begins his lovely song. How sweetly...
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Graduated exercises for translation into German, extr. from Engl. authors ...

Friedrich Otto Froembling - 1866
...being impressed with the conviction that there is design in the arrangement of this sylvan minstrelsy. First the robin (and not the lark, as has been generally imagined), as soon as twilight has drawn its imperceptible line between night and day, begins his lovely song. How sweetly does this harmonize...
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Eccentricities of the Animal Creation

John Timbs - 1869 - 352 páginas
...so remarkable that one cannot but suppose it to be the result of benevolent design. " From the Robin (not the Lark, as has been generally imagined), as soon as twilight has drawn its imperceptible line between night and day, begins his artless song. How sweetly does this harmonize...
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The Journal of Education for Ontario, Volúmenes25-26

1872
...remarkable that one cannot but suppose it to be the result of a benevolent design. First, the robin — not the lark, as has been generally imagined — as soon as twilight has drawn an imperceptible line between night and day, begins his artless song. How sweetly does this harmonize...
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New reader, Volumen1

New reader - 1879
...night and day, begins his artless song. How sweetly does this harmonise with the soft dawning of the day! He goes on till the twinkling sunbeams begin to tell him that his notes no longer accord with the rising scene. Up starts the lark, and with him a variety of...
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Once a Week

1871
...remarkable, that one cannot but suppose it to be the result of a benevolent design. First, the robin — not the lark, as has been generally imagined — as soon as twilight has drawn its imperceptible line between night and day, begins his artless song. How sweetly does this harmonize...
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

1911
...history is strongly brought out here as well as in the following : OBSERVATIONS ON MIGRATION OF BIRDS " First the robin, and not the lark, as has been generally...sweetly does this harmonize with the soft dawning of days ! He goes on till the twinkling sunbeams begin to tell him his notes no longer accord with the...
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